Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Post By
Mightymutant83

In Reply To
Darius

Subj: I liked it.
Posted: Thu May 10, 2007 at 02:14:09 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Panther #27 [SPOILERS]
Posted: Thu May 10, 2007 at 12:06:54 pm EDT

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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.

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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