the_angry_comic_book_critic's Black Panther: The Man Without Fear #514 - Urban Jungle, Part 2 review

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Neither here nor There

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 art was still good and the dialog was realistic but something was just missing from this comic that the last issue had well might as well dive in and review this for what it's worth
     Okay the Story picks up with Vlad the Impaler's son trying to set up the Black Panther with a fake mugging but the panther was already on to there little trick and appears asking them is there done with their childish game....wow that is sad when as a criminal your so pathetic that your actually compared to a child because of how foolish your antics are. Okay back to it I guess panther beats the shit out of Vlad's son and his henchmen yadda yadda yadda same old stick. So Vlad decides to try to bait the Panther his own way by Staging a bank robbery right next to the Panther's business which he found out....somehow long story short Vlad ends up blowing up a roof top in his battle with the panther killing one of T'challa's friends and co workers. Okay I think I know what the problem with this comic is it's missing the perspectives of the hero and the Villain that was what made the last issue great this one was just lack luster without that core element to the story telling.
       I'm the Angry Comic Book Critic and this one gets the stamp of approval till the next time.
 
Black Panther The Man Without Fear #514
CERTIFIED Meh....

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