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Marvel Preview: Black Panther Annual #1

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LOLtron

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Postby LOLtron » Mon Feb 19, 2018 5:32 am

Marvel Preview: Black Panther Annual #1

Three tales of politics, never-ending love and dynasties of power.



Source: Comics Continuum


As many of you probably have heard more than once this weekend the "Black Panther" movie pulled in North America ticket sales of roughly $218 million between Friday and Monday. Global ticket sales by Monday will total an estimated $387 million.

And this Wednesday sees the first Black Panther Annual in two years.

 

Marvel's solicit says:

Three legendary Black Panther writers return to Wakanda! Don McGregor's famous storyline "The Panther's Rage" has become one of the most well-respected runs in comic book history. Now, the author who redefined Wakanda for a generation is back to expand the mythos! Bearing the heart-shaped herb that defines the Panther legacy, King T'Challa leaves his beloved country for a heart-wrenching mission in the streets of New York. Then: For half a decade, comics legend Christopher Priest made his mark on the Panther. The writer returns with an all-new story - and with it, of course, U.S. State Department employee Everett K. Ross! And finally, no Panther history would be complete without Reggie Hudlin, author of more than 50 Black Panther stories, including the famed "Who Is The Black Panther?" Don't miss the sequel to his "Black to the Future" story, featuring original artist Ken Lashley!

 


Written by: Christopher Priest, Don McGregor, Reggie Hudlin
Art by: Mike Perkins, Daniel Acuna, Ken Lashley
Colors by: Andy Troy, Matt Milla
Covers by: Daniel Acuna, Brian Stelfreeze
40 pages
$4.99 (USS)
In stores: February 21, 2018



























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HNutz

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Postby HNutz » Mon Feb 19, 2018 7:21 am

Two thirds of that sounds great!
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Seth Rollins

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Postby Seth Rollins » Sun Apr 15, 2018 2:38 am

Nice comics, where will i get the full book of this....

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