The rest of the issue is slightly less interesting: the Skrull subplot doesn't seem to be going anywhere (although there is a hint that Wells might pin down the moment of Elektra's replacement by a Skrull with a little more accuracy than Bendis did), and the final page guest-appearance feels a little gratuitous and unnecessary. However, aside from these small weaknesses, this is a very enjoyable issue of a story that has succeeded in telling an Elektra story that feels true to Frank Miller's original conception of the character, whilst also incorporating the messy history of recent months in a relatively streamlined and unobtrusive manner. Read Full Review
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