Black Panther #46

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Jorge Lucas Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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Caught in a temporal loop by King Solomon's brass frogs, the Black Panther and company suddenly find themselves in Alberdene, Texas- in the year 1875! And as if that weren't bad enough, they're trapped with no apparent means to get home! Guest starring Blaze of Glory's Rawhide Kid, Kid Colt, and The Two-Gun Kid! It's rip-roarin', rootin'-tootin' action at the OK Corral! Yee haw, y'all!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 3, 2002

    The Black Panther takes it's show on the road, as Christopher Priest pretty much packs up his entire cast and tosses them into the Old West, and just to show that this is a typical Black Panther adventure, we see even this rather simple time-travel premise is complicated by the addition of a trio of time-lost characters from another title, and a nice case of identity confusion as we now have two versions of Ross to counterbalance the two Black Panthers. Still even without the political intrigue, and mental chess that are normally mainstays of this series, this issue is a solid opening adventure in what looks to be a memorable trip to Marvel's Wild West. We also get a fairly solid selection of visitors, as in addition to the regular heroes from this period in Marvel continuity, there's also a secondary plot that has key information fall into the hands of a dastardly villain long before they're suppose to know. The art is also a nice match for the period that this story is set. Read Full Review

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