Ralph Macchio Feels the Black Widow's Sting in April

No, Marvel isn't finally publishing that Karate Kid crossover we've all been waiting for. And no, that's not a euphemism for pegging. Retired Marvel Editor Ralph Macchio is returning for another tale set in Marvel's classic days in Black Widow: Widow's Sting, with art by Simone Buonfantino. The comic pits Natasha and S.H.I.E.L.D. against Silvermane in this new comic hitting stores in April.

Check out the solicit below, revealed today by Marvel's Pull List podcast.

BLACK WIDOW: WIDOW'S STING #1 WRITTEN BY RALPH MACCHIO WITH ART BY SIMONE BUONFANTINO AND COVER BY EMA LUPPACHINO
Something's stirring in the criminal underworld. Maggia boss SILVERMANE is making his move. S.H.I.E.L.D. has sent an agent in to investigate, but they've disappeared. It's time to call in the heavy hitters. It's time to call in the BLACK WIDOW. And the plan NATASHA ROMANOFF will uncover is far deadlier than any of them realized.

Don't miss this all–new tale from the dangerous, deep–cover days of the Black Widow!

Ralph Macchio Black Widow: Widow's Sting

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