Marvel Comics artists Phil Noto and Peach Momoko are creating two printable Blu-ray covers of Black Widow to celebrate the movie’s home release.
Marvel Comics artists Phil Noto and Peach Momoko have created Black Widow Blu-ray covers to celebrate the movie’s home release. Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff has been part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since Phase 1. After years of calls for a solo movie, Black Widow launched the Phase 4 films, debuting in theaters and on Disney + Premier Access on July 9. In its first weekend, the film made $ 60 million from the streaming service and grossed $ 80 million at the domestic box office. Black Widow then quickly became available on Digital VOD on August 10 and released in 4K, Blu-ray and DVD on September 14.
Having sacrificed herself in Avengers: Endgame (2019), Black Widow takes place between the events of Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War. After violating the Sokovia Accords, a fugitive Natasha receives a package from her surrogate sister and fellow Red Room intern, Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), which leads her to reconcile her past and erase some red from her big one. book by shooting down General Dreykov and the Red Chamber. The film also introduces several new characters in Melina Vostokoff (Rachel Weisz), the Russian version of Captain America in Red Guardian (David Harbor) and the enigmatic villain, Taskmaster.
The official Twitter account of Marvel studios recently shared two news Black Widow covers for the Blu-ray release of the film that fans can use on their own copies. The printable covers were designed by Marvel Comics artists Phil Noto and Peach Momoko. Check them out below:
See what Marvel Comics artists Phil Noto and Peach Momoko have come up with to celebrate the arrival of Marvel Studios’ Black Widow on Blu-ray. Print at home and add it to your #Black Widow Blu Ray. pic.twitter.com/zKGty8V4l0
– Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) September 22, 2021
While the resounding success of Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings, as well as Johansson’s lawsuit against Disney, has largely eclipsed Black Widow, there are still many reasons to add the film to his personal collection. Considering the time it took to Black Widow to become a reality, and what that means for Natasha Romanoff’s character, owning a copy of the Blu-ray is a must for die-hard MCU fans. His bonuses include bloopers, featurettes, and nine deleted scenes, which further feature Secretary Ross (William Hurt), Mason (OT Fagbenle), and an alternate final scene.
Momoko’s cover subtly highlights Natasha and Yelena’s relationship, the latter returning in the upcoming Disney + Hawk Eye series and is about to inherit the Black Widow mantle. Natasha and Clint Barton / Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) were the only founding Avengers without their own solo outing. In many ways, the Hawk Eye the series looks like an extension of the same sentiment, making up for lost time. If it wasn’t certain before, recent news has cemented the finality of Johansson’s decision Black Widow. So print illustrations and make them even more memorable.
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Source: Marvel studios
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