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Luke Cage guest stars as T’Challa’s new adventure in NYC continues! The former King of Wakanda has sworn to protect the mean streets of Hell’s Kitchen, and while battling the mob is one thing, how does he stop a killer targeting innocent people? It’s a deadly game of cat-and-mouse, as T’Challa hunts ruthless new crime lord Vlad the Impaler, while Vlad concocts a desperate and bloody scheme to entrap the mysterious new vigilante that’s ruining his plans. T’Challa learns what it really means to be a man without fear.

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Forget continuity! 0

Scans and Summary here     The Good The noir feel for this book is spot on from the art to the story everything screams Noir. The tale continues to unfold organically although some parts are a bit cliché if not predictable. The tale has enough layers that at least a years worth of stories can come from this setting.   The Bad If you are still waiting fro a logical explanation as to why T’challa is here….don’t bother to pick this up because you won’t get one. If you don’t like Noir…stay away ...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

This Book Is Supposed To Be Bad. Did No One Tell It? 0

Black Panther has his first direct clash against the new crime boss taking over Hell's Kitchen in a confrontation that Black Panther is left the worse for. It is a humbling story for our hero and one that sells our new villain as a credible opponent.  In impressively short order, David Liss has established an environment and supporting cast for Black Panther's life in Hell Kitchen so strong that in only the second issue of his run he can throw in major changes to it that work. Revelations about ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Neither here nor There 0

By The Angry Comic Book Critic      Well this was....disappointing to say the most it wasn't bad or anything it's just that it wasn't as good as the last issue in other words the cat lost it's claws. I honestly don't know what to say about this comic it wasn't bad or good it was just kind of okay there was very little plot movement to the issue and it gave us a pointless cameo and the death of a character who was just introduced last issue so what was the point of this issue anyway? I mean the a...

3 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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