Black Widow Volume 1: The Finely Woven Thread
You've seen Black Widow as an Avenger and even an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. But on her own time she searches for atonement for her past as a KGB assassin - in ways of which those teams just wouldn't approve. The Black Widow goes undercover in Russia, but from its cold streets, the Hand of God... show more
You've seen Black Widow as an Avenger and even an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. But on her own time she searches for atonement for her past as a KGB assassin - in ways of which those teams just wouldn't approve. The Black Widow goes undercover in Russia, but from its cold streets, the Hand of God reaches out to crush her...and it is as merciless as its name implies. Outmatched by the brute force of a powerful new villain, Natasha faces her deadliest test, and discovers a deadly plot unfolding that spans the entire globe. From the Marvel Universe's darkest corners, Nathan Edmonson (Who is Jake Ellis?) and Phil Noto (Thunderbolts, X-23) bring you a new series as gorgeous and mysterious as Natasha Romanov herself! COLLECTING: Black Widow 1-6, All-New Marvel Now! Point One
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
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*Book source ~ Library From Goodreads: She may be an Avenger and an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., but the Widow has her own mission: to atone for her past as a KGB assassin. Her methods are dirty. Her heart is cold. But her work is flawless. On an undercover assignment in Russia, she finds that the Hand...
The way that Nat navigates being a loner on a team is really interesting. She's part of the Avengers/working for S.H.I.E.L.D as part of her own personal atonement for all the assassinating she's done back before she became hero. She has a lawyer who sets up all her side contracts because apparen...
Black Widow is definitely going up my list of kickbutt heroines to die for. Her backstory is tragic and conflicted, and it informs the choices she makes. Black Widow is trying to make up for the red in her ledger when she worked as a KGB agent. She takes missions so she can send money to the familie...
The reason behind my raiting for this is pretty simple.This is my first graphic novel ever, so I don't have any comparison. All I know is that I enjoyed it A LOT and that it makes me wanna read more graphic novels. I really liked the story, I REALLY love Natasha/Black Widow. And most of all, I reall...
It's funny, I think I would have rated this book higher in the past, but after reading so many fantastic titles this year it's getting more difficult to totally blow my socks off. That's fantastic news for modern comics - we've come a long way in recent years. But enough about that: let's get to Bla...