Black Panther #7

Black Panther #7

Writer: Ta-Nehisi Coates Artist: Chris Sprouse Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: October 19, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 9 User Reviews: 11
8.4Critic Rating
7.9User Rating

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"THE CREW" STARTS NOW!
With no one left to trust, T'Challa leans on his day ones: Luke Cage. Misty Knight. Storm. But Wakanda may be too far gone for this all-new, all different CREW...
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  • 9.5
    Graphic Policy - SHAY REVOLVER Oct 22, 2016

    Overall, Black Panther #7 was a great read that left me wanting more. Every aspect of the comic was thought out, deliberate, every word was integral to the story and the characters and, every panel was packed with detail that brought the story to life. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comicsverse - Liam Nolan Oct 18, 2016

    BLACK PANTHER #7 is a fantastic installment in the already great series. Whereas the other issues have focused mainly on the political maneuverings of T'Challa and Tetu, BLACK PANTHER #7 focuses on philosophy and action. This issue moves a lot of characters onto a collision course that threatens to tear Wakanda and the status quo apart. A lot happens in this issue, and it finallyfeels like the gloves are off. The situation in Wakanda is about to get much, much worse. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Newsarama - Robert Reed Oct 24, 2016

    Black Panther #7 benefits from a renewed sense of urgency. From the Crew's attack on Stane, to Shuri taking the lead in her quest for self-discovery, to Changamire and Tetu pleading for one another's allegiance, the issue builds momentum for the series. Chris Sprouse, Laura Martin, and Karl Story bring out each other's strengths for a visually dynamic issue that brilliantly gives life to Ta-Nehisi Coates' dramatic script. Read Full Review

  • 8.7
    Heroes Direct - Adam Fitch Oct 24, 2016

    Action comes into play big-time, and it makes a great change. Not that we're sick of the deep and meaningful elements of previous episodes, but nothing beats seeing Black Panther and friends in action. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    Black Nerd Problems - William Evans Oct 19, 2016

    A little bit slower plotting this time around and a fun reunion colors this issue. Black Panther is still building upon the movements of the seen and unseen threats to Wakanda, but it looks like at least T'Challa has some back-up. Read Full Review

  • 8.1
    IGN - Joe Ruggirello Oct 20, 2016

    This issue is merely setting the stage for bigger things, but it does so in stellar fashion. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - Matthew Sibley Oct 20, 2016

    While Black Panther has always been a worthwhile read, it's been firing on all cylinders since Zeke Stane was added as a main cast member. He's helped to show that the prose like dialogue evident in the first four issues is a Wakandan trait over part of Coates' style and that's proven further here. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Hctor A Oct 21, 2016

    Black Panther continues to be one of the more interesting books out there, it is really engaging thematically and recently it has managed to couple that with being more consistently fun. However, I found the art to be a bit lacking in this issue. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Oct 24, 2016

    All in all this issue was very uneven. The T'challa part was awesome. The Dajia partwas neat. The whole revolutionary part was weird and like last arc came off preachy.The weird part is, is I don't exactly know what he was trying to preach about. It is likeseeing a man on a soapbox on the corner yelling something but he is talking in adifferent language, a language I do not understand. As always the art is really good thisissue so hopefully this whole revolution part can get done and over with because it isterrible. Read Full Review

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