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Halo82




Anything intresting? Any improvement in the series?


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Primetime




> Anything intresting? Any improvement in the series?


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Halo82




> > Anything intresting? Any improvement in the series?


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AndrewMTC




I predict crossovers. Lots of crossovers.





That way, Black Panther doesn't need a direction of his own. He gets to follow the zeitgeist!

Check it out: Shu and I teamed up!



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Primetime.




http://www.marvel.com/catalog/?book_id=6180

Black Panther #26
COVER BY: NIKO HENRICHON
WRITER: REGINALD HUDLIN
PENCILS: FRANCIS PORTELA
INKS:
COLORED BY: MATT MILLA
LETTERED BY: VC - RANDY GENTILE

THE STORY:
“TWO PLUS TWO”
In the aftermath of Civil War, the Black Panther and Storm take up temporary residence in the Baxter Building while Reed Richards and Sue Storm attend to important personal business. When a creature escapes from the Negative Zone to wreak havoc on Manhattan, can a team-up with the Thing and the Human Torch be far behind…? It’s clobberin’ time.
Rated T+ …$2.99

http://www.marvel.com/catalog/?book_id=6321

Black Panther #27
COVER BY: NIKO HENRICHON
WRITER: REGINALD HUDLIN
PENCILS: FRANCIS PORTELA
INKS:
COLORED BY: AVALON - MATT MILLA
LETTERED BY: VC - RANDY GENTILE

THE STORY:
CLASSIFIED INFORMATION!

http://www.newsarama.com/marvelnew/May07/solicitiations.html

BLACK PANTHER #28
Written by REGINALD HUDLIN
Penciled by FRANCIS PORTELA
Cover by ARTHUR SUYDAM
"Part 1 of 4"
It’s slobberin’ time! The New Fantastic Four just made a wrong turn on the inter-dimensional super highway -- and they’ve landed in the middle of Zombie-verse! That’s right, True Believer, if the Black Panther, Storm, the Human Torch and the Thing can’t come up with the perfect escape plan, they’re going to be the next hors d'ouvres for Zombie Galacti intent on eating the entire universe! Spinning from the pages of the mega-hit MARVEL ZOMBIES!
32 PGS./Parental Advisory …$2.99

http://www.newsarama.com/marvelnew/June07/solicitations.html

BLACK PANTHER #29
Written by REGINALD HUDLIN
Penciled by FRANCIS PORTELA
Cover by ARTHUR SUYDAM
“GOOD EATIN”
Get out the hot sauce, True Believer -- it’s slobberin’ time! The New Fantastic Four just made a wrong turn on the dimensional super highway -- and they’ve landed in the middle of Zombie-verse! And if that weren’t bad enough, they’ve parked their butts on that universe’s Skrull Planet! If the Black Panther, Storm, the Human Torch and the Thing can’t come up with the perfect escape plan, they’re going to be the next hors de'ourve for Zombie Galacti and Zombie Skrulls intent on eating the entire universe!
32 PGS./Parental advisory …$2.99



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Halo82




Fantastic Four and Crossovers.


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pantherlord




> Fantastic Four and Crossovers.

In other words the Hudlin Black Panther series has no direction whatsoever. Not a surprise since it never had one to begin with.


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takufan4




> I predict crossovers. Lots of crossovers.
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> That way, Black Panther doesn't need a direction of his own. He gets to follow the zeitgeist!
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> Check it out: Shu and I teamed up!
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Here's a link to a Hudlin interview that has been posted here before. In it, he talks vaguely about post-CW BP confronting problems in Wakanda:

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http://www.comicbookresources.com/news/newsitem.cgi?id=8850

"The Panther wants to go home," Hudlin said. "The Panther needs to go home. But there will be some obligations and obstacles that will impede his return. By the time he gets home, he'll have real problems. Fortunately, he and Storm won't stand alone."

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Is this "new" FF what he means? Guess we'll find out very soon......

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Hudlin has greatly enjoyed working on "Black Panther" and continues to strive to come up with tales that will top his previous ones. "When I re-launched the book two years ago, I promised that the Black Panther would become a major player in the Marvel Universe," Hudlin stated. "In that time, you've seen him beat up the WW2 Captain America, partner with Luke Cage and Blade as the only heroes addressing the aftermath of Katrina, marry the woman who many would consider the most amazing woman in the Marvel Universe, and now get in the mix with 'Civil War.' But all that was a set up for the next series of story arcs, which will truly be epic."

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After 25 issues, I'd like to see something "truly epic."


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Halo82




I'm forced to agree but I'd rather not have this become a bash Hudlin thread. I'm genuinely curious if there's any direction in BP that hasn't been mentioned in the solicitations.

> > Fantastic Four and Crossovers.
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> In other words the Hudlin Black Panther series has no direction whatsoever. Not a surprise since it never had one to begin with.


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