Natasha: This is the problem with super-powers. Always a big crutch. Power makes you people sloppy.
Jessica: Natasha, please stop! You’re only going to—
Gerry: Goo!
Jen: I feel like we should help.
Thor: How, Jennifer Walters? Whack it with the hammer?
Jen: Yeah… probably not.
Natasha: The humiliation— is real.

From Spider-Woman #17 by Dennis Hopeless and Veronica Fish.

Ben: And Clint used to be a thief, right?
Jess: Mmm-hmm.
Ben: Who would hold that against him now?
Natasha: Yes. Yes. This is all very Fifty Shades of Hawkeye. Clint was a circus sharpshooter once too. And now Jess has snagged herself a clown.

Natasha, you dated Clint during his petty criminal/circus sharpshooter days. You also dated someone who ran around World War II with his underwear on the wrong side of his pants. Literally zero room to judge.

From Spider-Woman #17 by Dennis Hopeless and Veronica Fish.

SECRET EMPIRE: UPRISING #1
DEREK LANDY (W) • J. CASSARA (A)
Cover by MEGHAN HETRICK
A crucial SECRET EMPIRE tie-in that bridges issues #3 and #4! There’s a new order to things in the world, but it’s not one that everybody agrees with! So what is there left to do about it? The Black Widow has a dangerous plan—but to carry it out, she’ll need the help of the young heroes of the Marvel Universe—and it will require them to cross a line they never thought they would!

Carol and Kamala: Blackjack!
Jess: Team Mizzcap for the win again— as the crowd goes wild!
Natasha: Wait. Wait, I got it. Hashtag Women of Mar-Vell.
Thor: Mizzcap? Arent they supposed to hate each other?
Natasha: Keep up, Thor. I’m wearing a tutu. This is a dream.

From The Mighty Captain Marvel #0 by Margaret Stohl and Emilio Laiso / Ramon Rosanas.

Natasha: Barnes? We need to talk. I’ll start. First, thank you for the assist. Clearly, Recluse has been training since we last met.
Bucky: We make a good team. You must remember that much.
Natasha: Now, lets move on to the parts that insult me. Have you really been keeping an eye on me for a while?
Bucky: I—
Natasha: I don’t need you to be my keeper, Barnes. Please tell me there’s more to your presence than that.

From Black Widow #9 by Chris Samnee and Mark Waid.