Tag: Black Panther

BLACK PANTHER: FOUR THE HARD WAY

Written by Reginald Hudlin Drawn by Francis Portela Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: BLACK PANTHER: CIVIL WAR Following the events of Marvel’s Civil War, Black Panther and Storm remain in America overseeing the rebuilding of the Wakandan Embassy in New York and end up being invited by Mr. Fantastic and The Invisible Woman to take…

BLACK PANTHER: CIVIL WAR

Written by Reginald Hudlin Drawn by Scot Eaton, Manuel Garcia, Koi Turnball, Marcus To Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: Black Panther: The Bride by Reginald Hudlin & Scot Eaton This particular story arc features the immediate aftermath of the epic wedding of Black Panther and Storm. They go off on their honeymoon, but plans get…

BLACK PANTHER: BAD MUTHA

Written by Reginald Hudlin Drawn by Scot Eaton Inked by Klaus Johnson Published by Marvel Comics Previously: X-MEN/BLACK PANTHER: WILD KINGDOM This is the 2nd full series arc, which ran through Black Panther #10-13. The main premise is Black Panther teaming up with Luke Cage. It opens with a recap of Cage’s origin as we…

X-MEN/BLACK PANTHER: WILD KINGDOM

Written by Reginald Hudlin and Peter Milligan Drawn by Salvador Larroca and David Yardin Inked by Danny Miki, Allen Martinez, and Jay Leisten Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: BLACK PANTHER #7 by Reginald Hudlin & Trevor Hairsine “Wild Kingdom” is a 4-part crossover between X-Men and Black Panther. I’ll try to keep spoilers to a…

IF I COULD BUY THE FANTASTIC FOUR. . .

Art by John Byrne, colorist unknown So the story broke last week, thanks to Rich Johnston at Bleedingcool.com, that Disney/Marvel is apparently so upset about the fact that Fox Studios owns the complete film rights to the Fantastic Four (& apparently will own them in perpetuity, as long as they keep making a new film…

MY 10 FAVORITE SUPERHEROES

Yeah, that’s right. I’m a grown man who reads comic-books. So? 1)THE ORIGINAL CAPTAIN MARVEL I think I saw this character in the cartoons first & then later in live-action TV series, before ever reading a comic-book. But it automatically appealed to me. I’d already been interested in Greek mythology, so that was an interesting…