Black Panther, Book 1: A Nation Under Our Feet
ISBN: 1302900536
EAN13: 9781302900533
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 13, 2016
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 9.9" L x 6.4" W
Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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A new era for the Black Panther begins as the kingdom of Wakanda enters its final days Award-winning writer Ta-Nehisi Coates confronts T'Challa with dramatic upheaval in his homeland that will make leading the African nation tougher than ever before. When a superhuman terrorist group that calls itself The People sparks a violent uprising, the land famed for incredible technology and proud warrior traditions will be thrown into turmoil. As Zenzi, leader of The People, poisons the populace against their king, the former queen Shuri's spirit makes an uncanny journey through the Djalia, and a new Crew is formed If Wakanda is to survive, it must adapt - but can its monarch, one of a long line of Black Panthers, survive the necessary change? Heavy lies the head that wears the cowl

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5
   Straight 🔥🔥🔥🔥
Great comic book and great experience to read it on my phone. I haven 't collected comics in years, but this may just bring me back.
 
5
   Did not disappoint
Foray first into comic books. Eager to read the next volume in the series, I enjoyed reading this.
 
4
   Beautiful colors
Visually stunning comic book! I loved the panels and enjoyed visual storytelling. I 'd like to look forward to the rest of them and read the rest of the Black Panther.
 
5
   Now I'm ready for the movie!
Such an amazing version! I want to read every comic that Coated writes.
 
5
   Phenomenal
Written and drawn by Exceptionally. It was an absolute pleasure to read. I'm so glad I picked this up on Amazon and I can 't wait for Volume 2. This volume was, by the way, a great companion to the recently released Black Panther movie.
 
5
   A New Story Plus A Classic Story
This reprints the first four issues of the current Black Panther series, plus it includes a reprint of issue # 4, which was the first appearance of the character.
 
5
   internal Threats and Epic Turns
In his first turn, Ta-nehisi Coates crafts a brilliant comic book as a writer for Black Panther. The story deals with tradition, power dynamics and oppression in a way that brings life and current themes into the comic book that I look forward to seeing on the silver screen. Volume 1 depicts a conflict between two nations, a system of oppression between two peoples and the legacy of the kingdom.
 
5
   Great start to the sixth volume!
It is very good comic book. Mr. Coates isn 't Mr. Priest has been described by Joseph Smith. A portion of the bravado and confidence is replaced by introspection. Regret, has been established. Black Panther fans will appreciate the read for well-deserved Black Panther fans.
 
4
   Read this two times to get the full affect
Like the title says, I highly recommend reading this twice so that you can fully grasp what is happening. Basically, internal revolution comes from two sides to Wakanda and the whole volume is T'Challa trying to figure out what exactly is going on. Overall, you learn a lot about the Wakandan culture and its heritage... This is a political thriller, so if you are not into it, you might not be able to keep up with the story, but it made much more sense the second time I read it. Besides that, there is the story of the Fantastic Four that gives the origin of the Black Panthers, a neat bonus for picking this up!
 
4
   Let the political games begin!
This book received a lot of coverage because of the author, but I want to first review the artist. Brian Stelfreeze has been around for awhile and this is his best work by far. Fantastic work by the author. Each panel was a delight. The plot of Coates is very good. The script could have used more exposition, especially with the amount of characters and locales introduced. Overall, a very good beginning to what I hope is an amazing run.
 
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