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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Black Widow #2: Trapped in a Web!

04.13.2016 – The new creative team for in the next chapter in Black Widow’s adventures may not be as grand as the other series launch by Marvel, but more like inviting new readers who are unfamiliar with the character in the comicbooks.

Mark Waid and Chris Samnee are very much familiar in putting up great narrative for characters not entirely known in the mainstream. They’ve definitely made Daredevil an impressive series and now they are dipping their hands in telling stories about Natasha Romanov that have elements inspired from spy novels and more cerebral how deep the character is going forward after the first issue sold out.

The Black Widow is one of the classic characters in the comicbooks not originally a founder of the Avengers. For the non-comicbook reading Marvelites this series focuses further where Mark Waid is taking the ex-SHIELD agent.

While Chris Samnee brings a fresh look at the Black Widow this is more of a ‘fun’ takes in the art department how explosive his works into the scenes. It’s the opposite when they did with Daredevil since he doesn’t carry guns and have to deal with explosions.

Black Widow is more of an espionage comicbook series full of twists and turns how she ends up being on the run from the same government agency she was part of that makes more an interesting read page after page. But even thought the Widow is on the wanted list she’s still makes the effort to protect the ones who wanted her arrested namely S.H.I.E.L.D.’s top brass who gathered to bury one of their own which made them an attractive target.

Lucky for Maria Hill, the agency’s persona non grata, she is still watching over them. But that could mean Natasha will have a hard time watching her own back as she deals with a mysterious new enemy that have every info about her, which could be exposed unless she has to follow through what they need from her.

It’s certain that the last two comicbook series that Mark Waid and Chris Samnee have worked on are more no super powered save that fro Daredevill having special abilities still looks humanly interesting how their stories have been told.

This new series for Black Widow is not as dark as the previous series she’s featured in. But gives you an idea that she’s more than just a double agent, and its shows the humanity of Natasha that makes an interesting series to follow. The last page though is not as surprise but you’ll understand why she has to do in order to be the hunted.

NEXT: Black Widow #3!

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