Dave Galanter
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Subj: Re: Black Panther #15: What did U think?
Posted: Mon Oct 07, 2019 at 09:44:19 am EDT (Viewed 527 times)
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Black Panther 015

> THE INTERGALACTIC EMPIRE OF WAKANDA – THE BLACK PANTHER RETURNS TO EARTH! T’Challa secures a legendary victory against N’Jadaka and his Intergalactic Empire! At last, the king can return to his throne and the loved ones he left behind. But even at home, T’Challa isn’t free from the Empire’s long shadow…

Well, it's finally over. Then again, it really isn't - as BP leaves the door, or Galactic Bridge as it were, open to revisit that outer space epic plotline or setting whenever he wants to. And he does want to. Not only doe he still have to clean up things some, he also arguably left Eden(Manifold) there.

Maybe somebody can best explain how this whole outer space epic chronologically fits in with T'Challa's appearances after reading these 2 panels:


Good luck fitting Ororo's chronology, here, with her X-men commuting.

Remind me how did all the copied names fit in? Obviously, Nakia is not going to 'fit in' to BP's love life anymore as she gets dumped. And speaking of known names - the mysterious daughter and reported corporeal avatar of the Goddess Bast may not be whom she is reported to be and maybe a mysterious new alien that has entered the story anew.

R U appy with how things wrapped? R U interested in the future of the book now? What should his return mean for Shuri and her book?

https://www.adventuresinpoortaste.com/2019/08/23/marvel-preview-black-panther-15-2/
https://comicstore.marvel.com/Black-Panther-2016-2018-15/digital-comic/44961


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I have been impressed with the way Coates has this intergalactic storyline taking shape. I was a huge skeptic of Lost in Space T'Challa, at least I was prior to actually reading the books. I like the potential this story has for the future of Wakanda and the expansion of the Black Panther universe (no pun intended) of stories/characters.

Priest is still THE definitive Black Panther writer in my opinion; however, Coates is making some serious noise.

I hope White Tiger returns as a recurring character. It seemed like they were going in that direction when the World of Wakanda series was cancelled.


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