Elektra: Always Bet On Red

Matt Owens Elizabeth Torque Alec Morgan Juan Cabal

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Elektra: Always Bet On Red

Elektra Always Bet On Red Running from her tumultuous past Elektra attempts to lose herself in a vibrant sea of neon noise and anonymity the gambler s paradise Las Vegas But how long can a former ninja assassin really hope t

  • Title: Elektra: Always Bet On Red
  • Author: Matt Owens Elizabeth Torque Alec Morgan Juan Cabal
  • ISBN: 9781302905644
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
  • Running from her tumultuous past, Elektra attempts to lose herself in a vibrant sea of neon, noise and anonymity the gambler s paradise Las Vegas But how long can a former ninja assassin really hope to escape the vortex of violence that encompasses her life, especially when there s a new would be kingpin in Sin City who has her in his crosshairs Enter Arcade A stringRunning from her tumultuous past, Elektra attempts to lose herself in a vibrant sea of neon, noise and anonymity the gambler s paradise Las Vegas But how long can a former ninja assassin really hope to escape the vortex of violence that encompasses her life, especially when there s a new would be kingpin in Sin City who has her in his crosshairs Enter Arcade A string of clues including high tech weaponry, kidnappings and assassins will lead Elektra to a game of chance deadly than she ever expected But she hasn t forgotten her past, or any of the skills she s learned and Arcade will find out she s than ready for a Casino Battle Royale If you know Elektra, you know to always bet on red COLLECTING ELEKTRA 1 5

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    One thought on “Elektra: Always Bet On Red

    1. Paul on said:

      This was OK; reasonably entertaining with nice artwork. The reason I haven't rated it higher is because it felt more like a Catwoman or Batgirl story than an Elektra story. The fact that Arcade (this book's baddie) kept making references to Batman villains didn't do anything to negate that feeling, either.If I were a cynical person, I'd suspect this script of having been rejected by DC and resubmitted to Marvel after a 'Find and Replace' edit had been done on the character names. Good job I'm no [...]

    2. Sailor Dowden on said:

      Die hard Elektra fans will definitely enjoy this fun & fast-paced read.Pros:-beautiful, vibrant artwork-Vegas setting-her new costume freaking rocks-interesting side characters-flashbacks involving MattCons:-another Murderworld storyline of Arcade's-might not entertain fans of classic ElektraHopefully this run will last for a while.

    3. Erica on said:

      I've said it once and I will continue saying it I love assassins. My obsession with them started with Elektra. My comic store knows how obsessed I am that when I walked in today they walked up with the book and said they made the new Elektra into a tradeback. It was amazing 😉. About the tradeback itself it was Elektra being her badass self. The artwork was spectacular and I loved her new suit. If you adore Elektra like I do you should definitely pick up this new installment.

    4. Garrett on said:

      Let me start with: Elektra's new suit fucking rocks! WAY overdue giving this badass ninja assassin some pants. This story will seem formulaic to readers of 80s X-Men books, and it doesn't feel much like a classic Elektra story, either, so old-school Elektra fans may feel left out. But it is a solid to return-to-feel, and much needed in the revitalization of this character. Good side characters, and fun, action-oriented artwork - my only complaint is the one issue where there's an artist switch-u [...]

    5. Adam Fisher on said:

      Elektra is not a character I normally follow. The art looked exceptional on this, so I picked it up. Running from her past (what ever the last Volume of comic she was in would give the answer to this), Elektra has ended up in Las Vegas. Putting herself on the line for a bartender who is getting beat on by her boss, Elektra has a brief but violent fight that draws the attention of Arcade. Arcade eventually captures her and sends her into his stereotypical go-to, Murderworld. She spends the rest o [...]

    6. Juan on said:

      I mean, I just do not see a valid reason why someone thought this story was going to be a good idea.Related but not really. I really dont like Arcade. Why does he appear to be like Liberace? I digress. In any event, this Elektra story does not really provide much to the overall story and I feel there was a big missed opportunity to follow up on what we believe was an attack made by The Purple Man several arcs ago from the Daredevil series.

    7. Eric on said:

      Always bet on redSimulated game worlds, giant robots, etc. It doesn't seem to fit in the street level, Daredevil world, and I didn't find much of it very interesting. The first issue was great, but. There are a few flashback scenes w/DD, and those are cool. The final panels connect this series to Kingpin, DD, and Bullseye. Those few scenes were much more interesting than 90% of the book.

    8. Daniel Butcher on said:

      Honestly this has the potential of being a different kind of Elektra story but it was shot a little short of great for me.

    9. Cassidy on said:

      I always forget how much I like [insert character here] until I read an arc with them. Elektra is great and I should read more of her

    10. Beelzefuzz on said:

      Elektra-ish person fights the worst X-Men badguy. The writer clearly wanted to do a Psylocke book. Avoidable and forgettable.

    11. Mr Osowski on said:

      Owens does a really nice job with Elektra and Cabal has a nice, simple style that is very compelling. This run will hopefully go longer than the last run of Elektra--one of my favorite characters.

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