Black Panther #47

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Jorge Lucas Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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It's the rootin'-tootin', gun-slingin' conclusion to our weirdest yarn yet! Trapped in the Old West in the 1800's, Black Panther and company find themselves caught in Loki's latest scheme to destroy the Norse Gods! Can T'Challa, the Two-Gun Kid, Rawhide Kid and Kid Colt save the mighty Thor and stop Loki before he brings on the death of the Gods?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 14, 2002

    A very busy issue, as we have over a half-dozen guest-characters running around, and a plot involving Loki & his latest plan to destroy the gods of Asgard. There's also a magic deck of cards, a flying/dimension hopping locomotive, immorality granting golden apples, and Everett K. Ross' chance meeting with his great-grandfather. Now Christopher Priest deserves full marks for keeping all these balls in the air, and even more praise for successfully weaving his story into a fairly coherent one (provided you were paying close attention). Now the condensed nature of the issue does result in some ideas getting rather hurried resolutions, and the enchanted deck of cards acting as a means to shield T'Challa from Loki's magic was a bit too convenient for my liking. However, this issue does offer up a couple of jaw-dropper scenes, with the flying locomotive being particularly memorable, and overall it was a fun romp into an old Thor issue. Read Full Review

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