Black Widow: The Things They Say About Her #3

Writer: Richard K. Morgan Artist: Sean Phillips, Bill Seinkiewicz Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Nov 26, 2005

    Fortunately, the bonds of friendship and continuity offer our gal a respite. Fury's willing sacrifice perfectly fits with his history as a Howling Commando and Commander of SHIELD. He's been the Widow's friend throughout Marvel continuity, and Morgan has not changed that in these series. If anything he reinforces Fury's and Natasha's relationship and again gives a little nod to the James Bond type of cat-and-mouse games played in the sixties. Although Gynacon evolved from the Cold War, this long ranging conflict with its relatively mutually respectful adversaries was nothing like the greed-propelled savagery of the neocon spy game around which the Black Widow weaves her web. Read Full Review

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