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pantherlord

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Serious

Subj: Re: Priest broke Quesada into comics
Posted: Mon Jun 18, 2007 at 09:59:54 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Priest broke Quesada into comics
Posted: Mon Jun 18, 2007 at 08:53:56 am EDT (Viewed 1 times)

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> Man no wonder Quesada seemed to show so much support for Priest and by extension Black PAnther.

That, and Joe Quesada has always said that Black Panther was one of his favorite characters (BP along with Daredevil). And that he once said that he felt that it was important for a comic like the Black Panther to be on the stands.

But you are right, and I had no idea that Priest broke him in. I knew Joe Quesada worked on The Ray with him as the artist, and Priest as the editor (http://www.digital-priest.com/comics/the_ray.htm), but I didn't know it extended any further than that.

Small world, comics.

I saw that Joe Quesada mentioned The Truth as being a disappointment that it didn't catch on more. I agree. We got the Patroit out of it though, and Josiah X. (Josiah X in limbo, but it's not too late to do something with him... )


Yo, I'm Serious


This makes me really sad to hear this.

Priest made Joe Quesada's career when things where bad for Joe Quesada. Then in return Joe Quesada dumps Priest and picks Reginald Hudlin to destroy the Black Panther's name, it is a real shame.

During Priest's run Black Panther was the most important character in Marvel Comics. Now, Black Panther has been relegated back to just being a supporting guest star that does nothing of importance.


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