Black Panther Annual #1

Black Panther Annual #1

Writer: Christopher Priest, Reginald Hudlin, Don McGregor Artist: Daniel Acuna Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 21, 2018 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 11 User Reviews: 11
8.6Critic Rating
7.9User Rating

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Three legendary BLACK PANTHER writers return to Wakanda! Don McGregor's famous storyline "The Panther's Rage" has become one of the most well-respected runs in comic book history. Now, the author who redefined Wakanda for a generation is back to expand the mythos! Bearing the heart-shaped herb that defines the Panther legacy, King T'Challa leaves his beloved country for a heart-wrenching mission in the streets of New York. Then: For half a decade, comics legend Christopher Priest made his mark on the Panther. The acclaimed writer returns with an all-new story - and with it, of course, U.S. State Departmen more

  • 10
    AiPT! - David Brooke Feb 21, 2018

    Three great stories by three great creative teams. This will be a must if you liked the film. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comicosity - Doug Zawisza Feb 22, 2018

    After Black Panther Annual #1 truly is a celebration of everything Wakandan. Its not a sprawling, endless buffet, but it is a delicious sampler. Pick it up for those times when you want to read something, but youre not sure what. Pick it up because you love Black Panther. Or this dazzling trio of writers. Or both. Just pick it up and enjoy it. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Comicsverse - Maite Molina Feb 22, 2018

    BLACK PANTHER ANNUAL #1 is near-perfection to say the least. Its narratives will bring you new revelations regarding our titular hero that will make you fall in love with him even more. Read Full Review

  • 9.4
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Feb 25, 2018

    T'Challa's past, present and possible future, all presents by talented artists and classic Black Panther scribes. Well worth the cover price. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comic Crusaders - Brax Feb 22, 2018

    Black Panther Annual #1 proves the two most important features of the Black Panther character and the world of Wakanda. 1) There are still many amazing stories to be told about BP and the entire cast of characters in that world " some of whom have yet to even be created. And 2) Wakanda isn't and never was a utopia or some kind of dystopian commentary on the limitations of our trite utopian ideologies. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Newsarama - Robert Reed Feb 26, 2018

    Black Panther Annual #1 is a rewarding read for longtime Panther fans who will find something to love here. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Bleeding Cool - Joshua Davison Feb 22, 2018

    The overall product is easily recommendable. Its a fun celebration of Black Panther by some of its greatest scribes accompanied by talented artists. Given Coatessdifferent take on Panther, it would likely confuse new readers. However, an experienced follower of TChalla will find a lot to enjoy. Give it a read. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Beat - Alexander Jones Feb 21, 2018

    I enjoyed the fact his story mixed up those elements and brought out those ideas but was disappointed in how sort of pedestrian it was. Something I wasn't disappointed in was how each artistic contribution brought something wholly unique and different here. Daniel Acuna's work was majestic and wonderful while Perkins was able to really dig into the finer aspects of Priest's script and Lashley brought out the regal elements of T'Challa in his contributions. Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Chase Magnett Feb 21, 2018

    This Black Panther Annual collects three stories from three of the most significant writers to ever address the character, and each reads perfectly as being a piece of their substantial runs. Read Full Review

  • 7.6
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Feb 21, 2018

    How much Black Panther Annual #1 appeals to you as a reader may depend on how familiar you are with the different eras being referenced. Priest and Perkins' story is a great coda to a classic run, but not one that does much to stand on its own. Of the three, McGregor and Acuna's story does the best job of standing on its won two feet, while Hudlin and Lashley's tale reads like it needed a much larger platform to really breathe. Read Full Review

  • 6.0 - Roger Palmer Feb 24, 2018

    I was really hoping for something to get my teeth into following the excellent Black Panther movie, as someone who has never paid too much attention to this character, I was interested in expanding my knowledge of the Black Panther and this issue just confused me. For Black Panther readers, this might be a perfect release, but this wasn't was for me. Read Full Review

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