Thursday, January 16, 2014

Talking Comics Gives 'Black Widow' 1 Million Thumbs Up

Posted By on Thu, Jan 16, 2014 at 10:01 AM

  • Photo courtesy of Cynthia Gerriets

Talking Comics hosts Bobby Acosta and Cynthia Gerriets couldn't have said enough nice things about the first issue of Marvel Now! Black Widow. Their enthusiasm is warranted because the comic was written by Nathan Edmondson and art by the extremely talented Phil Noto. Aside from the one-shots and miniseries, this is the character's first ongoing monthly series.

Check out what Acosta and Gerriets had to say about the all-new super hero spy thriller (below the break):

This week Bobby and Cynthia review the Avenger's butt-kickin' super spy: Black Widow!
Marvel comics gives us a peak in her very mysterious past. Do you think they'll finally give us the deets?!

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