blueecho's Black Panther #5 - The Deadliest Of The Species Part Five review

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Balance achieved

This issue is the first where the narrative of this series seems to catch up to itself as the sub-plots start to coalesce into something bigger. The two main heroes are still trapped in the near-death dreamworld, and the remainder of the heroes prepare to battle the villain who is attacking Wakanda. The balance between these two elements finally makes the story much more streamlined, as the rest of the story which was evident earlier (political drama) hits the back burner as the action ramps up. The end of issue reveal is what people have probably been waiting for since the first issue cover as well.

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