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Black Panther / Re: What If? Priest continued writing Panther
« on: December 12, 2006, 09:45:58 pm »
I am glad hudlin understands what we want as customers.
The same could be said of Priest. Thing is, Hudlin and Priest had different target audiences.
1. no anuerisms
I didn't mind it too much because its not one of those things that has to effect a character on a regular basis. Panther could go many years without ever suffering an attack.
2. no BP getting his ass kicked in his own book
I never thought this complaint applied to Priest's run; BP was never stronger, smarter or more regal than under his pen.
3. no bulsh*t kimg lear rip off stories
Huh?
4. no BP turning villain
Different strokes, I suppose. I'd love to see BP turn villain, then redeem himself at some later time. But he should always flirt with the dark side. Always be in danger of going too far. I think that sort of stuff is interesting.
5. No BP losing the title of chieftain to killmonger in a fight he was supposed to WIN  ::)
Killmonger was one of the more boring BP villains. All he has going for him is Panther never beat him.

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Black Panther / Re: panther screenshot from Marvel ulitmate Alliance game
« on: October 11, 2006, 01:04:08 am »
;)

i'm glad panther will be in the game.
my mission will be to unlock him first!
ASAP!

C/S

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Black Panther / Re: BLACK PANTHER #23
« on: October 05, 2006, 02:36:23 pm »
BLACK PANTHER #23
Written by REGINALD HUDLIN
Penciled by TBD
Cover by MIKE DEODATO
CIVIL WAR TIE-IN
“FOREIGN AFFAIRS”
Part 1 (of 3)
Alarmed by the Civil War that’s rocking the U.S., T’Challa and Storm decide to get off the sidelines and get involved.
Whose side are they on?
32 PGS./Rated T+ ...$2.99


Is that supposed to be BP on the cover? If so, yuck! That looks like Dare Devil or some other kind of devil in black. But I do like the concept.



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Whitewash Jones.

LMAO! What a name...you can tell the creators weren't even trying with that one.

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Honestly, I think she just didn't like that he had 'black' in the name. She didn't actually read the comic, just happened to glance through it. It was something like 10-12 years ago so I'm hazy on the details.

Yeah, your mom is funny that way. I tell her that all the time. Just last night I was telling her she's prejudgemental, but you know your mom...she wasn't trying to hear it. But not wanting to go to bed with anything bothering her on her mind she conceeded so we could get to more...enjoyable activities. ;)

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Black Panther / Re: BP - 22 ***spoiler alert*** maybe
« on: September 01, 2006, 08:30:08 pm »

We'll see how Hudlin does. Believe it or not, I hope he does a good job.



Yeah...really feeling the love in your sig.

*Looks at sig* Oh, that old thing? I'll probably have to change it since certain continuity issues have been "corrected" making it so Marvel's BP page does reflect Hudlins continuity (as well as the continuity of previous BP authors). The "corrections" don't fix everything just yet, but there may be more to come. We'll see.

Back on topic though. If BP ties IM, as I predict, how will BP fans feel? I don't mind a ties in general, and especially not in this case; BP and IM are in the same league, IMO. Neither should beat the other (except when the victor has the advantage of preparation), and neither of them should EVER out right whoop the other.



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Black Panther / Re: BP - 22 ***spoiler alert*** maybe
« on: September 01, 2006, 05:56:05 am »
I thought the battle between Iron man and BP in the last series was boring. In fact, Enemy of the State II was the WORST story arc of the last series. Too wordy, way to complicated and it seemed like nothing actually happened.

Different strokes for different folks. I thought BP fighting IM physically, economically, and intellectually proved how great a hero T'Challa really is. He's not just some brute, he'll destroy you without laying a finger on you. Hell, he won't even be in your hemisphere.

We'll see how Hudlin does. Believe it or not, I hope he does a good job.


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Black Panther / Re: BP - 19
« on: August 31, 2006, 09:43:01 pm »
Considering that he also thinks I'm a white guy....I'm thinking he's actually from an alternate reality. You know, like Sliders, only retarded. 

LMAO!

