Ta-Nehisi Coates


Ta-Nehesi Coates Black Panther Will Conclude in a Big Way In 2021

Ta-Nehesi Coates' Black Panther Will Conclude in a Big Way In 2021

Ta-Nehisi Coates' Black Panther comic book series with Daniel Acuna and Brian Stelfreeze was one of the Marvel Comics titles that was held up by the local shutdown but has not yet been rescheduled Black Panther #22 was published at the end of March but that was it Expected to conclude with issue #25, it[...]


Ta-Nehisi Coates to Leave Black Panther After Issue #25

Ta-Nehisi Coates to Leave Black Panther After Issue #25

At the Next Big Thing Panel at C2E2 Saturday, Marvel announced that Black Panther #25 will be writer Ta-Nehisi Coates' final issue on the series It's something we saw coming with the Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda storyline wrapping up, but big news nonetheless Will Marvel bring a new writer on to pick up with Black[...]

The Complete Bleeding Cool Top 100 Power List of Comics 2019 in Full

The Complete Bleeding Cool Top 100 Power List of Comics 2019, in Full

Also, that's a perfect position from which to release The Snyder Cut – if she so wishes. Ta-Nehisi Coates (Down) Writer of Black Panther, as well as a literary activist, he has brought attention to this comic alongside the release of the movie, and has created a small but new fanbase for Marvel comic books[...]

LATE: Deadpool #4 Slips From February to March 2020

LATE: Deadpool #4 Slips From February to March 2020

We're used to the likes of Shazam, Doomsday Clock, Captain America, Batman Vs Ra's Al Ghul, Tony Stark: Iron Man and Fantastic Four being late. But Deadpool is a bit of a new one. Nevertheless that is what we have now, with Deadpool #4 by Kelly Thompson and Chris Bachalo, solicited for the 19th of […]


Captain America #13 &#8211 Fighting Terrorists in Confederate Flag Face Masks (Spoilers)

Captain America #13 – Fighting Terrorists in Confederate Flag Face Masks (Spoilers)

They also turned up in recent seasons of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D TV series.You get the idea.And now they are back, in a modern-day America in the new Captain America #13 by Ta-Nehisi Coates, Jason Masters and Sean Izaakse And they're operating on the border.But not before some moral equivocating and speech-making from Cap.He's a[...]

Captain America #3 Review: A Solid Story Low on Personality

Captain America #3 Review: A Solid Story Low on Personality

Sunny Gho provides bright color work to counterbalance the dark tone of the story.Captain America #3 is another good issue of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ fledgling run on Steve Rogers’ comic The story is interesting and has its finger on the pulse of the current socioeconomic situation in which the U.S finds itself, and the art is[...]


Black Panther #3 Review: Recreating the Legend in the Depths of Space

Black Panther #3 Review: Recreating the Legend in the Depths of Space

Ta-Nehisi Coates intends to recreate the Wakanda mythos in a different context and with different intents It is our T’Challa we our following, but he is no king here — only a former slave and revolutionary Nakia, M’Baku, and N’Jadaka have different roles here as well That said, this realization didn’t dawn on me until[...]

Captain America #2 Review: The Mind of the Legend

Captain America #2 Review: The Mind of the Legend

Later, Steve confides in Sharon Carter.[caption id="attachment_897567" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Captain America #2 cover by Alex Ross[/caption]Ta-Nehisi Coates continues to show that he is very well-suited for the role of Captain America writer He is fantastic at focusing on the interiority of Steve Rogers while the story still transpires in a coherent fashion.The conflict with the[...]

Top and Bottom 5 Comics Week of July 4th 2018: From Hulk to Inhumans

Top and Bottom 5 Comics, Week of July 4th, 2018: From Hulk to Inhumans

Captain America #1Despite my love of the work of Ta-Nehisi Coates and Leinil Francis Yu, I was still worried about this new start to Captain America Those fears were abated by this comic Coates presents a self-conscious yet hopeful Steve Rogers trying to keep the land he loves together despite the challenges that assail it[...]

Captain America #1 Review: Promising New Chapter for the Legend

Captain America #1 Review: Promising New Chapter for the Legend

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] A prisoner is broken out of a Hydra transport in Russia, and the ensuing fight leaves none of the Hydra agents alive. Back in the States, an armed terrorist group modeled after Nuke attacks in Washington D.C. Captain America and the Winter Soldier answer this threat, saving as many lives as they can. […]

Black Panther #2 Review: TChalla Meets Star Wars

Black Panther #2 Review: T'Challa Meets Star Wars

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] T'Challa is now a member of the Maroons, a rebellion movement attempting to overthrow the Wakandan Empire. T'Challa, Nakia, and M'Baku lead an assault on a Wakandan installation called the Shango Array. There is more resistance than expected, and Nakia intends to pull out. However, T'Challa pushes ahead and attempts to take on […]

Jordan White: No Current Plans for Ta-Nehisi Coates and Jen Bartels Storm Series

Jordan White: No Current Plans for Ta-Nehisi Coates and Jen Bartel's Storm Series

The planned Storm series by Ta-Nehisi Coates and Jen Bartel appears to be on permanent hiatus.From the interview: Here's an update for Starleafgirl and several others, who asked, "Any update on when we can expect the Storm solo book from Ta-Nehisi Coates and Jen Bartel? I've been especially excited to see Jen Bartel draw Storm, would[...]

Black Panther #1 Review: Panthers in Space Makes for Good Reading

Black Panther #1 Review: Panthers in Space Makes for Good Reading

Their garb and names are familiar to T’Challa.[caption id="attachment_851393" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Black Panther #1 cover by Daniel Acuña[/caption]Ta-Nehisi Coates and Daniel Acuña lead Black Panther in a surprising new direction with this new #1 Space hasn’t been a well-explored place by the Black Panther outside of the Avengers.There is the potential for difficulty in suspending disbelief[...]

Comics for Your Pull Box Week of May 23 2018: Flash War Begins and the Hunt for Wolverine Goes to Madripoor

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of May 23, 2018: Flash War Begins and the Hunt for Wolverine Goes to Madripoor

Willa, our package-delivering protagonist, is told by her dad that he can fix the world, but she's too busy interacting with the rich below.[caption id="attachment_851393" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Black Panther #1 cover by Daniel Acuna[/caption]Black Panther #1Ta-Nehisi Coates and Daniel Acuna continue the tale of the Black Panther with a star-spanning empire based upon Wakanda[...]


Black Panther #172 Review: The Arc Ends on a High Note

Black Panther #172 Review: The Arc Ends on a High Note

Ta-Nehisi Coates brings 'Avengers of the New World' home in an absorbing fashion, and Kirk, Deering, and Martin make the book look damn good This one gets a recommendation Check it out.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"]The Adversary has arrived in Wakanda, and it’s up to a coordinated effort from Wakanda’s greatest warriors, led by Black[...]

Captain America #700 Review: The Landmark Issue Captain America Deserves

Captain America #700 Review: The Landmark Issue Captain America Deserves

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Captain America was made the leader of New America, and the role of leadership over a nation has proven among the most challenging for Steve Rogers. Other countries try to take advantage of the turmoil, and there are remnants of Rampart still fighting in pockets. Bruce Banner and Liang have a potential solution […]