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Black Widow

Black Widow: Pale Little Spider #3

Art by Greg Horn

Art by Greg Horn

August 2002

Art by Igor Kordey, cover by Greg Horn.

Black Widow: Pale Little Spider #2

Art by Greg Horn

Art by Greg Horn

July 2002

Art by Igor Kordey. Cover by Greg Horn.

Black Widow: Pale Little Spider #1

Art by Greg Horn

Art by Greg Horn

June 2002

Art by Igor Kordey, cover by Greg Horn.

A three-issue MAX mini-series (meaning it contained “mature readers content”) that focused on the second Black Widow, Yelena, and her murdered instructor’s predilection for paying women in the Moscow bondage scene to dress up as her and beat him. Better than it sounds, actually.

Black Widow: Breakdown #3

Art by Scott Hampton

Art by Scott Hampton

March 2001

Written by Devin Grayson & Greg Rucka, art and cover by Scott Hampton.

In “Breakdown, Part 3″ both Black Widows resume their own identities and go on with their lives.

Black Widow: Breakdown #2

Art by Scott Hampton

Art by Scott Hampton

February 2001

Written by Devin Grayson & Greg Rucka, art and cover by Scott Hampton.

Black Widow: Breakdown #1

Art by Scott Hampton

Art by Scott Hampton

January 2001

Written by Devin Grayson & Greg Rucka, art and cover by Scott Hampton.

In “Breakdown, Part 1″ Black Widow II (Yelena Belova) is made to look like Black Widow I (Natasha Romanova) and vice versa without the formers will or knowledge.

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Black Widow

Art by JG Jones

Art by JG Jones

September 2001

Written by Devin Grayson and Greg Rucka. Art by J.G. Jones and Scott Hampton.

Natasha Romanov has always led an exciting life—first as a Soviet spy, fighting on the Cold War front-line, followed by her defection to the West. She has earned a reputation over the years as a consummate professional, coldly efficient and as deadly as her namesake. Now, her time as Black Widow may be at an end.

Yelena Belova, the new Black Widow, seeks to claim the mantle she feels was stolen from her Motherland. Trained in the arts of espionage and combat, and anxious to prove herself and eliminate her counterpart, Belova will stop at nothing to achieve her goal. The two women’s battle rages from the deserts of the Middle East to New York’s Upper West Side. When the smoke clears, will either Widow be left standing?

Reprints Black Widow Vols. 1 & 2, issues #1-3.

Marvel trade paperback ISBN 0785107843