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

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Based on 4 critic ratings.

Elektra Natchios is the baddest assassin in the Marvel Universe, but some of Mighty Marveldom’s best creators are going to challenge her. From three of comics’ most prolific creators comes one of the most brutal and beautiful issues in Elektra’s history! Kevin Eastman’s fondness for the Marvel U is the stuff of legend! Here he gets to turn Hell’s Kitchen into his playground, and the results are as radical as you’d expect! Cowabunga! Let’s get pizza! Plus, Peach Momoko spins an all-new tale set in the world of DEMON DAYS, introducing an ALL-NEW vision of Elektra! As elegant and deadly as ever, but seen through Peach’s prolific eye, this first appearance is one you won’t want to miss! And Matthew Rosenberg brings the grit he’s brought to his Punisher and Kingpin stories to the deadly assassin Elektra!

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311 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 84

    Un Cómic Más

  • 80

    While it isn’t the strongest issue in the anthology, it’s still satisfying and offers up a wealth of beautiful artwork to get lost in, sending the series out in style.

  • 80


    The other two tales are notable both for their art and for the metaphysical elements they involve. Elektra faces off against demons in Japan in the mostly silent story “Assassin.” And in “Rendezvous” we see two sides of Elektra, a white and dark, battling each other through the familiar looking streets of Kevin Eastman’s New York City.

  • 75

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Bits and PiecesElektra: Black, White & Blood #4 swings for the artistic fences with myths, legends, and poetry in a stronger than average anthology. In fairness, some stories are stronger than others, but there’s something here for every Elektra fan.

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