Black Widow: The Name of the Rose
Publish date: January 5th 2011
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
I'm embarrassed to say that I was, for all intents and purposes, absent the day they covered superheroes in my youth (also, I never learned cursive). I was one of those kids who wasn't allowed to have toy guns, and had to use a giant dolphin whose dorsal fin you could pull back to make it spit water...
Okay, I loved this. Probably the best Black Widow arc I've read. All my favorite Marvel characters tend to be the ones who have no/limited super powers. Of these, Natasha Romanoff's stories all seem rooted in themes of memory, loyalty, and perhaps most interestingly, agency. Every bit of control sh...
Black Widow is an ass-kicking heroine who plays a better game of chess than Bobby Fisher (figuratively).