Black Bolt #9

Black Bolt #9

Writer: Saladin Ahmed Artist: Christian Ward Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: January 3, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 10
8.6Critic Rating
9.4User Rating

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THE MIDNIGHT KING RETURNS TO EARTH PART 2
•  In an alien prison far from Earth, Black Bolt lost a friend and ally. Such is the life of heroes. But for those left behind, a noble death is little comfort. Far better to seek retribution - and Black Bolt is first in line!
•  But he has more than angry loved ones to worry about. A corrupted version of Steve Rogers imprisoned and tormented his people. Is it time for the Midnight King's revenge?
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  • 9.5
    Bleeding Cool - Joshua Davison Jan 5, 2018

    Black Bolt #9 is a phenomenal read with great art. It bears a lot of emotional weight, and I cannot recommend it enough. Give it a read. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    We Have A Hulk - Nicola Austin Jan 6, 2018

    This truly is one of Marvel's best ongoing series, there's so much heart and soul to it as well as a fantastic visual style. I'm intrigued to see where they're taking the character next following his return to Earth. I highly recommend picking this title up if you haven't yet! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    All-Comic - Milo Milton Jefferies Jan 5, 2018

    One of the greatest strengths of this current series of Black Boltis that writer Saladin Ahmed can make a character who never says anything at all convey more emotion and feel more human than characters who speak twice as much. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Brandon J. Griffin Jan 6, 2018

    Even when taking the action to Earth, Ahmed and Ward continue to blow our minds with their vision and execution. Black Bolt is an abstract and unique spectacle that carries a lot of heart at it's core. Read Full Review

  • 7.3
    IGN - Blair Marnell Jan 4, 2018

    Visually, this issue is not done in a style that I enjoy and it may be better off in the hands of another artist. The distorted faces and bodies are distracting, even though a few panels manage to capture the emotions of the widow. Read Full Review

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