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Black Panther: The Most Dangerous Man Alive #527 (Spoilers)

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Stephen Day

Wrasslin' Fan

Postby Stephen Day » Tue Jan 03, 2012 9:23 pm

I loved this issue. I loved the human chess match between T'Challa and Fisk. It's so clear that the two of them are just so evenly matched. In the end, I think what gave T'Challa the edge was the fact that he can trust his allies, while Fisk can't. This is evidenced by Lady Bullseye and Typhoid Mary turning on Miyu the way that they did this issue.

The ending with Fisk ordering the Hand to engage in a full on assault on Wakanda was not what I expected, but I don't consider that to be a bad thing. I can't wait to see where this story goes. However there's also a part of me, knowing that this series has been cancelled, that doesn't want to see this story end, because then this series will be over with.
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Punchy

Staff Writer

Postby Punchy » Wed Jan 04, 2012 7:31 am

It was pretty awesome that Michael Avon Oeming drew this issue, I’m a big fan of his and it’s rare to see him on a mainstream superhero title like this one. This is a rare and beautiful thing. His art is very suitable for this book too, he knows how to use shadows, and this issue reminded me a lot of Batman: The Animated Series, which considering the debt this book owes to Batman, is high praise. This issue didn’t really move the plot forwards too much, it was more Panther and Kingpin moving their pieces around the board, but Liss did get in some great action sequences, and the ending was great, how the hell is T’Challa supposed to stop Wakanda being attacked from New York? Though I’m sad this book is ending, the finale promises to be spectacular.

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