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emerick-man 
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Subj: Black Panther #15: T'Challa is the bad guy?
Posted: Sun Jul 02, 2017 at 02:29:21 pm EDT (Viewed 168 times)


Black Panther 015 (2017)


> https://comicstore.marvel.com/Black-Panther-2016-15/digital-comic/44961
> "AVENGERS OF THE NEW WORLD" CONTINUES! The gods of Wakanda have forsaken T'Challa and his nation. As monsters of might and myth flood our world, the Midnight Angels must act…But whose interests do they serve? The crown's or their own?

They're painting T"Challa to be the bad guy in his marriage to Storm that he had annulled. Is that right?! Is that how you remember it going down? Seems like something that should be checked... A lot of the blacknerdproblems review(linked) is agreeable but their final rating is somewhat a scooch high for me:

> http://blacknerdproblems.com/black-panther-15-review/
> Black Panther continues its myth-building, this time with an added “gods and titans” intrigue that may explain why the country is under siege from previously forgotten foes. The art shines in parts, feels inconsistent in others, but overall, another successful entry into the growing world of our favorite nation.

Zawavari's fate felt significant. The Vanyan were generic as far as Yeti-like beasts go - but bearable.. Shuri's showing was impressive (and infringing a bit on T'C's whole King of the Dead shtick). The mambeles are neat. Midnight Angels and Manifold appear for only basically namedropping credits. The "Fastball Special" was an Easter Egg. The origin tying in The Orisha to the Elder Gods is interesting but somewhat as confusing as this multi-portal attack on Wakanda is disorienting to process. BP was spot on (except for this questionable confession to Storm). A decent installment; just seems to be missing some zing or something. Do YOU rate it better?





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