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WOW... Was that good or was it me just anxious to read my first comic for this week?

Found it GOOD, compelling and entertaining!! The caveat not to go out and kill humans is a clever way to keep NYC populace intact but puts a damper on SOME potential drama and tension - in Wakanda this feels like a war.

It just came out and dont really want to spoil it (too much) in an attempt to get you to try it...

BLACK PANTHER #41
http://www.marvel.com/catalog/?id=9831


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What might prove the best line this week is by the Commander commenting on Storm, "LOOK AT YOUR WIFE, THAT.....ON A BROOD QUEEN". \:\)

Readers mostly get an in depth character piece on Commander K'vvvr. Yet, if you conisder it, it really tells a good bit about T'Challa, too, by inferrence and circumstance. BP only physically appears for a small portion but his presence is felt the whole story. If this story premise were simply text described, it would probably not warrant to much of my interest given added the fate of the main character, who indubitably amounts to be a one-shot villain. But if you read it, see if you also find it an engaging Slice of War Life (that has been wanting of late in this SI Event).

The limited and muted colors will hopefully not be in the next arc but they actually worked really well with this tale. Plus plenty purdy panoramic panel pictures!

If this thread grows, with real spoilers, will possibly reply add or edit in a few concerns that seem serious but hardly detracted from the epic. Including:
  • the comparitive religions.
  • the CardassianSkrull Commander's moral believability.
  • the details of Wakanda dealing with detected skrull infiltraitors (and the shockity shock shock shock).
  • the throat thingee.
  • the effectiveness of Storm.
  • the unnecessary risks involved with the (AWESOME) message on the ships wall.




    Secret Invasion Animated Webisode
    http://www.marvel.com/videos/286.Secret_Invasion_Animated_Webisode


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    This issue simply rocked. I always like the BP's story told from a perspective once removed. It adds to the mystery and mythic nature of the character. Hudlin's run (minus the Monica abuse) has been improving a bit but this was even better.














    > WOW... Was that good or was it me just anxious to read my first comic for this week?
    >
    > Found it GOOD, compelling and entertaining!! The caveat not to go out and kill humans is a clever way to keep NYC populace intact but puts a damper on SOME potential drama and tension - in Wakanda this feels like a war.
    >
    > It just came out and dont really want to spoil it (too much) in an attempt to get you to try it...
    >
    > BLACK PANTHER #41
    > http://www.marvel.com/catalog/?id=9831
    >
    >
    > s
    > p
    > o
    > i
    > l
    > e
    > r
    > s but nothing too revealing...
    >
    >
    > What might prove the best line this week is by the Commander commenting on Storm, "LOOK AT YOUR WIFE, THAT.....ON A BROOD QUEEN". \:\)
    >
    > Readers mostly get an in depth character piece on Commander K'vvvr. Yet, if you conisder it, it really tells a good bit about T'Challa, too, by inferrence and circumstance. BP only physically appears for a small portion but his presence is felt the whole story. If this story premise were simply text described, it would probably not warrant to much of my interest given added the fate of the main character, who indubitably amounts to be a one-shot villain. But if you read it, see if you also find it an engaging Slice of War Life (that has been wanting of late in this SI Event).
    >
    > The limited and muted colors will hopefully not be in the next arc but they actually worked really well with this tale. Plus plenty purdy panoramic panel pictures!
    >
    > If this thread grows, with real spoilers, will possibly reply add or edit in a few concerns that seem serious but hardly detracted from the epic. Including:
    >
  • the comparitive religions.
    >
  • the CardassianSkrull Commander's moral believability.
    >
  • the details of Wakanda dealing with detected skrull infiltraitors (and the shockity shock shock shock).
    >
  • the throat thingee.
    >
  • the effectiveness of Storm.
    >
  • the unnecessary risks involved with the (AWESOME) message on the ships wall.
    >
    >
    >

    > Secret Invasion Animated Webisode
    > http://www.marvel.com/videos/286.Secret_Invasion_Animated_Webisode
    >

    > Dane too!Batgirl too!Blaze too!



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    Ned Leeds Jr.

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    I really enjoyed this story and BP continues to be a fun monthly read for me. The only detractor from the SI tie-in story was the artwork, which seemed amatuerish and was off-putting in some parts and a bit confusing in others.

    Ned




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    emerick-man 

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    MorteM

    Well said, Vision






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    > I really enjoyed this story and BP continues to be a fun monthly read for me. The only detractor from the SI tie-in story was the artwork, which seemed amatuerish and was off-putting in some parts and a bit confusing in others.
    >
    > Ned

    The artwork was certainly not mainstream, but I love to see new artistic interrpretations of the Panther...from the crinkles in his forehead when he's worried, to his ears back when he's ready to pounce.


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