Its funny, though. Just as the continuity complaints were dying down due to recent changes/corrections, this happens. Hudlin just get it right. Well, thats not true. He has his audience. They don't mind anything he does.
Hey look, I'm part of his audience. I buy the comic monthly, and I'll buy this one too, I'm sure. I just treat this sort of thing the way I treated the Confederacy of Dunces storyline in Marvel Knights Punisher; character consistency was bent for the sake of the story. I'm just a bit curious as to why nearly every white character, and absolutely every white villain, has been a cross-burning racist in this book. I'm not mad about it, just curious.

I applaud your intellectual honesty. There is a certain part of his audience that doesn't acknowledge any error in Hudlin's writing. Buy and love the book, if you want, but lets not pretend there are no racist villains of Panther. Or time line issues for that matter.

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Black Panther / Re: BP - 19
« on: August 31, 2006, 09:36:00 pm »
Considering that he also thinks I'm a white guy....I'm thinking he's actually from an alternate reality. You know, like Sliders, only retarded. 

LMAO!

Its funny, though. Just as the continuity complaints were dying down due to recent changes/corrections, this happens. Hudlin just get it right. Well, thats not true. He has his audience. They don't mind anything he does.

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Black Panther / Re: BP - 19
« on: August 31, 2006, 09:28:49 pm »
Quote
*Will now dismiss everything this guy says*

sorry but I can't let hypocrites have free reign in the forum. But you are entitled your opinion,I am just not going to agree with you :o

I don't know what makes you think me a hypocrite, but for you to say you didn't see any racism in BP's villains is ridiculous. Then you knock someone for typing "crap about racist villians plaguing black panther" when the person you're defending does just that all the time...I don't know what to say... Maybe you're just really young or something.
 

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Black Panther / Re: BP - 19
« on: August 31, 2006, 09:23:50 pm »
and how stupid you sound typing crap about racist villians plaguing black panther :D

You're talking about Hudlin, right?

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Black Panther / Re: BP - 19
« on: August 31, 2006, 09:20:00 pm »
Try living in the real world. I am sure you are caucasian that is why you would pick up on something so trivial. Most caucasian males have been bred to have a "hero" complex, they have been bred that they must save the world, or first world, but that is another post. I didn't see anything racist about any of the villians, the fact that you do seems to indicate that is what you are looking for.

*Will now dismiss everything this guy says*

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Black Panther / Re: BP - 19
« on: August 31, 2006, 09:11:54 pm »
Actually, Doom has had "anti-heroic" tendencies for years, if not decades. They established way back when that he was actually a very effective ruler, if an overly autocratic and arrogant one. Doom considering himself superior to T'Challa is to be expected; Doom considering whites superior (intellectually or otherwise) is quite a deviation from the norm. Doom has more than enough unpleasant personality quirks and sinister agendas to make him an effective villain without bending him into yet another "racist white man" cariacature. I have to say, I'm actually rather disappointed to hear this. It just seems like a lazy way to start a problem between the two, when there are more than enough other reasons for it to happen. We're talking about a man with the intellect and power to make a realistic grab for control of the world, and the will to do so, believing every step of the way that what he's doing is for the world's own good.

Before the government and news media had everyone wetting themselves over terrorism, Doom was a frighteningly zealous, seemingly unstoppable force. Everytime you thought he was dead, it turned out to be a robot or something. He had an invention for damn near everything, and more well-laid plans than Batman.

But now we need him to be a racist too? Sad.
C/S

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Black Panther / Re: BP - 19
« on: August 31, 2006, 08:59:43 pm »
question for you and happypants, has doom ever interacted or talked about africans before in comics.

I don't know. But I've never seen him depicted as a racist, and now that I have,*Oompa Loompa voice* I don't like the look of it. Racism isn't Doom's thing. Delusions of grandure, and megalomania are. Now Red Skull on the other hand, is and should always be portrayed as a racist.

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Black Panther / Re: BP - 19
« on: August 31, 2006, 08:51:08 pm »
Whoa, why the need for the unncessary jab HappyPantsPanther?

A few reasons:

1. It's the truth. Many on this board don't let things like inconsistancy in behaivior, or plot bother them. I'm not among them.
2. I thought it was funny. I do realize I'm probably alone there.
3. I dislike Hudlin's Doom.

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