Black Panther Issues #6 and #7 are reviewed in this entry and catches us up with the most recently released Panther lore from Marvel. Political intrigue, questions of democracy vs. monarchy, conspiracy within the Wakandan government...writer Ta-Nahesi Coates has so far delivered in successfully bringing T'Challa back into glory. His new Black Panther run is only getting better and better.
This is a late review of Issues #4 and #5 of the new Black Panther run written by Ta-Nahesi Coates and drawn by Brian Stelfreeze. This is definitely an interesting comic and worth the read. Check out this review and there is definitely more to come!
Just now getting around the reviewing Issue #3, but trust me...it was worth the wait. Coates continues to expand on the internal struggles of T'Challa, which he has done well describing so far. Several subplots continue to develop and play out. The Midnight Angels, Shuri in the Plane of Memory and the insurrectionists Tetu and Zenzi. Coates has put a lot of the Black Panther's plate...but I think he's up for the task,
In this blog entry, we take a look at Black Panther Issue #2 written by Ta-Nahesi Coates. T'Challa wrestles to control Wakanda, a country that is falling apart in the wake of so many external attacks in the past. How will he handle these problems and more? Click below to find out!