Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet

This graphic novel was spectacular and Spiderman was not even in it. Not only was the illustration new and fresh but the story, as most Black Panther stories are, was riveting. It is a real page-turner as you try to see how T’Challa (The current Black Panther’s real name for those who do not know) handles his obstacles that attack him in every way seemingly possible and how long he can manage to keep his resolve. Things are changing harshly in Wakanda and T’Challa must learn fast that simply being The Black Panther is not enough to save his people and country, so he must learn to be a true King. Unfortunately, time is against the Panther and his enemies are growing smarter and stronger. Can the Black Panther save all he loves before it’s too late or has he already reached the deadline?

By Martice D.

Black Panther

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