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DH the Lurker




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ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 1
Jungle Action #6-18, Fantastic Four #52-53 & Annual #5, Tales of Suspense #97-99, Captain America #100, Avengers #62, 87, 112, Astonishing Tales #6-7, Daredevil #52, 69 & Annual #4a
Approx. 531 pages

ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 2
Jungle Action #19-22, 24, Black Panther #1-15, Marvel Premiere #51-53, Marvel Two-in-One #40-41, Marvel Team-Up #87, 100, Iron Man Annual #5, Daredevil #245, Black Panther Vol. 2 #1-4
Approx. 643 pages

ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 3
Marvel Comics Presents 13-37, Solo Avengers #19, Black Panther: Panther's Prey #1-4, Marvel Super-Heroes #1, Marvel Fanfare #60, Fantastic Four Unlimited #1, Over the Edge #6, Night Thrasher #18, Avengers #356, Marvel Comics Presents #148
Approx. 586 pages

ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 4
Black Panther (vol. 3) #1-23, Ka-Zar #17, Deadpool #44
Approx. 577 pages

ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 5
Black Panther (vol. 3) #24-35, 38-49, 57-58
Approx. 601 pages


DH the Lurker
(If I'm missing anything vital, let me know!)


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Bob Almond




Marvel Team-up # 20 (vol. 1) is the only thing that comes to mind.

And it seem a crime to me to leave BP # 36 & 37 out of volume 5 but that's probably jusy my bias.

Great job, DH!
Best,
Bob Almond

> Mapped these out myself, posted with a whole bunch more over at
> http://p206.ezboard.com/fmarvelmasterworksfansitefrm1.showMessageRange?topicID=8447.topic&start=1&stop=25
>
> ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 1
> Jungle Action #6-18, Fantastic Four #52-53 & Annual #5, Tales of Suspense #97-99, Captain America #100, Avengers #62, 87, 112, Astonishing Tales #6-7, Daredevil #52, 69 & Annual #4a
> Approx. 531 pages
>
> ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 2
> Jungle Action #19-22, 24, Black Panther #1-15, Marvel Premiere #51-53, Marvel Two-in-One #40-41, Marvel Team-Up #87, 100, Iron Man Annual #5, Daredevil #245, Black Panther Vol. 2 #1-4
> Approx. 643 pages
>
> ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 3
> Marvel Comics Presents 13-37, Solo Avengers #19, Black Panther: Panther's Prey #1-4, Marvel Super-Heroes #1, Marvel Fanfare #60, Fantastic Four Unlimited #1, Over the Edge #6, Night Thrasher #18, Avengers #356, Marvel Comics Presents #148
> Approx. 586 pages
>
> ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 4
> Black Panther (vol. 3) #1-23, Ka-Zar #17, Deadpool #44
> Approx. 577 pages
>
> ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 5
> Black Panther (vol. 3) #24-35, 38-49, 57-58
> Approx. 601 pages
>
>
> DH the Lurker
> (If I'm missing anything vital, let me know!)


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DH the Lurker




> Marvel Team-up # 20 (vol. 1) is the only thing that comes to mind.
> And it seem a crime to me to leave BP # 36 & 37 out of volume 5 but that's probably jusy my bias.

MTU #20 does feature BP, but only as the last issue in a 3-part story, and doesn't add anything to the BP mythos, with the possible exception of Stegron (who I'd love to see again).

I LOVE BP # 36&37, but because they take place in the future, you can put those issues anywhere, and vol. 5 needed the space. Should be in Volume 6 with Kasper, BP 2099, and other assorted issues... but a moot point considering Marvel hasn't even put out ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Volume 1 yet....


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JG




Now if only Marvel would even publish one volume, let alone five.


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Bob Almond




with the possible exception of Stegron (who I'd love to see again).
>

Incidentally, for a while I tried pushing a BP Savage Land story (perhaps explaining a relation between the dinosaurs there with those from Wakanda) with Stegron as the villain but Priest never quite got to fit it in and then things were changed by # 50....it might have happened had we continued.

Best,
Bob Almond


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DH the Lurker




> with the possible exception of Stegron (who I'd love to see again).
> >
>
> Incidentally, for a while I tried pushing a BP Savage Land story (perhaps explaining a relation between the dinosaurs there with those from Wakanda) with Stegron as the villain but Priest never quite got to fit it in and then things were changed by # 50....it might have happened had we continued.
>
> Best,
> Bob Almond


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WakandaMan




If you're looking for another Stegron appearance, he showed up in an issue of Thunderstrike, in which Panther and I think Black Widow both team up with T-strike to take on the dino man in Antarctica. Good stuff. Would need to check the issue number, I have it at home somewhere.

> > Marvel Team-up # 20 (vol. 1) is the only thing that comes to mind.
> > And it seem a crime to me to leave BP # 36 & 37 out of volume 5 but that's probably jusy my bias.
>
> MTU #20 does feature BP, but only as the last issue in a 3-part story, and doesn't add anything to the BP mythos, with the possible exception of Stegron (who I'd love to see again).
>
> I LOVE BP # 36&37, but because they take place in the future, you can put those issues anywhere, and vol. 5 needed the space. Should be in Volume 6 with Kasper, BP 2099, and other assorted issues... but a moot point considering Marvel hasn't even put out ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Volume 1 yet....
>
>
> DH the Lurker


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