Black Widow displays her symbiote on the cover of Thunderbolts

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Black Widow is shown wielding her new symbiote powers on a new variant cover for Thunderbolts that Marvel has unveiled. For the variant cover of Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing’s new miniseries’ first issue, Derrick Chew depicts Natasha Romanoff’s new appearance. The Black Widow just bonded with a brand-new symbiote in an issue of Venom, and she is now prepared to use her new powers, as shown on the cover of Marvel’s Thunderbolts . She wears her well-known black outfit, which features her iconic hourglass emblem with legs that resemble spiders emerging from it. Only her hair, pulled back in a ponytail, can be seen because the rest of her face is still totally hidden by the Spider mask. Beginning on December 6, the variation cover will also be offered as a virgin version.

In the next Thunderbolts miniseries, Natasha is getting ready to battle some of the most crooked criminals in the world. As he recruits her and some of the deadliest assassins, spies, and black operations agents in the Marvel Universe, Bucky Barnes will serve as the team’s leader. Barnes appears in the first of four issues using his new moniker, the Revolution, as he inherits a tonne of secret information and sets off in search of justice. He’ll find a supporter in the enigmatic Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine and start putting together his team, which will include Shang-Chi, Black Widow, White Widow, Red Guardian, U.S. Agent, and Sharon Carter AKA Destroyer, to take on a formidable group of bad guys like Red Skull, Kingpin, and even Doctor Doom. Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley came up with the Thunderbolts, who made their debut in The Incredible Hulk #449 in January 1997. The team originally consisted of a cast of superheroes that stepped in to defend the globe after the Avengers were reported dead in a 1996 plot. Since then, the team has undergone more than ten distinct reboots, several of which feature former supervillains who have become antiheroes. In addition to Baron Zemo, Green Goblin, Luke Cage, Red Hulk, Taskmaster, U.S. Agent, and Hawkeye, Barnes joins an amazing roster of Thunderbolts leaders.

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