Black Panther #3

Writer: Reginald Hudlin Artist: John Romita Jr. Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 13, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
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"Who Is the Black Panther?" Part 3 of 6
Many years ago, Klaw killed the reigning Black Panther – but not without a price. Learn how he did it... as he readies himself for the death of T'Challa!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 19, 2005

    While I miss his work over on Spider-Man, John Romita Jr. is an extremely good match for this title as the Black Panther is a character who is very similar to Spider-Man when it comes to his fighting style, and John Romita Jr. has more than proven he's capable of delivering visually arresting battle sequences where the lead character is in constant motion, and I can't wait for the Black Panther to step out of the background, as the players that are being arrayed against him promise to deliver a very exciting battle. Now this issue opens with a great little sequence where the Rhino pits himself against his counterpart in the animal kingdom, and the art also compellingly sells the intensity of the assassination later in this issue. The nation of Wakanda is also full of some lovely bits of Kirby-tech which is another area that John Romita Jr. has proven to be quite adept at delivering. There's also a hilarious if somewhat crude bit of humour, as the Black Knight's steed expresses its f Read Full Review

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