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.
> 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.
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.