Black Panther, Book 7 by Ta-Nehisi Coates

Black Panther, Book 7

When a dissident from the Martian-conquered future, Erik Killraven, threatens to overthrow Wakanda, the disgraced prince must wager what little is left of his soul to save his people! And for years, the Maroons have lain dormant, planning the next stage of their rebellion. At last, it is time to strike - with a treasure hunt for unstable Vibranium! And with the Black Panther once again in their ranks, they're certain of victory. But what will vic...


Details Black Panther, Book 7

TitleBlack Panther, Book 7
ISBN9781302912949
Author
Release DateAug 6th, 2019
PublisherMarvel
LanguageEnglish
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Superheroes, Marvel, Graphic Novels, Graphic Novels Comics, Fiction
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Reviews Black Panther, Book 7

  • Gary
    2019-09-01
    Loved the first stretch of this mega-arc, but this part of the story feels a bit thin, and I miss Daniel Acuna.
  • Lekeisha The Booknerd
    2019-09-08
    "So many Empires have fallen, so many Nations have crumbled under the egos of men."It all makes sense now. I totally forgot about Eden! And while I thought this was some kind of mind f***ery from Goddess Bast, I'm still a little bit nipped by it all. All I'm saying is, if you were perplexed by book 6, you will definitely feel a little better at the end of this one. The art is very much realistic modern, as opposed to the pop art that comes with s...
  • James
    2019-07-15
    See the single issues for my reviews.
  • Lukas Holmes
    2019-08-21
    Is there a way to express standing ovations in this review? What Coates continues to do is just...astonishing. It's a Space Opera meets a Fantasy Epic. How he is pulling this off in the tiny confines of a comic book and its panels is just....it's amazing. Now we have the bigger picture of how we got here and it's so endlessly satisfying I can't even explain it. The world he is mapping out can be so richly explored for years in the Marvel Universe...
  • Becki Iverson
    2019-09-09
    I wrote a glowing review of Part 1 of this special edition and Part 2 was just as excellent. I am so enthralled with the new direction they're taking the series and I can't wait to see where else Coates will go with this space narrative. Will the two T'Challas meet? The two Nakias? Can the corrupted space world be rectified? This new narrative is so rich with so much world-building potential, and really flips the politics of the original script o...
  • Josh
    2019-05-31
    Black Panther book 7 is mostly setup, but the big picture is coming into focus. The art is a bit lacking compared to the previous volume, however nothing is outright bad. Worth a read if you are caught up thus far.
  • Kavinay
    2019-08-03
    Hunh. That makes sense, but certainly not what I expected. Clever stuff from Coates and just a wonderful continuation of world/galaxy-building. My only gripe is that some of the action seems a bit drawn out, but that could just be a desire for more advancement of the intriguing meta-plot.
  • Beelzefuzz
    2019-06-20
    I kept getting bored and wondering why I was reading a comic where Na'vi from Avatar had invaded the Aquaman movie. Is that a celestial? No? okay. This was mostly lost on me until the final issue, or there was nothing here to get.
  • Adam
    2019-09-03
    Why did it feel like I was not even reading a Black Panther comic?
  • John H
    2019-09-03
    I found this one a little hard to follow. Might've helped to have read it straight through.
  • Ramon
    2019-06-29
    While I continue to enjoy this story, this arc did feel a scooch padded. I'm curious as to how long this detour will last and how it will impact the MU as a whole, and will it be worth it.
  • Nicole Westen
    2019-08-18
    Things make so much more sense after reading Shuri and this.
  • Daniel Butcher
    2019-09-01
    The awesome news is I am totally still on board and still wanting to know how this is all connected. So I am truly pulled in.
  • Iván
    2019-09-11
    La trama es de 10, pero el dibujo de Kev Walker es un bajón importante en comparación con el de Acuña del volumen anterior. El de Jen Bartel, sin embargo, es una delicia.