Black Widow Vol. 1 #6

Writer: Richard K. Morgan Artist: Goran Parlov Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 3
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  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Feb 25, 2005

    If you haven't picked up the mini-series, don't hesitate to pick of the trade. Black Widow is the best Marvel storyarc of the year and possibly the decade. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 4, 2005

    There are moments in this issue where Bill Sienkiewicz's artistic influence does make itself quite apparent, as there's a lovely bit of imagery where Natasha discovers her defection was the result of outside influence, and the sequence where she is getting her head handed to her thanks to this same programming is also a fine display of the visual excitement that he brings to the book. However, there are also moments where the art takes on a decidedly conventional appearance, and I found myself wishing that Bill Sienkiewicz had imposed more on the work, if only to give it a little more impact. Still, there are some fine little moments in this issue, as there is a great little foreshadowing moment where Nick Fury reacts to the aftershave comment, and I loved the sense of frustration that the art is able to convey when Natasha is on the phone with Nick Fury. There's also a lovely little Nick Fury moment he reacts to the news report of Natasha's handiwork. Greg Land's cover is also lovel Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Feb 26, 2005

    His only advantage, however, is a trick, and once Nat is onto the trick, well the remaining loose ends will have to wait for the sequel. If its as well-illustrated and cleverly plotted as this story was, Ill be back. Read Full Review

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