This title comes to a very satisfying end as Black Panther outwits the Kingpin and rediscovers himself. I had suspected that Miyu was working for the Panther, but I had not guessed that it would actually be Shuri, that was a cool reveal. Once that was revealed, Fisk’s defeat was inevitable really. This has been a good series and whilst I’m sad to see it finish, it was always going to be a finite concept and T’Challa was always going to head back to Wakanda to be King, so it’s good that it came to an end in a way that felt natural, rather than because Shuri got killed or some other forced motivation that hit the reset button. I think that this run really made me a fan of Black Panther, whereas before I liked him, but wasn’t really fussed, this made him a true Marvel hero with the feet of clay, and I loved it. I hope Liss gets another shot at a series soon, because he kicked ass with this one. He and Martinbrough made a great team, perhaps on Wolverine? He’s already proven he can write Ninjas.