Black Panther Vol. 3 #4

Writer: Reginald Hudlin Artist: John Romita Jr. Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 27, 2005

    I'm a big fan of John Romita Jr., and as such, it's no real surprise that I love his work on this series. He's given ample opportunity to show off how perfectly suited he is to a title when the writing calls for high intensity action. How can one not love the panels where the Rhino charges his way through the Wakandan defences? There's also a lovely moment where the Black Knight takes down a fighter jet. The art also manages to do a wonderful job when it comes to the deeply unsettling scene where the Radioactive Man emerges from his chamber, as his expression when he makes his first kill perfectly sells how detached this character has become when it comes to the act of murder. The Black Panther also gets a nice little sequence as the character gets the opportunity to make one of those heroic arrivals, and the follow up scene where he tries to let the child know he's not a god is also quite effective, thanks in large part of the look of utter devotion that is etched on the face of Read Full Review

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