This book continues to be awesome, and the introduction of Shawn Martinbrough as the new artist only makes it better. I’ve been a fan of Martinbrough for a while, and he’s the perfect fit for this book, he does great shadows, and in many ways his art is like a cross between the two previous Black Panther artists, Francavilla and Palo. The story of this issue is not complicated, Black Panther tries to protect a Wakandan national from being assassinated by the Kingpin’s goons, but Liss and Martinbrough tell the story very stylishly, and I continue to love how methodical T’Challa’s inner monologue is, you really get a feel for just how competent and awesome this guy is. It’s also great to see Lady Bullseye and Typhoid Mary show up. While Daredevil is off having fun and not fighting his usual villains, it’s great that Black Panther is fighting them in his stead.