The Deadliest Of The Species Part Six last edited by pikahyper on 11/15/18 07:58AM View full history

“Deadliest of the Species, Part 6” It all comes down to this: The new Black Panther versus Morlun -- Devourer of Totems – in a fight to the finish. Cover-to-cover action, with the fate of Wakanda, T’Challa and Storm hanging in the balance.

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Full circle 0

 See the scans and summary hereThe Good The cover was a big improvement over the last, illustrating a battle between Morlun and Shuri. The art and color courtesy of Ken Lashley and Paul Mounts respectively are still top notch and give the book a distinctive feel. The defeat of Morlun was a bit predictable but still satisfactory given the magnitude of the threat and the need to save both the king and queen’s life. Shuri and the love of S&T were the main highlights along with the knowledge...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

New Black Panther's Storyline End is Satisfactory 0

     Despite the issues in the New Black Panther being annoyingly short, the new series is fun, with good emphasis on the two unique factors that makes BP one of the best heroes around--being a monarch of a realistic African nation, and being a God-appointed leader in every sense of the world.  With T'Challah in a coma and the Dori Mijore dead, Princess Shuri (BP's sister) is entertaining as her own feisty personality provides a unique spin on the BP persona.    For anyone who hasn't read the ot...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

New and Old 0

A hero willing to sacrifice themselves is one of the better moves of character development that is common within comics, and while it is a plot device that doesn't usually actually bear any actual burden (as heroes rarely die, and even those that do don't stay dead) it is still pretty effective. This issue succeeds in part of that as a back drop, but the story ends up being woven together fairly strongly at the end as well as the two groups of heroes finally find their way together. The resol...

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