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Black Panther #13

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Based on 4 critic ratings.

Removed from the Avengers, exiled from Wakanda, and on his own against a threat with deep ties to his past, T’Challa is at the end of the line.

In order to stop this new group of terrorists, Black Panther and his ragtag group of allies get caught up in a heated battle against the Avengers themselves, who are determined to make T’Challa understand that he’s been benched.

But the battle’s not lost yet – not when an unexpected ally arrives at the fray to stand at T’Challa’s side!

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24 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90


    Everything thread from the previous issues is starting to come together as ‘Black Panther’ begins the countdown to its very near final issue, putting the former King of Wakanda into a tight spot with former allies & former enemies. An action-packed yet powerfully emotional issue rife with great character beats and some very slick artwork that moves around the page easily.

  • 70

    First Comics News

  • 67

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: I usually try to stay positive when I review comics. Every new comic is a new piece of creativity given to the world and opinions are subjective. With that in mind, I don’t like this storyline or this issue of it. It feels off on characterization, motivation and quality. You have a character who is a master tactician with resources that are at times unimaginable and yet is surprised by an attack from an Avengers team that he previously revealed he’s been studying for years (in the same arc mind you) to the point of knowing how they attack and how to stop them. The fight between T’Challa and Steve was laughably bad and even the surprise at the end can’t save a story that continues to limp towards the inevitable conclusion of sidelining T’Challa and elevating another character.

    The Art: Peralta delivers great art in the issue. There are some visually engaging dramatic scenes in the issue, but even great art can’t save a bad story.

  • 60

    T’Challa is driven to fix the massive problems he caused, but the Avengers just won’t let him be great. Seeing Gentle and Tosin side-by-side with their glowing Wakandan tattoos makes me want to see them together in a team-up book someday. A very brief Black Panther vs. Captain America fight is interrupted by the most unlikely suspect to ever come to Black Panther’s aid. Now I want to hear how this treaty between the two countries came to be.

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