Black Panther
As the Black Panther and an Avenger, T’Challa has had to save the world time and again -- but those duties pale in comparison to his responsibilities as king of Wakanda. As the nation rebuilds in the wake of revolution, T’Challa finds his people besieged by a massive monster tearing through the country, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake! From acclaimed novelist NNEDI OKORAFOR (BINTI, WHO FEARS DEATH) and illustrator ANDRE ARAUJO (SPIDEY, THE WICKED + DIVINE) comes an adventure set in the world of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ landmark BLACK PANTHER run and told in the Mighty Marvel Manner!Part of the comiXology Originals line of exclusive digital content only available on comiXology and Kindle. This title will be available as part of comiXology Unlimited at release.

Black Panther Details

TitleBlack Panther
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseDec 13th, 2017
PublisherMarvel - comiXology Originals
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Graphic Novels Comics, Superheroes

Black Panther Review

  • Owen
    January 1, 1970
    This is the first issue of a (currently Comixology only) story written by Nnedi Okorafor. I have been curious about her take on T'Challa since I first heard that she was going to write this story. And even more curious how she would portray Wakanda. Since she is familiar with Nigeria, I felt that her take on the fictional society would be unique.I am not disappointed. In this book, we see citizens actually living their lives and walking around the capital of the most technologically advanced cit This is the first issue of a (currently Comixology only) story written by Nnedi Okorafor. I have been curious about her take on T'Challa since I first heard that she was going to write this story. And even more curious how she would portray Wakanda. Since she is familiar with Nigeria, I felt that her take on the fictional society would be unique.I am not disappointed. In this book, we see citizens actually living their lives and walking around the capital of the most technologically advanced city on Earth. Gone are the huts from the Jungle Tales stories in the seventies or from the stories in Fantastic Four or Kirby's Black Panther series. We see Wakandans as people, not as a prop.I also enjoy the bits of humor injected into this story, especially the woman at the ATM, and the people who are skeptical of T'Challa's reports of a monster.People who are curious about this book, know that you do not need to have read Ta-Nehisi Coates's current run in order to follow what is going on. There is a page in the beginning of the issue which tells you everything that you need to know. Mind you, reading the current Black Panther run *is* recommended ... just because it is fantastic. But do not feel that it is a prerequisite. I look forward to the rest of the story, and hope that it will be collected in a physical format.
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  • Annie
    January 1, 1970
    I just finished this first installment and I couldn't be more excited for the rest!Those of you who follow my reading know that I'm obsessed with science fiction and the possibilities of pushing its diversity.I will admit that I know very little about the Black Panther going in, but I'm now going to check out more stories featuring him!Read this if:You love science fictionYou love or want to read African speculative fictionYou love superherosYou love reading something exciting!
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  • Indah Threez Lestari
    January 1, 1970
    Butuh prelude, euy...Februari sudah dekat...
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