Black Panther, Book 7: The Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda, Part Two

Black Panther, Book 7: The Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda, Part Two

When a dissident from the Martian-conquered future, Erik Killraven, threatens to overthrow Wakanda, the disgraced prince must wager what little is left of his soul to save his people! And for years, the Maroons have lain dormant, planning the next stage of their rebellion. At last, it is time to strike - with a treasure hunt for unstable Vibranium! And with the Black...

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Title:Black Panther, Book 7: The Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda, Part Two
Author:Ta-Nehisi Coates
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Edition Language:English

Black Panther, Book 7: The Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda, Part Two Reviews

  • Lukas Holmes
    Is there a way to express standing ovations in this review? What Coates continues to do is just...astonishing. It's a Space Opera meets a Fantasy Epic. How he is pulling this off in the tiny confines of a comic book and its panels is just....it's amazing. Now we have the bigger picture of how we got...
  • James
    See the single issues for my reviews....
  • Lekeisha The Booknerd
    "So many Empires have fallen, so many Nations have crumbled under the egos of men."It all makes sense now. I totally forgot about Eden! And while I thought this was some kind of mind f***ery from Goddess Bast, I'm still a little bit nipped by it all. All I'm saying is, if you were perplexed by book ...
  • Dakota Morgan
    Another fun space adventure for Black Panther! I'm honestly thrilled that they've basically done away with boring old Wakanda and instead created a whole new sandbox to play in. That said, towards the end of this volume, Ta-Nehisi Coates does tie events back into the traditional Black Panther narrat...
  • Avi Grundner
    (switched to the trade after reading the first 3 issues as they came out)I found the first half of the issues in this trade hard to keep track of- which side was which, who was making alliances with whom, I think the story was a little too complex/convoluted for comic book form. And from the last tw...
  • Gary
    Loved the first stretch of this mega-arc, but this part of the story feels a bit thin, and I miss Daniel Acuna....
  • Chad
    This story is so convoluted that it's hard to make sense of. Having the same characters set thousands of years in the future in the midst of basically Star Wars is odd. Of course, it's more than likely all going to be written away as an alternate reality created by the M'Kraan crystal. (See the X-Me...
  • Alex Sarll
    Apparently there are going to be four volumes of this – about as much as Coates' first two arcs combined – which feels a little excessive, but then I suppose a space epic needs to operate on an epic scale. Plus, this time out there's the bonus of visuals from Kev Walker, who thanks to his ...

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