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Darius

In Reply To
Soulja

Subj: Panther's Reaction To Captain America's "Death"
Posted: Fri Aug 03, 2007 at 02:16:01 pm EDT (Viewed 1 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Do anyone want The Black Musketeers to in the pages of Black Panther?
Posted: Mon Aug 06, 2007 at 07:22:41 pm EDT (Viewed 2 times)


What if after this boring zombie storyline is over, that we saw Panther mourning the loss of his "brother" Captain America? What if T'Challa launched his own private investigation into Steve Rogers' death?

His investigation could be contained within the pages of his own title, since it is a private investigation. He wouldn't trust anyone else to investigate but himself.

T'Challa could use some of his vast resources to get to the truth as he sets out to find out who ordered the hit, why the hit was ordered, and he could develop a plan to take down the one(s) responsible.

Although, if these details surrounding Captain America's death have already been explored or solved in other books, then this storyline will obviously won't happen.

OR...

What if Malice (Panther's former Dora Milaje, Nakia) returned to wreak havoc in Panther's life, and she finds out that Storm is now his wife! What if it took the combined efforts of Panther and Storm to defeat Malice this time?

I still think the Dora Milaje in Hudlin's run have no personalities whatsoever...I can't even tell them apart. I still think they should be given separate personalities and that Zuri should be re-added to the stories...that way you have a core group of people in Panther's book: him, Storm, Zuri and the Dora Milaje. Kind of like the Fantastic 4, but with a 5th member.