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Marvel's Black Panther Prelude #2020

Marvel s Black Panther Prelude Wakanda The most technologically advanced nation in the world is protected by the mighty BLACK PANTHER Before this fall s BLACK PANTHER film learn how T CHALLA became the legendary hero of Wakanda in

  • Title: Marvel's Black Panther Prelude
  • Author: Will Corona Pilgrim Annapaola Martello
  • ISBN: 9781302909420
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Paperback
  • Marvel's Black Panther Prelude By Will Corona Pilgrim Annapaola Martello, Wakanda The most technologically advanced nation in the world is protected by the mighty BLACK PANTHER Before this fall s BLACK PANTHER film, learn how T CHALLA became the legendary hero of Wakanda in this ALL NEW, NEVER BEFORE TOLD tale set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe See how the mantle was passed to the future king, in a time when super heroes were just emergingWakanda The most technologically advanced nation in the world is protected by the mighty BLACK PANTHER Before this fall s BLACK PANTHER film, learn how T CHALLA became the legendary hero of Wakanda in this ALL NEW, NEVER BEFORE TOLD tale set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe See how the mantle was passed to the future king, in a time when super heroes were just emerging in the larger world COLLECTING MARVEL S BLACK PANTHER PRELUDE 1 2, TBD

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    1 thought on “Marvel's Black Panther Prelude

    1. This prelude is okay, I mean I was so intrigued by the movie yes I watched the movie first and this prelude is just contained the minor plotline I expected tho, for the prelude.

    2. This book collects several Black Panther stories told through the years featuring.The first story is a two issue tale meant as a prelude to the Black Panther movie The story establishes the cinematic relationship between T Challa and his father T Chaka, king of Wakanda The father is passing the Black Panther mantel to his son T Challa uses his skills well defending their hidden country and its citizens abroad I don t think I learned much about the characters or where the movie is going The story [...]

    3. Not gonna lie after reading this, I m actually kind of excited for the Black Panther movie I wasn t originally because the trailers don t show much story they mostly seem like, Oooh look how cool the Black Panther is Check out these special effects However, it s the MCU, so excepting Thor Ragnorak , I have a decent amount of trust in them to produce a quality movie However, reading this prelude and learning a bit about the character now I m genuinely looking forward to it The first couple of co [...]

    4. This is by far the best Black Panther comic I ve read, and I know I haven t read many When it comes to the MCU Prelude comics, very few manage to tell a well rounded story and pull it off, but this one actually does The timeline of this story takes place after the events of Iron Man, and we see T Challa has been the Black Panther for about a week This one definitely packs a punch when it comes to the action, and whilst the artwork is decent, it fails to capture the likenesses of the actors Also, [...]

    5. An unnecessary comic Poorly written Cliched and shallow This is an example of Marvel exploiting a product sales opportunity that does not drive story, character, or brand I ll skip the rest of the cinematic universe preludes.

    6. Again another great and quick read before Black Panther the movie came out I love that I got to see of T Chaka, and his relationship to T Challa This is a great read before the movie comes out Seriously is BlackPanther OUT YETI m so ready for this movie to be HERE

    7. I loved the actual prelude story, but it was a fraction of the book Come on, Marvel you can do way better than this.

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