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Black Panther And The Crew #6 Review: A Non-Ending To A Series That Deserved Better

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]It must be opposite day, because I was slightly impressed with the finale to Secret Empire, and I’m disappointed with the ending to Black Panther and the Crew Well, dammit.The final issue of the Ta-Nehisi Coates series brings us the sort-of finale to the investigation into the death of Ezra Keith conducted by Black[...]

black panther and the crew

Black Panther And The Crew #5 Review: Manifold Takes The Stage

The flashback work of Mack Chater and Stephen Thompson compliments Guice’s artwork very well, and the styles do not feel incongruous at all.As always, I recommend this comic and will continue to bang my drum about how Marvel should not have cancelled Black Panther and the Crew after two issues and minimal sales figures to[...]

Black Panther And The Crew #4 Review: Hydra Are Still The Bad Guys In This One

Naturally, Luke survives, but he can’t catch the Hydra soldiers before they kill themselves.Luke and Misty then chase up the lead on the person that Hydra was attempting to kill, as well as the company behind the robotic Americops now infesting Harlem.Interspersed throughout the book, we get to see more of Ezra Keith’s 1960s superhero[...]

Black Panther & The Crew #3 Review: Marvel Missteps With Cancellation

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Marvel really should not have cancelled this book so soon. Giving it a pitifully low runtime of the very week the second issue came out, this book was killed essentially the second it came out of the womb. What's more baffling is that this is a spinoff book to one of their best-selling […]

Nick Spencer Tweets On Trickle Down Economics For The Comics Industry

Or, in other words:https://twitter.com/Nick_Hanover/status/860541981260480514Does this mean the strength of Marvel's event book economy is beginning to falter?Now, in the wake of the cancellation of Black Panther and The Crew, Spencer has taken to Twitter to address general criticism that lower profile books like The Crew would have a better chance if Marvel put some effort into promoting them[...]