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Marvel unveils ‘Black Widow’ #3 and #4 variant covers

Check out the cover art by Annie Wu and Marco Checcheto for the upcoming Black Widow series.

Marvel Comics has revealed two new variant covers for Black Widow #3 and #4 and they reveal a bit more about the mystery surrounding the series. One features a family portrait that teases the devastating cost that will come when Black Widow discovers the truth by Annie Wu. The other variant cover by Marco Checcheto reveals a shattered past colliding with the idyllic and false new life.

Check those out below.

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You can pickup the Black Widow #3 variant cover when it’s out in comic book shops on November 4th. Read our review of Black Widow #2 here.

For more, read the official Marvel press release below.

New York, NY— October 8, 2020 — Natasha Romanoff’s deadliest enemies have banded together in writer Kelly Thompson and artist Elena Casagrande’s thrilling new run on BLACK WIDOW. The Avenger is unknowingly trapped in a seemingly perfect life in San Francisco complete with a fancy job and a loving fiancé. As the cracks in this devious deception began to show in yesterday’s shocking second issue, fans learned yet another startling secret—Black Widow has a son! Who is little Stevie? Who are the villains behind this twisted plot? And when and how will Natasha break free? The revelations continue nonstop in BLACK WIDOW #3 on November 4th but in the meantime, get a sneak peek at what’s to come in two stunning upcoming variant covers!

A foreboding family portrait teases the devastating cost that will come when Black Widow discovers the truth in Annie Wu’s haunting variant cover for BLACK WIDOW #3, and Natasha Romanoff’s shattered past collides with her idyllic new life in Marco Checcheto’s mesmerizing variant cover for BLACK WIDOW #4.

“Our first arc has some of the stuff you would expect in a Black Widow book, but I think twisted in a new way that’s interesting,” Thompson told Marvel.com. “And where she ends up at the end of this highly personal and life changing story is ALSO interesting!”

This new era is graced by the beautiful art of Elena Casagrande. Known for her acclaimed work on Catwoman and Supergirl, Casagrande brings Natasha Romanoff’s latest misadventure to life in a bold cinematic style.

“I love to put on the pages all my visual knowledge from movies and TV shows, to find a kind of fine solution or charming fusion between the potential of the comic language and the modern motion-picture visual,” Casagrande said in a recent interview with Inverse. “Panel layouts are inspired by movie frames but always keeping in mind tricks and codes of the comics that bring me the opportunity to give great vibes with fewer efforts.”

Don’t miss even more surprising developments for Marvel’s premiere superspy when BLACK WIDOW #3 hits stands on November 4th! For more information, visit Marvel.com.

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