Friday, May 13, 2016
Comic Book Review: Black Panther #1 - Marvel Comics (2016)
Written by Ta-Nehisi Coates
Art by Brian Stelfreeze
Colors by Laura Martin
Wakanda, a former great nation, is now in turmoil. Black Panther, the king and protector or Wakanda, is on the hunt for those that he feels brought ruin to his country. This book also follows the lives of others living within Wakanda.
Good thing Marvel has a synopsis at the beginning of this book. There's a lot that has happened in Wakanda recently and I definitely needed some catching up. There are a lot of stories going on within this book and after reading book one, I am not sure what is going on. There are so many side stories and stories within stories. I'm sure this will make sense in the upcoming issues. It's definitely off to an interesting start.
The art looks great. Brian Stelfreeze has a lot of characters to draw and he does well with that. There are also a bunch of scenes from all over Wakanda Stelfreeze is tasked to draw and it all looks great.
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