Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time Read Online Free - The silent king of the Inhumans stars in his first-ever solo series! But it begins with Black Bolt...imprisoned?! Where exactly is he? Why has he been jailed? And who could be powerful enough to hold the uncanny Black Bolt? The answers to both will shock you -and Black Bolt as well! For if he is to learn the truth, he must first win a fight to the death with a fellow inmate -the Absorbing Man! Award-winning science fiction writer Saladin Ahmed (Throne of the Crescent Moon) crafts a story as trippy as it is action-packed, with truly mind-bending art from the one-and-only Christian Ward (ODY-C)!
COLLECTING: BLACK BOLT 1-6
|Title||:||Black Bolt, Vol. 1: Hard Time|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
December 30, 2017
I must admit I've never been a big follower of the Inhuman Royal Family, and that I only picked up Black Bolt because it was written by Saladin Ahmed (who has produced distressingly little fiction in the last few years). I was not disappointed - not by Ahmed's compelling (if a little too dialogue...
November 11, 2017
Best Marvel comic out there right now. Well written, cool artwork, and interesting story. Hopefully this is a series that continues to focus on cool superhero tales.
January 15, 2018
Last year marked the television debut of the Inhuman Royal Family, so in preparation I read Inhumans by Paul Jenkins and Jae Lee, which is a terrific examination of a reclusive society of super-powered beings who each have their own flaw (let alone abilities) and how they confront it. However, du...
February 16, 2018
I love this author right now!
I haven't read much of the Inhumans, I'll admit. I read enough when they were featured during some of Marvel's older universe wide events but I'm not a huge fan. Of those issues, Black Bolt was the least interesting character to me. Ahmed changed that for me.
This is s...
October 04, 2017
is there actually a better series around rn??
February 03, 2018
If I could I would actually give this book 4.5 stars. I really enjoy reading about comic book characters I normally don't get to read. The Inhumans have never really been a big draw for me concerning Marvel comics. However I did enjoy the series written by Charles Soule. Much of what I know about...
January 17, 2018
With the staggering amount of books being cranked out by the comics industry, it is truly difficult to find something that sticks out like this does, especially amongst the Big 2 Publishers. Black Bolt is unique in the best way possible; from the dialogue down to the art. What other author can tu...
December 18, 2017
Saladin Ahmed's writing manages to get around some of the more difficult elements of the Black Bolt character while keeping him engaging. It was skeptical as I have often found some of the post-1990s attempts to expand the role of the Inhumans in the Marvel universe both forced and tended...
January 28, 2018
Gorgeous artwork and some nice moments. I never thought a whole issue could be built around a conversation between Black Bolt and the Absorbing Man being stuck together, but it was the highlight of the whole volume. The conflict in the story with the jailer got a bit repetitive and it kind of pea...
February 11, 2018
The overall story was maybe slightly too long, but otherwise very well written, and a pleasure to look at.