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Black Widow is a minifigure in the Marvel Super Heroes theme.
She has the same hair part as Elsa Schneider in dark orange (Part:85974) and a double-sided face with happy and angry expressions. She has a black torso, arms, hands, and legs. Her torso printing has a belt with pockets and a siver buckle, feminine curves, grey lines to add shape to the suit which is zipped up to almost to her neck with a bit of chest showing. She also has a second belt at the lower left of her torso and it continues onto the legs, along with straps. She has back printing depicting the suit against her back and the continuation of the blue stripe and the belt.
The Black Widow appears again in 2015, as a part of the Avengers: Age of Ultron line. She has a largely similar design. Widow has a new mould for her dark orange hair that is neck length and curls up at the end. Her face printing is also similar with a few changes being: darker eyebrows, the cheekbones are gone and the lips are also darker, with facial creases for her smirk. The torso also continues the similar design theme, with minimal changes. She now has the blue stripes, that also have rectangular boxes every few inches, along the edge of the outfit. The inner suit seams go down to the knees, the only printing to be on the hips, where in angles inwards, the belt now features the red in the belt buckle and red latched pockets, one at each end on the belt. The legs feature said seam printing, the blue lines on the edge from the torso, a strap on the right leg, and blue outlined trapezoid shaped knee pads.
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
Her appearance is identical to her physical version, however she has her Widow's Bite gauntlets on her arms. In portable versions, she appears in a comic version. She has the abilities to shoot guns, turn invisible, and acrobatics.
Natasha Romanoff was Drakov's daughter and was involved in a hospital fire. When she was a young girl she became a Russian spy in the KGB. Later in her career she caught the attention of S.H.I.E.L.D. They sent Hawkeye to kill her, but Barton refused and Natasha had since owed Hawkeye her life. He persuaded her to start a new life and become an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
She became Tony Stark's new aid at Stark Industries under the alias "Natalie Rushman", but was later revealed to Stark by Nick Fury that she was actually working for him, looking after Iron Man for recruitment purposes. She later stormed Hammer's facility looking for Ivan Vanko and freed War Machine from Vanko's control.
Natasha was captured by Russians who managed to figure out she was a spy. In secret, she was getting the information she needed from them. Agent Coulson called her, informing her that she was needed and Hawkeye had been compromised. She broke free, turned the tables on her captors and was tasked with recruiting Bruce Banner to track the Tesseract, which she was successful. She later helped Captain America and Iron Man apprehend Loki. She used her interrogating skills to get Loki to reveal his escape plan, which was to unleash The Hulk. During the attack on the Helicarrier, she attempted to talk with Banner, but failed and tried to outrun the angry Hulk, until she was slammed against a wall, but was saved by Thor. She then confronted Hawkeye, and knocked him out, returning him from Loki's spell.
She later joined the newly formed Avengers team, which also consisted of Captain America, Iron Man, The Hulk, Thor, and Hawkeye, in an attempt and repel Loki and his Chitauri army that were trying to take over the Earth. She took out many of the Chitauri, and rode one of the Chitauri's flying vehicles to the top of Stark Tower, and used the built in shut off switch using Loki's staff. She saw Thor return Loki and the Tesseract to Asgard, and afterwards returned with Hawkeye to the sevices of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Two years later, after Fury is seemingly killed by the Winter Soldier , she goes on the run with Captain America, who is deemed the enemy. Discovering that Hydra had operated inside S.H.E.I.L.D. since it was founded post WWII. They planned to use Operation Insight's triple remote contolled Helicarriers to eliminate multiple threats that are potential threats to Hydra. While Rogers and Sam Wilson, a war vet ally, storm the Helicarriers, Fury (who had faked his death) and Widow stop Pierce, a high ranking S.H.I.E.L.D. officer who is allied with Hydra. Widow leaked S.H.I.E.L.D.'s classified database, including her own past, to the public. She then appeared before a Senate subcommittee about her past, before handing information about the Winter Soldier to Rogers and Sam.
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
Fury sends her and Hawkeye to Oscorp to retrieve the Cosmic Brick from Green Goblin and are aided by Spider-Man. They are sent by Goblin to the abandoned labs, where they deal with Venom, while Goblin escaped.
When The Mandarin and Loki stole one of Stark's arc reactors, Fury traced it to underneath the Empire State Building, and Widow and Hawkeye discover a Hydra base and with the help of Captain America and Human Torch defeat Red Skull and Zola, while Loki escaped to Asgard.
Widow was on a date with Hawkeye at the circus while Iceman tagged along, before it was interrupted by Nightmare. They defeated him with the help of Ghost Rider.
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Natasha Romanoff has trained all of her life to be the world’s greatest spy. She’s traveled the globe under many different names, discovering secrets and reporting them back to S.H.I.E.L.D. A skilled infiltrator, she can take on an entire new identity without ever losing track of her ultimate mission!
- Black Widow's design resembles her appearance in concept art for The Avengers.
Gallery of variants
- 6869 Quinjet Aerial Battle
- 76032 The Avengers Quinjet City Chase
- 76042 The SHIELD Helicarrier
- 76050 Crossbones' Dangerous Robbery
- 76101 The Outrider Dropship Attack (Avengers: Infinity War)
Video Game Appearances
Black Widow in The Avengers Poster
A digital rendering of the 2015 Black Widow variant