Black Panther #59

Writer: Christopher Priest Artist: Patrick Zircher Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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Max Anthony has been abducted by the 66 Bridges gang, and Kevin Cole doesn't know where to start looking, even as the Black Panther! Good thing he's got one of the Marvel Universe's best trackers on hand - the Falcon!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 21, 2003

    I must confess I was completely lost during the scene at the funeral where Kasper Cole converses with his crew, but other than this little panic inducing moment, I was able to follow the action quite easily. This issue is a fairly engaging team-up between Kasper Cole & the Falcon, as we see the two join forces to locate a missing child, and their conflicting approaches and Kasper's lack of experience in the hero game makes for some nicely realized moments of tension. The book also manages to convey a very real debate regarding the two different styles, as one can't deny that Kasper's brutality does get results, but then again the question of how far he's willing to go to achieve a goal does add a nice sense of uncertainty to the character's actions. There's also some wonderful moments of interaction, such as the opening exchange between Kasper & the White Wolf, and the final conversation that Kasper has with T'Challa is equally impressive. I do have some serious reservations about the Read Full Review

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