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emerick man




P.A.T.Y.:

When did Natasha 'murder' CEO McMasters? And what inhumane experiments was he doing?

Is it now canon that she was married, or not, to Red Guardian I?

Is Fanfare #11 (nice art) still part of her history?

Wikipedia mentions Don Rico as one of her creators? Was it just the origin story he co-wrote?

In the first Sentry mini series and one shots (I don't have) did Natasha interact at all with Robert?

When did she first encounter The Hand? Xmen 268?

In the latest documented official source of Marvel paraphenalia what is the toughest material her widow's sting can blast thru?

Did anyone question her changing her hair from long black to short red during Miller's DD run (didnt have the internet back then)?

Does anyone think she knows where Nick Fury is hiding?

(SPOILER request to mark?) Since I can't afford Ultimates, what happened to her since killing Jarvis?




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Ohotmu the all-knowing




> (SPOILER request to mark?) Since I can't afford Ultimates, what happened to her since killing Jarvis?

She's leading Tony downstairs in his penthouse, doing a monologue on how the whole "loving Tony" thing was part of her cover. Then she seizes up painfully.

Tony slowly explains that she needed nanites in her blood to properly control her armor, and he controls the nanites. After harvesting the information he needed out of her brain, he cracked her over the head with a full champagne bottle.

For me, that scene ranks up there with Spider Woman stabbing Wolverine in the throat with his own claws as my favorite moments in comics.

Ohotmu


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Piotr W.




> For me, that scene ranks up there with Spider Woman stabbing Wolverine in the throat with his own claws as my favorite moments in comics.

Spider-Woman stabbed Wolverine with his own claws??? When did it happen? *eek*


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emerick man




> > For me, that scene ranks up there with Spider Woman stabbing Wolverine in the throat with his own claws as my favorite moments in comics.
>
> Spider-Woman stabbed Wolverine with his own claws??? When did it happen? *eek*

New Avengers 5



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Piotr W.




Thanks for info, nevertheless \:\-\)


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BlakGard




> P.A.T.Y.:
>
> When did Natasha 'murder' CEO McMasters? And what inhumane
> experiments was he doing?
>
> Is it now canon that she was married, or not, to Red Guardian I?

It is still canon.

> Is Fanfare #11 (nice art) still part of her history?

Don't know, but probably.

> Wikipedia mentions Don Rico as one of her creators? Was it just the
> origin story he co-wrote?

Yes, using the pen name, N. Korok so his novel publisher wouldn't fnd out.

> When did she first encounter The Hand? Xmen 268?

Chronologically, that's her first encounter with the Hand, but we first saw her encounter them in Daredevil, in the 80s. #18...something.

> Does anyone think she knows where Nick Fury is hiding?

If anyone does, then she's on the short list of those that do.
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Century: Your Alien Hero




> > P.A.T.Y.:
> >
> > When did Natasha 'murder' CEO McMasters? And what inhumane
> > experiments was he doing?
> >
> > Is it now canon that she was married, or not, to Red Guardian I?
>
> It is still canon.

Only that he's now the second Red Guardian, since some early-'90s issues showed a WWII-era Guardian to have existed.

As for the Black Widow's hair, it changed from black to red far earlier than Miller's Daredevil, back around the time she first got the costume she currently wears a variation of, making her one of two Avengers to suddenly change hair-color in the late Silver Age.

All Miller did was give her short hair. And despite widespread online belief that Drago's wife in Rocky IV was an influence on her new look, it pre-dated that movie by several years.


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Spiffy




> P.A.T.Y.:
>
> When did Natasha 'murder' CEO McMasters? And what inhumane experiments was he doing?
>
> Is it now canon that she was married, or not, to Red Guardian I?
>
> Is Fanfare #11 (nice art) still part of her history?
>
> Wikipedia mentions Don Rico as one of her creators? Was it just the origin story he co-wrote?
>
> In the first Sentry mini series and one shots (I don't have) did Natasha interact at all with Robert?
>
> When did she first encounter The Hand? Xmen 268?
>
> In the latest documented official source of Marvel paraphenalia what is the toughest material her widow's sting can blast thru?
>
> Did anyone question her changing her hair from long black to short red during Miller's DD run (didnt have the internet back then)?
>
> Does anyone think she knows where Nick Fury is hiding?
>
> (SPOILER request to mark?) Since I can't afford Ultimates, what happened to her since killing Jarvis?
>


Of course, #11 is that we need to know her bra size. :lol


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Pym Particle




> > > P.A.T.Y.:
> > >
> > > When did Natasha 'murder' CEO McMasters? And what inhumane
> > > experiments was he doing?
> > >
> > > Is it now canon that she was married, or not, to Red Guardian I?
> >
> > It is still canon.
>
> Only that he's now the second Red Guardian, since some early-'90s issues showed a WWII-era Guardian to have existed.
>
> As for the Black Widow's hair, it changed from black to red far earlier than Miller's Daredevil, back around the time she first got the costume she currently wears a variation of, making her one of two Avengers to suddenly change hair-color in the late Silver Age.
>
> All Miller did was give her short hair. And despite widespread online belief that Drago's wife in Rocky IV was an influence on her new look, it pre-dated that movie by several years.


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Century: Your Alien Hero




> > As for the Black Widow's hair, it changed from black to red far earlier than Miller's Daredevil, back around the time she first got the costume she currently wears a variation of, making her one of two Avengers to suddenly change hair-color in the late Silver Age.
> >
> > All Miller did was give her short hair. And despite widespread online belief that Drago's wife in Rocky IV was an influence on her new look, it pre-dated that movie by several years.

When Scarlet Witch returned to the team around the time of the first Arkon storyline, her hair had changed from black to auburn. As with Black Widow, the new color was since stated to be the real one.


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Shark




> > > As for the Black Widow's hair, it changed from black to red far earlier than Miller's Daredevil, back around the time she first got the costume she currently wears a variation of, making her one of two Avengers to suddenly change hair-color in the late Silver Age.
> > >
> > > All Miller did was give her short hair. And despite widespread online belief that Drago's wife in Rocky IV was an influence on her new look, it pre-dated that movie by several years.
>
> When Scarlet Witch returned to the team around the time of the first Arkon storyline, her hair had changed from black to auburn. As with Black Widow, the new color was since stated to be the real one.

Actually, Wanda's original hair color was auburn when she appeared in the early X-Men issues (#4-#11) as part of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. She appeared in several X-Men issues with auburn hair. Then, when she joined the Avengers in #16, all of a sudden her hair was black. It continued to be black during her first Avengers stint, until her departure in Avengers #53. It was black when she made sporadic guest appearances in Spider-Man (#71) and the X-Men (#59-60). Then, in 1970, when she returned to the Avengers (#75, the first Arkon story, as Century states), it was colored auburn (though on the cover she sported black hair). The reason given (in a letter column a few issues later, IIRC) was that Roy Thomas had just discovered she originally had auburn hair in the X-Men books and he liked her original auburn color better.


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