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Elektra: Black, White & Blood #3 (of 4)

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Elektra Natchios is the baddest assassin in the Marvel Universe, but some of Mighty Marveldom’s best creators are going to challenge her like never before. Including a CAN’T-MISS tale from none other than industry legend Paul Azaceta, and co-starring a certain Man Without Fear!

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33 pages
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5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 85

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Elektra: White, Black & Blood #3 is yet another solid entry in the anthology series with great writing across all shorts (some better than others) and great art (again, some better than others). If you're a fan of Elektra, you should be well pleased with something in this issue.
  • 84

    Un Cómic Más

  • 75

    Comics Bookcase

    Style over substance isn’t necessarily a bad thing here, in an issue that offers up plenty of excellent content for fans of Elektra herself.
  • 60

    Overall, this isn't the strongest issue of the series thus far, but fans of the character will still find something to love.
  • 60


    In a bit of a flashback to her past, “Split” catches up to pre-assassin Elektra breaking out of the asylum she'd been locked away in with the help of Typhoid Mary. And in “With a Passion” Elektra's love/hate relationship with Daredevil is examined as are Matt Murdock's failed attempts to save the woman he loves.

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