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3.7 stars

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  By The Angry Comic Book Critic      Okay I'm interrupting my Silver Age Classic review series to bring you all this special bulletin. I THE ANGRY COMIC BOOK CRITIC WAS WRONG!!!! I can admit it I was highly skeptical of the Black Panther taking over Daredevil's title but after reading this issue today I'm proud to say I was wrong this comic is flat out awesome start to which I hope will be a great stint in the Daredevil comic series. Now I still feel that Elektra would have been a better choice...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Black Panther rules 1

I really enjoyed the comic.Its shows T'challa in Hell's kitchen and faces a new villain known as Vlad the Impaler.I like the art and story too,but I do miss Matt as Daredevil. T'challa is facing a new kingdom and shows to find himself.I give a 4/5 and i can't wait to read some more issues....

0 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Darkness at the break of noon 0

Written by David Liss and drawn by Francisco Francavilla, Black Panther: The Man Without Fear brings T'Challa back into the game of big guns. It was quiet unexpected that a relatively new writer will produce such a coherent story, in which, and that's my biggest surprise, minor characters are at least in ten times more interesting than Black Panther himself. This issue doesn't somehow reveals new facets of character or whatever but keeps your attention on all the people that surround him. And, t...

2 out of 4 found this review helpful.

It Makes No Sense, But It's Interesting 2

The first issue of Black Panther's descent into Hell's Kitchen poses a challenging question. What do you think of a book that is very well written but has a bad premise? Because that is what Black Panther: Man Without Fear is in a nutshell. The writing is excellent, as is the art, but but it all stumbles terribly when it actually addresses the idea of Black Panther taking over for Daredevil.  This issue does a fantastic job at immersing us and T'Challa into Hell's Kitchen, which is presented as ...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Black Panther: The Man Without Fear #1 4

T'Challa trades the wilds of Wakanda for the urban jungle of Hell's Kitchen. *Cue the Guns & Roses!!!*   The Good Really, really like this cover. The gossamer image of Daredevil is a very nice touch. Black Panther looks awesome on it and   makes me wish he had held on to his vibranium armor. The interior artwork by Francavilla's equally as strong. I'm a huge fan of his artwork on the Detective Comics Gordon backup feature and this is done in the same style. It strongly reminds of Mazzucchell...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

not the same, and not good 0

I’ve been sitting here, trying desperately to think of something positive to say about this comic. It’s been about five minutes and I’m completely stumped. Now, if you want to talk about what’s bad… Let’s start at the beginning. Matt Murdock (aka Daredevil: The Man Without Fear) has been on a downward spiral for some time now. Not just in his personal life, but in his spandex nights as well. Not in any particular order Matt has been married, committed his wife to an asylum, was almost debarred, ...

2 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Don't question...Just enjoy! 0

 Summary and scans can be viewed hereThe Good Fricking awesome cover- I’m NOT  fan of Bianchi’s art BUT the cover he turns in for this issue is just breathtakingly gorgeous. The contrast with the interiors also makes it stand out from your typical Noir/pulp comic book. Throwback- Fans of the Black Panther Batman/Christopher Priest run should be happy with these turn of events. The Art- Francavelli’s art matches the tone of the story very well. Story- The story flows seamlessly and everything...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

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