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Black Panther #171 Review: TChalla Finally Reaches the Klaw

Black Panther #171 Review: T'Challa Finally Reaches the Klaw

T’Challa, joined by the Midnight Angels, Manifold, and Kasper Cole (the White Tiger) take the fight to the Klaw, and it’s a fun sky-based battle.While it could have been interesting to have Asira make a genuine heel-turn, it is nice to know that she hasn’t gone the path of Nakia from Christopher Priest’s Black Panther.There[...]

Black Panther #170 Review: The Story Grinds Forward with a Climactic Battle

Black Panther #170 Review: The Story Grinds Forward with a Climactic Battle

Without giving anything away in that regard, it ends up raising more questions than answers.Frankly, the Midnight Angels’ assault on the Klaw’s fortress was an exciting development at the end of Black Panther #176, and it is a little frustrating that Ta-Nehisi Coates didn’t elect to continue that plotline after the Annual.It is good to[...]

Black Panther #169 Review: Dont Mess with the Dora Milaje

Black Panther #169 Review: Don't Mess with the Dora Milaje

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Klaw, Ezekiel Stane, Doctor Faustus, and Zenzi are working to bring back the Klaw's sister in a living sound form. They're using Ayo for the process somehow, and Aneka is being taken into a holding cell. The Black Panther is elsewhere fighting some of the Klaw's invading monsters, so all should be […]

Black Panther #168: The Plot is Becoming Unwieldy

Black Panther #168: The Plot is Becoming Unwieldy

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]The Jabari-Lands plead with the Queen Mother to allow them to rescue the Midnight Angels, Ayo and Aneka, from the clutches of Azania The Queen Mother turns her down, saying that Wakanda cannot risk open conflict with their troublesome neighbors.Meanwhile, Black Panther, Shuri, Thunderball, Zawavari, and Manifold continue to track the rifts bringing in[...]