The Altercation of the Past

Black Widow will probably confront her past and the Taskmaster.

With the solo series on Black Widow, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is now coming back with their All-new phase 4 of comics. The Black Widow will be the first one that is dedicated to the MCU original avenger. The Black widow was born in Russia and lost her mother at an early age of her childhood. From some sources of this comic, it could be seen that the Black Widow would be going back to her family in Russia. There in Russia, she’d meet up with Alexei Shostakov, who is serving as the Red Guardian (David Harbour), Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), and Melina Vostokoff (Rachel Weisz). She was turned into a deadly slayer for the USSR, with a ballerina cover as she upskilled herself from childhood in a place known as “the Red Room.”

The Trade & Deal of Matriarch

The trailer makes a surprising reference to Black widow’s mother.

The trailer of the Black Widow has set all the Marvelian fans to unbounded suspense. The mystery of Natasha Romanoff, who left her mother in her childhood, but in other sequences was also mentioned dead. The confusion comes from the last tape of the trailer where there are all the Black Widow’s aforementioned leading players discussing the plans. As the Black Widow outlines her plan, Melina tells her to stop being lazy. When Black Widow protests, Red Guardian interrupts and says, “Listen to your mother!” It is undoubtedly a hint for the fans questioning that, is the trailer revealing Melina as Black Widow’s mother? 

What to expect from Black Widow

Black Widow will be in cinemas on 24th April 2020.

Black Widow had a lot of things to balance out from her mysterious past. Belova was the second Black Widow in the comics of the story of “The Black Widow.” So she is being played with the Midsommar’s leading lady. She’s also a student from the training facility where the Black Widow is raised, the Red Room. From seeking a new entry of Black Widow’s mother, it can’t tell how things will go upside down.

 

Sources: Cinemablend, Nerdist

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