Ta-Nehisi Coates Archives

Black Panther #170 cover by Phil Noto
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[...]
Ta-Nehisi Coates captain america
It's taken a while to come through but, as we also heard, it has been confirmed in The Atlantic that the next writer of the Captain America monthly comic book, to follow Mark Waid, is author, columnist, comic book writer, and activist Ta-Nehisi Coates. Leinil Yu will be drawing the book Covers by Alex Ross. And yes, that it[...]
Ta-Nehisi Coates
We've been reporting since June last year that Ta-Nehisi Coates will be writing the ongoing Captain America comic book for Marvel And now, after an extended run from Mark Waid and Chris Samnee — before Samnee leaves for DC Comics — all the indications are that this will be announced next week That we will see a[...]
Black Panther #1 Cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] We arrive at the conclusion of Bleeding Cool's Five Days of Black Panther with the current Black Panther series by writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and artists such as Chris Sprouse, Brian Stelfreeze, and Leonard Kirk. This was my first Black Panther solo series, as I was turned onto the character primarily by Al Ewing's Ultimates[...]
Black Panther #169 cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin
While the Black Panther is elsewhere dealing with another invasion in Wakanda, the Klaw is enacting his plan to bring back his sister. This gives the Dora Milaje and Midnight Angel Aneka an opportunity to escape with her beloved Ayo. Does this make for a good read?
Rise of the Black Panther #1 cover by Brian Stelfreeze
I adore Ta-Nehisi Coates and Chris Sprouse-helmed comic series, even as it seems to be betting far too much on this current arc. That's why Rise of the Black Panther #1 was an intense disappointment Another Black Panther title documenting his origins seemed like a promising miniseries to lead up to the film (have to love[...]
Black Panther #168 cover by Brian Stelfreeze
"Avengers of the New World" has the threat of the elder gods, the threat of Klaw and his allies, the continuing stability troubles in Wakanda, Azania bearing its fangs at Wakanda, and many other subplots to boot. To add to the problem, Ta-Nehisi Coates, as immensely talented as he is, likes to devote entire issues to[...]
Black Panther #167 cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin
Black Panther needs his help in studying and tracking recent attempts to create synthetic Vibranium in the hopes of pinning down the Klaw's new schemes against Wakanda. Later, T'Challa and Shuri return to the Djalia to learn more of the Originators they are currently struggling against. Black Panther #167 cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin As always,[...]
Marvel Legacy Black Panther #166 Review: The Sound Of The Klaw
We see what has been going on in Ulysses Klaw's headspace and why he is here working alongside Zeke Stane, Doctor Faustus, and Zenzi the Revealer. Ta-Nehisi Coates lays out his version of the Klaw here It is one that is unlike one I've personally seen in the past, but it does not stray out of[...]
Cover to Black Panther #18 by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin
They find a village wiped out and two-headed creatures coming from yet another portal. This is as good a time as any to point out how skilled writer Ta-Nehisi Coates is at constructing a lengthy story arc that stays engaging enough to not feel so long He accomplished this with the first arc, 'Nation Under Our[...]
Black Panther #17 Review- The King And The Goddess
Black Panther and Storm have set out to help the people of Alkama and investigate this Sefako. "Avengers of the New World" is proving to be another lengthy epic in the saga of Ta-Nehisi Coates' Black Panther I'm not sure it's reached "Nation Under Our Feet" level of quality yet, but it is compelling none the[...]
black panther and the crew
Ezra Keith was a good man, and he was brought low by his own allies and the people that backed them. This discussion has probably been a lot more unfocused than I intended. I guess my point is, as always Ta-Nehisi Coates's Black Panther and the Crew remains a thought-provoking comic giving a measured discussion to real-world problems,[...]
Black Panther #16 Review: An Enthralling Plot With Great Character Moments
There, they must battle the Fenris Twins, members of the Wrecking Crew, and a myriad of other known rogues to be able to find Asira — if she is still alive. Compared to much of Ta-Nehisi Coates' issues of Black Panther, this one is a little light on plot What it lacks in plot advancement, though,[...]