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Analyzing the Avengers: Black Widow
on Friday, November 9, 2012
She's as broken and scarred as the rest of the Avengers, but it'll never prevent her from doing the right thing. Black Widow: She's Ursa's favorite Avenger. And now, she gets character development, and a plot arc to boot!
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