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Vision Williams




Anyone else disappointed with this issue? To me it had the feel of a marvel adventures book. The unsquashable bug was just too much for me. I never knew Panther disliked magic either. Sad because I honestly found BP to be the best of the Civil War tie in books and have enjoyed FF since their change. Bah, it looks like the zombie arc will be not to my liking either. I am also wondering what the Wakandan story will be as well. Man, I just want the book to be a must read I can't wait to get to again, as it was during the Civil War issues.


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Darius




I didn't like this issue either. The art and writing just didn't do anything for me, and the plot was not as interesting as past Panther plots during this run. I think the Civil War issues were definitely more interesting. And wasn't this Part 2 of an arc in which the 1st Part hasn't even been released yet (1st Part is in FF#546?)

If so, I don't know why they would release Part 2 before Part 1.


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Primetime.




>And wasn't this Part 2 of an arc in which the 1st Part hasn't even been released yet (1st Part is in FF#546?)
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> If so, I don't know why they would release Part 2 before Part 1.

Not exactly. Panther #26 is part one. The specific events concerning the big bug and the negative zone begin in that issue and the team leaves for the adventure shown in Fantastic Four unaware of those events. While the events in Fantastic Four overlap with the events of Black Panther, they are basically being treated as separate stories.


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Darius




Oh, okay, thanks.


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Mightymutant83




I only started liking the character when Hudlin started writing the book so if I am incorrect with anything regarding the character I apologize. I thought the Civil War tie-in's with BP were one of the few things good about Civil War. As for #27, I enjoyed reading the issue. BP is great to me because it's not overwhelmed with continuity and the issues are great to just pick up and read for a fun story. "Fun" stories have definitely been missing from Marvel for a while and I believe Marvel is trying to bring some of that back. I liked the action and BP grabbing all of Reed's gadgets. I've never even been a Fantastic Four reader but now that Panther is on the team I'll be reading it for a while.


I'm also looking forward to the "Zombies" issue as I myself am a HUGE Walking Dead fan and enjoyed Marvel Zombies. I love Black Panther books right now.


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Chris




I too came onboard with the Hudlin incarnation of The Black Panther, but I'm really starting to regret this wedding ever took place. The book has just been plain boring ever since. I mean, pointless visits to Latveria, Attilan, and Atlantis resulting in little to nothing so far as the Civil and Silent Wars, and now they're fighting a bug, get teleported to Planet Skrull just in time to meet the Zombies, ugh! Wake me when the political intrigue starts again

> I only started liking the character when Hudlin started writing the book so if I am incorrect with anything regarding the character I apologize. I thought the Civil War tie-in's with BP were one of the few things good about Civil War. As for #27, I enjoyed reading the issue. BP is great to me because it's not overwhelmed with continuity and the issues are great to just pick up and read for a fun story. "Fun" stories have definitely been missing from Marvel for a while and I believe Marvel is trying to bring some of that back. I liked the action and BP grabbing all of Reed's gadgets. I've never even been a Fantastic Four reader but now that Panther is on the team I'll be reading it for a while.
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> I'm also looking forward to the "Zombies" issue as I myself am a HUGE Walking Dead fan and enjoyed Marvel Zombies. I love Black Panther books right now.


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Mightymutant83




I really don't like his marriage to Storm. I would've liked to see more of Black Panther being King of Wakanda and being a badass than to hassle with Storm. I'm really enjoying the subplots going on and it seems like T'Challa's family will betray him. I would love to see a "Civil War" break out in Wakanda.


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Chris




> I really don't like his marriage to Storm. I would've liked to see more of Black Panther being King of Wakanda and being a badass than to hassle with Storm. I'm really enjoying the subplots going on and it seems like T'Challa's family will betray him. I would love to see a "Civil War" break out in Wakanda.

Now I don't have a problem with the marriage, it's everything that followed. Before the marriage, you had the amazing "Who is.." arc where the Wakandans fended off a multi pronged invasion. After that you had the awesome team up with Cage, then the poignant love story followed by the momentous nuptials. That's all well and good, but the honeymoon is over.


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loquillo




what?? are you going to say that for example black panther#26 was a ''fun'' read, please it was the most boring comic marvel published last month, it was a fill in, no plot, not story, not nothing, and the art was depriment.
it was nothing but a ''fun read''. i am not a hudlin hater, i respect him specially for the work he did in his first story arc, but recently, the series has notoriusly taken a down hill road in the quality levels, both in th ewriting and specially the art. i am seriously thinking in droping the series once and for good, there are a lot of other good comics out there, to be wasting my money on comics like black panther 26, probably the worst comic i-ve read in my whole live.



> I only started liking the character when Hudlin started writing the book so if I am incorrect with anything regarding the character I apologize. I thought the Civil War tie-in's with BP were one of the few things good about Civil War. As for #27, I enjoyed reading the issue. BP is great to me because it's not overwhelmed with continuity and the issues are great to just pick up and read for a fun story. "Fun" stories have definitely been missing from Marvel for a while and I believe Marvel is trying to bring some of that back. I liked the action and BP grabbing all of Reed's gadgets. I've never even been a Fantastic Four reader but now that Panther is on the team I'll be reading it for a while.
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> I'm also looking forward to the "Zombies" issue as I myself am a HUGE Walking Dead fan and enjoyed Marvel Zombies. I love Black Panther books right now.


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loquillo




you are so right chris, it-s 100% obvious that Hudlin id not putting the same effort he put at the beginning of the series. for example, his first story arc, ''who is the black panther?'' is one of the best comic stories i've ever read in my life, on th eother side, black panther #26 is one of the worst comics i've ever read, seriously, no bashing here. i think hudlin has entered a ''comfortable place'' where he thinks that he can do whatever comes to his mind in that moment and that will result into an interesting story. i beg he is not puting the same effort he put in the past. BP #26 just being the pinacle of a recent trend of poor quality stories, yes , starting with issue #14, then a little recovery with quality issues like #19 or #22, but then it has been totally upside down, to th epoint i am seriosuly thinking in droping the series man.



> I too came onboard with the Hudlin incarnation of The Black Panther, but I'm really starting to regret this wedding ever took place. The book has just been plain boring ever since. I mean, pointless visits to Latveria, Attilan, and Atlantis resulting in little to nothing so far as the Civil and Silent Wars, and now they're fighting a bug, get teleported to Planet Skrull just in time to meet the Zombies, ugh! Wake me when the political intrigue starts again



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loquillo




i dont think the marriage was a bad idea, the bad thing is the way it's being executioned. too much corny dialogue and corny interaction in the couple. and less action



> I really don't like his marriage to Storm. I would've liked to see more of Black Panther being King of Wakanda and being a badass than to hassle with Storm. I'm really enjoying the subplots going on and it seems like T'Challa's family will betray him. I would love to see a "Civil War" break out in Wakanda.


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