What more can be said than the title of this review. Phil f..king Noto. Holy gawd does that man slay it. I was looking at every page, engaged in every scene, taken back by the contrasting colors chosen, just in awe at what I was seeing. With all that being said, everyone knows a book is a team effort, so more mad props go to Nathan Henry Edmondson who wrote the piece, and to whomever colored it. But lets just say, the book could have had no words with just Phil Noto art and I would still read the shite out of it.
I’m getting ahead of myself here, let’s recap the book, maybe a spy espionage book isn’t your thing. Or maybe tales of revenge don’t tickle your fancy. Interested in Black Widow’s origin or back story? Too bad on that one. And maybe you just loath brilliant looking books, then maybe Black Widow just isn’t for you, but if you are into all of those things and then some, I’d say Black Widow is right up your dimly lit alley.
The Black Widow book is a mix between Natasha’s already mysterious life outside of the Avengers, with a dash of Punisher‘s go big or go home attitude. Why snipe when you have a rocket launcher? Right? Man, the book is just…fun. I can’t really explain it any other way. When you can take a hero who most people tend to [displace] as “super” and make them a believable badass character who’s rightfully deserving of their position on a “super hero team”, then you’ve done a fantastic job. Edmondson and Noto have done exactly that, taking the spy we all love, and made her even more lovable. Don’t tell her I said that…wait, she’s probably already read this. Hell, she probably knew I was writing this piece before I even did… Just kidding, I know she’s a fictional character and could never stop me writinaoiwsed hdgdjz/m