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Black Panther / Re: the big day tomorrow..ready?
« on: July 27, 2006, 07:18:36 am »
i did it.

i got someone to give me $5 today and after work i went to the comic book store and purchased my issue #18 (aka the wedding invite) book.


i'm a happy black man.
i also picked up the free CSN leaflets... i luv free comic shop news leaflets.

i'll be buying the rest of my comics this weekend.

I'll be purchasing my copy at approximately 11:30pm today.

At approximately 11:40pm today, there will be at least two happy black men on the planet.


The time: 10:38pm

The situation: sinjection. At home, perspiring lightly on a very warm, humid day. In his possession: one issue of Storm #6 and one issue of Black Panther #18

The status: sinjection, like the mighty Mastrmynd, is "a happy black man".

Potential problem: Getting fingerprints on cover of Black Panther #18. I may have to buy another issue (for collector's purposes), as a result.

Be that as it may, I've still got my books and I'm still smilin' 

Black Panther / Re: priest is back
« on: July 27, 2006, 07:15:56 am »
oh yea the falcon limited series is also one of the best limited series marvel produced in the 80s even had us thinking falcon was a mutant for a while.

Was that the series featuring the rich blonde lady that Falcon nearly collided with while executing a power dive?

Black Panther / Re: World Tour Arc
« on: July 27, 2006, 06:37:49 am »
Dropping in quick to say...

Mm, change is in the air Panther fans. Us Storm folks are invading muahahhaha. Nah, Just playing.

Did anyone else notice that Scot Eaton is leaving? Or was it just me?  :-\

You "Storm folks" aren't "invading". You're merging  Afterall, now that the lovely Ororo is married to King T'Challa, you "Storm folks" are family  ;)

Ahhhhh, but the RoLo faithful....

Once those RoLos accept the fact any sensual roll of thunder in the distance they might hear in the future is not the sound of "Kendall Munroe" under construction but is more likely heralding the arrival of a brand-spanking new "T'Charming" Royal Wakandan bundle of Joy, they'll be just fine  :)

I hope Mr. Eaton is simply taking a well-deserved vacation following what I anticipate will be a masterstroke of artistic genius in Black Panther #18.

Black Panther / Re: New Avengers 22
« on: July 27, 2006, 06:27:14 am »

I've heard that Wonder Man is a definite member and rumor is that Ares will be too.  That ups the power quotion.

The addition of Wonder Man would certainly accomplish that (giving the new team a legit heavy hitter...not that Cage is a lightweight by any means), but Ares gives one cause to pause. If this is the same Ares I'm thinking of - Olympian God of War and malcontent supreme - could he ever really be trusted to be a team player?

Black Panther / Re: Black Panther 18 The Wedding (SPOILERS)
« on: July 26, 2006, 07:09:38 pm »
Man...this thread is SPOILERRIFIC.
if anyone reads this thread before reading the new issue, then it's THEIR FAULT.

i can't contain myself any longer!




Will definitely purchase my copy on the morrow.

Black Panther / Re: Captain America and Black Panther
« on: July 26, 2006, 07:05:56 pm »
You know how these "friendly" super-hero "contest" tilts usually go.

The combatants involved usually have the utmost respect for one another. They have no malice for one another, but at the same time, they "regretfully" relish the opportunity to test their abilities against those of their respected peers.

In both fights, the contests between T'Challa and Cap were written so that both men seemed conflicted and inhibited. Neither hero could bring his full abilities to bear against the other. Still, even at less than their best, both heroes were compelled to keep on their toes because of the fighting prowess of the other.

T'Challa narrowly lost each time. Both times, Cap said something like, "I'm sorry old friend." T'Challa replied with, "It's okay Captain. It was an unfair contest...etc..."  He then urged Cap to fight on and discover the true meaning why the heroes had been gathered to fight one another.

You know. The usual sort of "good guy super-hero thing"  ;)

Black Panther / Re: New Avengers 22
« on: July 26, 2006, 10:34:17 am »
Spoiler related material to follow.......

........ This potential lineup does look intriguing. You're right about that b-zulu. Adding Cloak and Dagger to the team could be a major plus.

Black Panther / Re: New Avengers 22
« on: July 26, 2006, 10:11:22 am »
Those of you not wanting knowledge of the "minor spoiler", please read no further  :) .......

.......Now then, "Cage, Falcon, Cap and Daredevil"? With that lineup as it is, the "Mighty Avengers" don't look so "Mighty".

Black Panther / Re: Captain America and Black Panther
« on: July 26, 2006, 05:22:12 am »
To the best of my knowledge, Captain America and T'Challa have squared off against one another two times. On both occassions, it was a "Contest Of Champions" situation.

The first "Contest" was arranged by a character called the Grandmaster. The reason he did so was as a means of forcing "Death" to restore a character called the Collector (who happens to be the Grandmaster's brother), to life. The second "Contest" was a ruse by the Brotherhood of the Badoon and the...arrrghhh! the name of that alien race escapes me at the moment***. However, they are enemies of the X-Men and Ms Marvel just had an encounter with them.

Anyway, back to your question. Captain America won both times he and T'Challa fought.

*** The Brood. Those ugly, bug-like beings who get about the universe in starships that look like whales.

At last. At long last.

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