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Cire




> http://comicnewsi.com/article.php?catid=231&itemid=11303

Now this seems like the Panther I remember. I like alot. \:\-D


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takufan4




> > http://comicnewsi.com/article.php?catid=231&itemid=11303
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> Now this seems like the Panther I remember. I like alot. \:\-D

Agreed. It reads well.


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Darius




I'm liking what I'm reading so far as well, and I hope Panther's investigation into Captain America's "death" actually goes somewhere and is not just a dangling plotline to be forgotten about later down the road.

Does anyone know if Storm's role in "Messiah Complex" was a huge one, or was she given a minor role in that storyline in the X-Men books?


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Son of Hulk




> > http://comicnewsi.com/article.php?catid=231&itemid=11303
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> Now this seems like the Panther I remember. I like alot. \:\-D

Thank you for the preview. I left the series during the whole FF thing. It was the recent Annual that made me come back. #35 looks to be a great jumping back point since Civil War for the series. Trying it out for six more issues.


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rolston7@yahoo.com




Can some one tell Hudlin Wakanda is NOT a west coasr country, it is a central i.e. neighbours Azania and Zaire Congo!


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rolston7@yahoo.com




Can some one tell Hudlin Wakanda is NOT a west coast country, it is a central i.e. neighbours Azania and Zaire Congo!


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DJfunkyPuddle




Thank you. I thought one of the reasons Wakanda was so hard to get to was because it was in the middle of f#$%^n nowhere, not on the coast where people have been sailing for hundreds of years.


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Thatguy




> Thank you. I thought one of the reasons Wakanda was so hard to get to was because it was in the middle of f#$%^n nowhere, not on the coast where people have been sailing for hundreds of years.

In all fairness, I'm pretty sure Wakanda has had a coastline since the Wakanda/Atlantis War in Defenders.

Now, why they don't take immediate issue with the fact that a stinkin' warship is alot closer than the respected 12 miles boundaries, I've no stinkin' clue.


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Cire




> Does anyone know if Storm's role in "Messiah Complex" was a huge one, or was she given a minor role in that storyline in the X-Men books?

Minor role with one major showing in Uncanny X-Men.


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WakandaMan




> > Thank you. I thought one of the reasons Wakanda was so hard to get to was because it was in the middle of f#$%^n nowhere, not on the coast where people have been sailing for hundreds of years.
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> In all fairness, I'm pretty sure Wakanda has had a coastline since the Wakanda/Atlantis War in Defenders.
>
> Now, why they don't take immediate issue with the fact that a stinkin' warship is alot closer than the respected 12 miles boundaries, I've no stinkin' clue.

No, Wakanda has always been landlocked- pretty much right in the middle of Africa. Even during the war with Atlantis. The Atlanteans fired nukes at Wakanda, and T'challa diverted them to Kiber Island, which was (and I guess still is) a Wakandan protecterate. So the only coastline they own is off Kiber Island.


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Thatguy




> > > Thank you. I thought one of the reasons Wakanda was so hard to get to was because it was in the middle of f#$%^n nowhere, not on the coast where people have been sailing for hundreds of years.
> >
> > In all fairness, I'm pretty sure Wakanda has had a coastline since the Wakanda/Atlantis War in Defenders.
> >
> > Now, why they don't take immediate issue with the fact that a stinkin' warship is alot closer than the respected 12 miles boundaries, I've no stinkin' clue.
>
> No, Wakanda has always been landlocked- pretty much right in the middle of Africa. Even during the war with Atlantis. The Atlanteans fired nukes at Wakanda, and T'challa diverted them to Kiber Island, which was (and I guess still is) a Wakandan protecterate. So the only coastline they own is off Kiber Island.

My memory's fuzzy, but didn't soldiers from Atlantis get into Wakanda without airships during the arc with Namor, Magneto et all under Priest?


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