First Look: 1872 #3, on sale 9/16/15.
Entertainment Weekly's interlocking Avengers cover.
Hulk: What are we stoppin’ for? Let’s smash that creep, already!
Natasha: Stand down, Hulk. We can’t risk hurting civilians— especially kids.
Hulk: And how come you’re in charge, lady?
Dani: Seriously? That’s Madame Natasha, Hulk. In my time, I’d follow her to hell and back.
Natasha: Thank you… ah…
Dani: Danielle Cage, ma’am.
Natasha: Yes, we’ve met. You were six months old.
From Avengers: Ultron Forever #1, by Al Ewing and Alan Davis.
Avengers: Ultron Forever #1 variant by Skottie Young
Preview: Ultron Forever by Al Ewing & Alan Davis.
AVENGERS ASSEMBLE #25
KELLY SUE DECONNICK & WARREN ELLIS (W)
MATTEO BUFFAGNIX (A)
Cover by JORGE MOLINA
ALL-OUT WAR IN NEW YORK CITY!
• The demented Dr. June Covington has taken on A.I.M., and is winning. The Avengers are caught in the middle of this Mad Science War!
• But, now, this situation is more important – because there’s a second Terrigen cocoon in New York, ticking like a time bomb, about to go off, Covington wants it and A.I.M. has it.
• SPIDER-GIRL, who has been mentored by the Avengers in her search for her teacher, abducted by Covington for Nefarious Genetic Purposes, now leads the charge, as the Avengers Assemble to end this conflict before the Terrigen cocoon explodes and New York is doooooomed.
What if… there were seven Avengers?
Don’t mind me, I just ♥ it when covers show Natasha zipped all the way up.
Avengers Assemble #16 & Captain Marvel #13— The Enemy Within
Only tangentially Black Widow related, but man, Joe Quinones should just draw everything.