From Comic Book Resouces Q & A session with Marvel editors Axel Alonso and Tom Brevoort:
Brevoort: There are TONS of plans involving the Black Panther or the Black Panthers I should say. This is a good example of the synergy between the various editorial offices Axel and I have been working hand-in-hand with, in that Axel for the last couple of years has been overseeing the Black Panther all the way up to and including "DoomWar" which ends on a certain crescendo. I don't want to talk too much about how it all wraps up. But at the end of that, the Black Panthers are both going to be coming back into the Marvel Universe in a very significant way. Most immediately the thing we can talk about is a limited series that spins out of "DoomWar" called "Klaws of the Panther" with a "K" which starts in October. It's five issues by Jonathan Maberry. It's pretty difficult to actually describe this now that I think about it without giving away the ending of "Doomwar." But it involves the Panther going on a 'round the world journey/quest dealing with the fallout from "DoomWar" and what that means for the Panther legacy, Wakanda and them personally.
Even beyond that, there's another large Panther piece on the horizon that you're probably going to have to wait another month or two before I can tell you about. But we've got enormous plans for the Panther that place him in a central way shoulder-to-shoulder with the big Marvel heavy characters. He's been off on his own for a while by the chance of how things have gone, and we wanted to put him right back where he belongs in the center of the Marvel Universe, and you'll see how that starts with "Klaws of the Panther."