> Propaganda does not equal significance. By your acount then Venom was significant when he got his own series of miniseries, was in several crossovers, teamed up with several superheroes and was heavily promoted by Marvel. Yet, this is far from the truth Venom during such time was an insignificant background character that was deemed so by virtually everyone who rather instead liked the days when Venom was a bad guy. Sure Black Panther is receiving a heavy amount of propaganda but what has come of it, well absulotely nothing except a bit more sales. Black Panther during Hudlin's run has shown that he does not care at all about Captain America, a guy that during Priest's run Black Panther would be first in line to defend and save. I have yet to see Black Panther even attempt to save Spider-Man who is one of the few guys that could help Black Panther defeat Iron Man. If you call Black Panther standing by the sidelines doing nothing while Spider-Man is being hunted down and Captain America dies being significant then you need to get an eye exam. Propaganda does not automatically equal significance.
The leaps in logic that you make never cease to astound me. I can't ever believe you are serious about the things you say. Captain America being shot by a sniper makes Black Panther insignificant? Spider-man needs to be saved by Black Panther? Huh, what? Black Panther needs Spider-man to defeat Iron Man? Are you seriously suggesting this?
I should make a post saying what you just said about Black Panther on another board. Unfortunately the anti-Hudlin hate here is too great for some of his detractors to point out are much nonsense what you just said is. At least Thatguy took you to task about the insignificant remark however I am not surprised that in someone else's response to your original thread, instead of confronting your claim, they used this opportunity to repeat ad nauseum how much they dislike Hudlin's work.
you must really not be reading Marvel comics to believe Black Panther or Wakanda is insignificant. Black Panther/Wakandan lore has been influential in comics outside of Black Panther as of recent.
To name a few:
FF4: The End
Agents of Atlas
Please do everyone a favor and stop making posts, if your can't control your anger and hatred towards an author enough to use simple logic in your arguments.
Next you will say that Black Panther is insignificant because Aunt May got shot. =/
Actually I... pointed out that he was wrong, disagreed with you stating Ross was a bad point of Priest's run and pointed out that Panther has been shown as significant and that it hasn't been fully capitalized on because of the limited scope of the writers ability...