Realm Review: Black Widow: Bad Blood Episode 10

A Surprising Twist In Black Widow: Bad Blood Episode 10

A favorite heroine is still on the hunt in Black Widow: Bad Blood Episode 10. Somebody has made the mistake of crossing her, and they’re going to pay for what they’ve done. All she has to do is track them down.

The last we saw of this dangerous heroine, she and her ally were prepping to take on a new mission. One that would hopefully get them closer than ever to their target. All of which shows how much work goes into the planning stages of any attack – even ones involving vengeance.

Black Widow: Bad Blood is an ongoing series from Serial Box (now Realm). Each Tuesday, a new episode drops, allowing fans to indulge in another adventure from the one and only Natasha Romanoff. It’s currently one of three Marvel series on the platform, with hopefully more to come.

White Nights

Natasha always makes everything look so easy and flawless. Be it taking on a group of armed and angry men or simply breaking into a high-security location. Perhaps that is why the extra insight provided in this episode was so refreshing.

That isn’t to say that she struggled with her job, more than readers (or listeners) was granted a rare look into her thought process. Margaret Dunlap has done a brilliant job of showcasing everything Natasha has to offer, including the way she thinks.

Black Widow: Bad Blood Episode 10 is an episode full of surprises. From the very beginning, it’s entertaining and amusing, though it rapidly progresses to concerning as any good story involving the Widow is wont to do.

There are several layers to be found in this episode, making it all the more intriguing. No longer is this simply a tale of revenge. It’s become something more along the way, and I, for one, cannot wait to see how it progresses from here.

Narration

Sarah Natochenny is still at the helm of this project, lending her voice to the Black Widow and bringing her to life. Black Widow: Bad Blood Episode 10 is a series of moments, forcing Natasha to emote more than ever.

It’s unsurprising, given that she is now fully into her latest mission. That means new personas are picked up and dropped. It’s hard to evoke that feeling, yet the narrative did an excellent job portraying all of that and more.

Other details really shone through in this episode, from what is afflicting Natasha to the rising tensions surrounding it. It’s enough to leave readers anxious for the next episode.

Conclusion

Black Widow: Bad Blood Episode 10 is everything that fans (myself included) could have wanted from this moment. It’s richly detailed, intense, and full of surprising twists. This tale has done justice to a beloved character, proving that her story fits nicely in a new storytelling format.

Honestly, it’s hard to believe that there are only four episodes left of this season. It’ll be sad to see it come to a conclusion. Natasha’s story has quickly become one of my favorites, and I sincerely hope that we’ll be seeing more adventures like this in the future.

As mentioned above, Serial Box currently has three Marvel series available. Black Widow and Jessica Jones both have actively updating series, while Thor’s season has come to a conclusion. Next up on the docket: Black Panther.

This review was originally written for Word of the Nerd, but has been ported over to Quirky Cat’s Fat Stacks now that the site has shut down.

About Liz (AKA Cat)

I am an avid animal lover, photographer, reader, and much more. While my photography blog is feeling a bit neglected at the moment, the other sites I'm involved in are going strong. ✧I review books, comics, and basically anything else in the literary world over at Quirky Cat's Fat Stacks (of Books). ✧I review comics and books, as well as write content for Word of the Nerd. ✧I review comics for Monkeys Fighting Robots. ✧I write content for Screen Rant and CBR. ✧I write book reviews for The Review Crew.
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