Black Panther #57

Writer: J. Torres Artist: Ryan Bodenheim Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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The Black Panther must protect Dakenia's monarch from an assassination plot!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 16, 2003

    As far as guest issues go this one isn't all that bad, as it does earn some brownie points for bringing back Everett K. Ross, and the basic plot is fairly solid, as we see Ross has managed to hook up with another African king who brings a high degree of danger into his life. The issue also places T'Challa into a more central role in the story, and at this stage of the game it's rather fun to see Ross adjusting to the more fantastic elements that enter his life when T'Challa's around. On the other hand by setting this book in the past, it's a little difficult to get overly concerned that anything major is going occur, as we know both Ross & T'Challa survive this adventure, and nothing of real importance can occur to the people they are trying to protect, as this adventure appears to have made no real impact in the relationship that was still forming at this stage of the game between Ross & T'Challa. Still one has to love the sheer oddity factor of this issue's final pages. Read Full Review

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