Black Panther #9

Writer: John Ridley Artist: German Peralta Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: September 7, 2022 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 5
7.9Critic Rating
7.8User Rating

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"RANGE WARS" PART ONE!
Black Panther has returned to the Avengers, but after the recent events in Wakanda, Captain America isn't convinced T'Challa's head is in the game. When a dangerous new galactic interloper called the Colonialist arrives to take over the Earth, T'Challa will be tested like never before!
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  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Tim Adams Sep 7, 2022

    German Peralta joins as artist, and his pairing with Jesus Aburtov and Joe Sabino cements this arc as a visual delight. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Sep 7, 2022

    Peralta delivers some exciting visuals in the issue. The characters look great and there are some great action beats that catch the eye.  Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    COMICON - Scott Redmond Sep 14, 2022

    ‘Black Panther' turns the page and enters a new very strange chapter following the very tense dramatic thriller that opened this latest series for the former king of Wakanda. A new artistic creative team brings some interesting life to this series and brings great energy that helps this story sail along. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Weird Science Marvel Comics - mrgabehernandez Sep 8, 2022

    Black Panther #9 is either a brilliant approach to social commentary or a happy accident from a writer whose completely out of ideas. Either way, the new arc starts off with a bang that will leave you scratching your head. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Hailey Sep 7, 2022

    Very much needed change of pace for this book, actually feels focused in T'challa ironically since it also plays like an Avengers issue... And actually good one.

  • 9.0
    Amazing Psycamorean Sep 27, 2022

    Valiant Son does what so many people do when they overtly don't like something but don't want to be called out for it. They pretend like there is any world where they'd be okay with a satire of things they like. In this case, misogyny and colonialism. Just a quick look through Valiant Son's reviews, they're extremely biased towards any sort of progressive narrative. They are right that this is on the nose, but frankly, it's better that way. The Colonialist is a very creepy villain outside of any of the things it says, but that additional factor of being openly awful only adds to what is a really neat villain. I really hope the political-critique version of negging that Valiant Son is so adept at doesn't become normalized. It's very obnoxiou more

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  • 3.0
    Valiant Son Sep 11, 2022

    T'Challa speaks for the reader on p.7, when he says, "There is none of this about which I am feeling good at all."

    If Ridley wishes to write a story that is an allegory of European colonialism (with a side serving of fourth-rate sloganeering feminist critique - the female characters surrounding the antagonist being described as, "...my many beautiful objectifications, who are lovingly misogynized."), then I have no problem. It would be nice, however, if he could do it without being so horrendously obvious and on-the-nose. The antagonist is called, 'The Colonialist' and calls the four Avengers, 'Aryan King' (Thor); 'Jingo Commando' (Captain America); 'Commander Hottie' (Captain Marvel); and 'Negro Feline' (Black Panther). This is more

  • 9.0
    Lock Sep 12, 2022

  • 8.0
    wesshamu Sep 24, 2022

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