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Marvel Preview: Black Widow #9

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Marvel Preview: Black Widow #9

Natasha will risk everything to protect her city and the new life she’s built there.

The Black Widow and her team learn the source of the Olio’s powers — and the bleak fate of those in thrall to Apogee, including Natasha’s protégée, Lucy, whose time is running out. Natasha and Apogee go head-to-head for the future of San Francisco, but Natasha will risk everything to protect her city and the new life she’s built there.

Written by: Kelly Thompson
Art by: Elena Casagrande
Inks by: Elisabeta D’Amico & Rafael De Latorre
Colors by: Jordie Bellaire
Letters by: Cory Petit
Cover by: Adam Hughes
Page Count: 21 Pages
Release Date: July 28, 2021
Age Rating: 12+ Only

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Marvel Preview: Black Widow #9

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Marvel Preview: Black Widow #9

Marvel Preview: Black Widow #9

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