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Subj: Re: New Book: "Marvel's Black Panther: From Stan Lee to Ta-Nehisi Coates"
Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 at 07:56:42 am EST (Viewed 60 times)
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It's been four years or so since I've posted here. I last posted about my writing a chapter on Priest's Black Panther in a book called "Ages of the Avengers."

I have expanded that chapter into a book, called "Marvel's Black Panther: A Comicbook Biography, From Stan Lee to Ta-Nehisi Coates." Although I prefer Priest (I was a big Hudlin complainer here many years back, but he got better), I have posted excerpts about the positives of Hudlin's run on The Root and on
I just wanted to share with you a link to the press release on my blog, which includes the Table of Contents.
I'd be happy to answer any question you have here.

I’ll be taking a look at this as it seems taylored for me. I’ve missed quite a bit of Panther’s mythos and never been able to reconcile Stan and Jack’s ebullient and generous FF character with Roy Thomas’ humble Avenger and Kirby’s interpretation, let alone the longer runs that resulted with a circumspect, paranoid, arch stategist with gadgets than Iron Man. Indeed, it seemed like recent writers wanted to make him an amalgam of cap and stark. Thanks for the info.

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