Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Reverend Meteor

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DH the Lurker

Subj: Since you brought it up...why hasn't there been an essential for BP yet?
Posted: Sun Jul 22, 2007 at 10:47:51 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Proposition: ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 1-3
Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2007 at 11:50:14 am EDT

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ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 1
Jungle Action #6-18, Fantastic Four #52-53 & Annual #5, Tales of Suspense #97-99, Captain America #100, Avengers #62, 87, 112, Astonishing Tales #6-7, Daredevil #52, 69 & Annual #4a
Approx. 531 pages

First arc of JA and all of the significant background issues that come before.


ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 2
Jungle Action #19-22, 24, Black Panther #1-15, Marvel Premiere #51-53, Marvel Two-in-One #40-41, Marvel Team-Up #87, 100, Iron Man Annual #5, Daredevil #245
Approx. 545 pages

All of Kirby panther sandwiched between second arc of JA and its follow-up, plus other other important issues referenced by Priest and others.


ESSENTIAL BLACK PANTHER Vol. 3
Black Panther Vol. 2 #1-4, Marvel Comics Presents 13-37, Solo Avengers #19, Black Panther: Panther's Prey #1-4, Marvel Super-Heroes #1, Marvel Fanfare #60, Fantastic Four Unlimited #1
Approx. 607 pages

Amazing how much BP material there is from the late 80's/early 90's. Last of the McGregor material, and the controversial FFU story by Roy Thomas that plays havoc with T'Challa's backstory (see? Hudlin wasn't the first!).


DH the Lurker
(Now get a move-on, Marvel!)

I've been curious to read his early adventures. If they can give essentials to Man-Thing or Howard the Duck why can't they have one for Black Panther?


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