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Bob




Have the Black Panther and Moon Knight ever teamed up or even interacted at all in any Marvel comics? I imagine they must have at least shared in some sort of every Avenger ever group shot at some point. I’ve got the germ of a story idea that requires knowing their previous history together.

Cheers,
Bob



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takufan4




> Have the Black Panther and Moon Knight ever teamed up or even interacted at all in any Marvel comics? I imagine they must have at least shared in some sort of every Avenger ever group shot at some point. I’ve got the germ of a story idea that requires knowing their previous history together.
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> Cheers,
> Bob
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Hi!

My all-time favorite BP issues are 21 and 22. They guest star Moon Knight. Here's the plot from Priest's site:

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http://www.digital-priest.com/comics/panther/year2.htm


BLACK PANTHER #21-22
nightmare

In an effort to save Panther's life, Ross makes a terrible blunder, placing the future of the Wakandan kingdom in the hands of... KILLMONGER?! Meanwhile, MOON KNIGHT leads The Panther on a spiritual journey to seek healing from the fatal wounds inflicted by Killmonger.

Black Panther's spiritual journey is hijacked by Nightmare, who seizes the opportunity to replenish his power after his defeat by Captain America by grabbing Panther, MOON KNIGHT, and BROTHER VOODOO while the three are in their trance-like state. Meanwhile, Ross struggles with life and death choices as the fate of Wakanda has been placed in his trembling hands. He ultimately decides to release Hunter, the White Wolf, from prison to help him maintain order in a country whose king is apparently dead. A good deal of issue #22 is in gray wash tones, with only Nightmare's evil power brought out in green. Also, look for a fabulous Batman parody, with Ross as Robin and Achebe as The Joker! Art by Sal Velluto and Bob Almond. Edited by Tom Brevoort

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That two-part story is a masterpiece of Afrocentric mythology and great post-modern storytelling. I hope you read and enjoy them.


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Bob




Thanks takufan. That pretty well blows my story idea to hell, at least for regular Marvel continuity. I haven't gotten around to reading Priest's run on Panther yet, and sadly I'll probably never get past the first two trades being a trades only guy myself. Yet, you and Priest certainly make that arc sound fascinating.

Cheers,
Bob



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ÑAÑOÑ




your idea for a story to tell?? c'mon who are you?? a ''wannabwe'' writer??
please man, another 10 millions person think the same way like you.

i recommned, FIRST get published, in an independent company or whatever, then talk about the stories you wanna write.

if you are ''mr. unknown'', mr'' i have never published nothing, not ven in the school newspaper'', the save us your comments about your ideas for stories you wanna WRITE.

please, foots on earthm keep it real, reality punch!"!!

your friend, mr. reality


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Thatguy




> your idea for a story to tell?? c'mon who are you?? a ''wannabwe'' writer??
> please man, another 10 millions person think the same way like you.
>
> i recommned, FIRST get published, in an independent company or whatever, then talk about the stories you wanna write.
>
> if you are ''mr. unknown'', mr'' i have never published nothing, not ven in the school newspaper'', the save us your comments about your ideas for stories you wanna WRITE.
>
> please, foots on earthm keep it real, reality punch!"!!
>
> your friend, mr. reality

You're an amazingly rude poster, you know that, right?


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ÑAÑOÑ




> You're an amazingly rude poster, you know that, right?

DEMOCARCY allows me to be that way, besides, i am not being offensive or whatever, i am just telling the truth man.


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Thatguy




> > You're an amazingly rude poster, you know that, right?
>
> DEMOCARCY allows me to be that way, besides, i am not being offensive or whatever, i am just telling the truth man.

First, it's spelled democracy.

Second, that (and freedom of speech) doesn't apply here, as comicboards is privately owned. You are expected to abide by certain, polite forms of conduct.

Lastly, your advise is self-contradictory. 'Don't write anything until you're published!', well, it's hard to publish anything unless you write. Practice makes perfect.

Lastly, have you been published? Because if not, your advise is far less substantial than someone simply expressing the desire to write a story in the future.


