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Black Panther Man Without Fear #517 (1998)

Black Panther Man Without Fear #517 (1998)

$4.00
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by DAVID LISS
Penciled by FRANCESCO FRANCAVILLA
Cover by SIMONE BIANCHI
Thor Goes Hollywood Variant by TBA
It's a grudge match a long time coming - Luke Cage vs. T'Challa! Events are spiraling out of control for the former King of Wakanda: A serial killer is on the loose, a bloody gang war rages, and Vlad the Impaler faces a shocking family secret which only fuels his desire for revenge against the Panther! Time to check out the book that has Ain't It Cool News raving 'Liss and Francavilla are a team to be reckoned with...This is good comics.' 32 PGS.
Date Available: 04/13/2011
BONUS REVIEW by PASTOR SAM

Outside of Walking Dead, I can’t think of a book being published in recent memory where at the end of the issue I found myself thinking, “Wow, I want to know what happens next!” – until now. I’m wracking my brain trying to figure out how author David Liss is going to get out of the corner he’s written himself into. All considered, this Black Panther is the rental car that I’m not sure I want to give back when the work is done. While this particular story arc is coming to a close soon, my hope is that Liss continues to explore the supporting cast in future stories and breathes new life into an old run-down neighborhood. It’s nice to know that when Black Panther finally leaves, the place will be better than when he got there.
8 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by DAVID LISS
Penciled by FRANCESCO FRANCAVILLA
Cover by SIMONE BIANCHI
Thor Goes Hollywood Variant by TBA
It's a grudge match a long time coming - Luke Cage vs. T'Challa! Events are spiraling out of control for the former King of Wakanda: A serial killer is on the loose, a bloody gang war rages, and Vlad the Impaler faces a shocking family secret which only fuels his desire for revenge against the Panther! Time to check out the book that has Ain't It Cool News raving 'Liss and Francavilla are a team to be reckoned with...This is good comics.' 32 PGS.
Date Available: 04/13/2011
BONUS REVIEW by PASTOR SAM

Outside of Walking Dead, I can’t think of a book being published in recent memory where at the end of the issue I found myself thinking, “Wow, I want to know what happens next!” – until now. I’m wracking my brain trying to figure out how author David Liss is going to get out of the corner he’s written himself into. All considered, this Black Panther is the rental car that I’m not sure I want to give back when the work is done. While this particular story arc is coming to a close soon, my hope is that Liss continues to explore the supporting cast in future stories and breathes new life into an old run-down neighborhood. It’s nice to know that when Black Panther finally leaves, the place will be better than when he got there.
8 out of 10 Grahams
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