Black Panther #48

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Sal Velluto Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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"Death of the Black Panther" begins here! How can T'Challa defeat an inoperable brain aneurysm? He can't!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 20, 2002

    This issue benefits tremendously for its deceptively simple revelation that the second Black Panther is from the future and not the past. As such we see T'Challa is now a character who has learned not only how he's going to die, but with the presence of the brain disorder he also knows that the time he's has left is finite. I mean with this single plot twist Christopher Priest has turned this book completely upside-down, and with the big status quo shift that is set to hit in a couple months, one is left with come very big questions, such as why the future version of the character decided to present himself as coming from the past, and how is Queenie going to deal with the fact that she played a role in the death of T'Challa. Now I'm aware that the Black Panther is penciled into the lineup of Geoff Johns' "Avengers", but thanks to this issue, one is left to question if it'll be T'Challa under the mask in that title, and if it is how long will it be before he begin what is essentially h Read Full Review

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