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The Beetle




> your idea for a story to tell?? c'mon who are you?? a ''wannabwe'' writer??
> please man, another 10 millions person think the same way like you.

Probably not 10 millions, if there were 10 millions fans of comics comicbooks would sell lot more copies...

> i recommned, FIRST get published, in an independent company or whatever,

Good advice for someone who would like to get a break in the business...

> then talk about the stories you wanna write.

No need to prevent comicbooks discussing at at comic book forum, if someone has an idea s/he could always come around these boards and talk about ideas, we all probably had ideas from time to time in the past, and not many of us ever get the chance to do them in a comic book, and so what...

> if you are ''mr. unknown'', mr'' i have never published nothing, not ven in the school newspaper'', the save us your comments about your ideas for stories you wanna WRITE.

Why?, this is a comic book forum, for discussing comicbooks, if you don't want to hear other peoples ideas, then don't read them, but don't tell people what to do, that's my job!!




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The Beetle




> > You're an amazingly rude poster, you know that, right?
>
> DEMOCARCY allows me to be that way, besides, i am not being offensive or whatever, i am just telling the truth man.

This is not a democracy this is a private owned message board, and you need to behave accordingly to the rules of the message boards


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R.SHABAZZ




Hi Bob I'm sure wih you inside knowledge a story concerning the King and Marc Spector wouldn't be a problem.

Possible Team Up's for Mature Readers.

BlackPanther:

Photon
Machine Man
Stephen Strange
Wolverine
Wonder Man
Green Lantern-John Stewart
Nick Fury
War Bird
The Punisher
Superman
Black Panther Vs The Terminator or Predator.

All possible ideas let me know what you think.

R-SHABAZZ 8\-\)







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Bob




Mr. Reality,

Thanks for the career advice, though I take umbrage at you calling yourself my friend. Nonetheless, I do not actually see any reason why having a story idea featuring the Back Panther and Moon Knight requires me to pursue publication from an independent comic company. I could simply write the story for my own personal satisfaction with no expectation of ever publishing it.

Furthermore published status is not the “be all, end all” of writing and people who don’t think their story ideas far enough through before trying to be published are responsible for much of the dreck in comix and many other mediums these days.

Cheers,
Bob


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ñañoñ




write a story and keep it only for you, for personal satisfaction??
true writers write to be readed. not to keep their work for themselves.



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Thatguy




> write a story and keep it only for you, for personal satisfaction??
> true writers write to be readed. not to keep their work for themselves.

So when did you become the final word on what a true writer is?


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ñañoñ




> > write a story and keep it only for you, for personal satisfaction??
> > true writers write to be readed. not to keep their work for themselves.
>
> So when did you become the final word on what a true writer is?

just name a writer you love, name all your favorite writers.
how did you get to know em? because they published their work right?
because they wanted their work to be appreciated by the rest of the world.

you know, ''underground'' ''dark people'' who only keep their work for themselves and his friends ( who obviously are'nt going to critic their work, beacuse they are friends) is people who live in a bubble, denying reality. afraid of what the rest could say. besides ''underground''is old fashioned.
and finally, a writer must pay his bills like everybody else, because it's a work, an at, but a work too. if you write to keep your work for yourself that means that you are not taking this career seriosly.

just my humble , democatic opinion guys!


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Thatguy




> > > write a story and keep it only for you, for personal satisfaction??
> > > true writers write to be readed. not to keep their work for themselves.
> >
> > So when did you become the final word on what a true writer is?
>
> just name a writer you love, name all your favorite writers.
> how did you get to know em? because they published their work right?
> because they wanted their work to be appreciated by the rest of the world.
>
> you know, ''underground'' ''dark people'' who only keep their work for themselves and his friends ( who obviously are'nt going to critic their work, beacuse they are friends) is people who live in a bubble, denying reality. afraid of what the rest could say. besides ''underground''is old fashioned.
> and finally, a writer must pay his bills like everybody else, because it's a work, an at, but a work too. if you write to keep your work for yourself that means that you are not taking this career seriosly.
>
> just my humble , democatic opinion guys!


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The Beetle




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