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Re: Termination and Liberation for the Damisa-Sarki Coate's Black Panther Finale
« Reply #4815 on: November 08, 2020, 04:18:54 pm »
Could Geoffrey Thorne be the new writer for a Black Panther ongoing?


BY TUCKER CHET MARKUS

Knull's Army Invades Wakanda in 'King in Black: Black Panther' #1

And, announced today on CBR.com, his forces will spread their sickly symbiote sinews across the Earth—to Wakanda—in KING IN BLACK: BLACK PANTHER #1! Joining KING IN BLACK: CAPTAIN AMERICA #1 as the latest tie-in to the event, the new mag explores a Wakanda gone dark. Written by Geoffrey Thorne with art by Germán Peralta, T’Challa’s most treasured allies are lost in a storm of Knull’s making in this wild one-shot.

Wakanda needs its king. It needs the Black Panther. But once again, the hero must choose between his role as an Avenger, his role as a king…and the yearnings of his heart.

"It is always my honor and pleasure to write a T'Challa adventure," says Thorne. "Any format. Any medium. Any time. Any place. I couldn't be happier to be part of this team and I hope we do our own king-in-black justice. Wakanda Forever."

On December 2, Knull arrives with KING IN BLACK #1.
King T’Challa enters the event in February!
Pre-order KING IN BLACK: BLACK PANTHER #1 with your local comic shop today, then read it in February!


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King In Black: Black Panther Gives T'Challa a Wakandan Upgrade (Exclusive)

CBR has an exclusive look at the cover and solicitation for Marvel's King In Black: Black Panther #1 by Geoffrey Thorne and Germán Peralta.

BY TIM ADAMS



As the King in Black invades the Marvel Universe, it was only a matter of time before Knull set his sights on Black Panther's nation of Wakanda. An upcoming February 2021 one-shot titled King in Black: Black Panther will examine how T'Challa balances his duties leading the Avengers against protecting his people against the god of symbiotes, all while utilizing some advanced Wakandan weapons.

CBR has an exclusive look at Leinil Francis Yu's cover of King in Black: Black Panther #1 by writer Geoffrey Thorne and artist Germán Peralta, which features Black Panther soaring through the air with a piece of Wakandan flying apparatus strapped to his back. T'Challa is joined by Shuri and Okoye as they prepare to battle an army of symbiote demons attacking from the ground and air.

"It is always my honor and pleasure to write a T'Challa adventure," Thorne told CBR regarding writing Black Panther for the King in Black event. "Any format. Any medium. Any time. Any place. I couldn't be happier to be part of this team and I hope we do our own king-in-black justice. Wakanda Forever."

The cover and solicitation for February 2021's King in Black: Black Panther #1 can be found above.

KING IN BLACK: BLACK PANTHER #1
GEOFFREY THORNE (W) • GERMÁN PERALTA (A) • COVER BY LEINIL FRANCIS YU

SYMBIOTES INVADE THE UNCONQUERABLE COUNTRY OF WAKANDA!

T’Challa's most treasured allies are lost in a storm of Knull's making in this wild one-shot! Critically acclaimed writer, actor and producer Geoffrey Thorne explores a Wakanda gone dark -- invaded by Knull's massive symbiote army. Wakanda needs its king. It needs the Black Panther. But once again, the hero must choose between his role as an Avenger, his role as a king… and the yearnings of his heart.


https://www.cbr.com/king-in-black-black-panther-tchalla-wakandan-upgrade/

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Re: Termination and Liberation for the Damisa-Sarki Coate's Black Panther Finale
« Reply #4816 on: November 08, 2020, 11:51:28 pm »
After spending four years in the Coatesverse a palate cleanse is most desirable Marvell2100. In his own words Black is King featuring Black Panther should be akin to See Wakanda and Die.

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Re: Termination and Liberation for the Damisa-Sarki Coate's Black Panther Finale
« Reply #4817 on: November 09, 2020, 02:45:17 pm »
After spending four years in the Coatesverse a palate cleanse is most desirable Marvell2100. In his own words Black is King featuring Black Panther should be akin to See Wakanda and Die.

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Re: Termination and Liberation for the Damisa-Sarki Coate's Black Panther Finale
« Reply #4818 on: November 16, 2020, 06:02:57 pm »
Marvel has scheduled the next issue for Feb. 2021, eleven months after the previous release.

By Graeme McMillan

Marvel Entertainment has finally added the Black Panther comic book series back to its schedule, with the next issue officially announced for February 2021 — 11 months after the ostensibly monthly series’ last issue.

Black Panther No. 23, by Ta-Nehisi Coates and Daniel Acuña, with Ryan Bodenheim assisting on art duties, will not only continue the writer’s ongoing “Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda” storyline, it will mark the beginning of the end for Coates as series writer, a position he’s held since relaunching the comic book in 2016 alongside artist Brian Stelfreeze.

The series, which launched its current run in 2018, had been absent from Marvel’s schedules since March this year, when the publisher’s entire comic book line was suspended for COVID-related reasons. While Marvel’s comic book publishing was all-but-restored by summer, a number of titles remained in limbo, with Black Panther — one of Marvel’s most critically acclaimed titles — arguably the most high-profile.

“We’re so excited to bring Black Panther back to the stands, and we thank all our readers for their patience,” series editor Wil Moss said in a statement provided by the publisher. “I promise, these last three issues will be worth the wait -- Ta-Nehisi and Daniel have been building to this finale for over two years now, and the ensuing battle between the forces of T’Challa’s Wakanda and Emperor N’Jadaka’s Intergalactic Empire is going to knock your socks off! Just wait’ll you see who shows up to help defend Wakanda…”

Black Panther No. 23 will be available digitally and in comic book stores Feb. 2021.




Ta-Nehisi Coates' Final Black Panther Issues Kick Off in February

Marvel has revealed the return date for Ta-Nehisi Coates' Black Panther, along with the Daniel Acuña cover and Julian Totino Tedesco variant.

BY MATH ERAO



Ta-Nehisi Coates' space-based run on Black Panther is finally returning this February, beginning the end of the author's Wakandan saga.

Marvel announced today that Black Panther #23 will arrive in February 2021, continuing the cosmic quest of T'Challa and his allies as they journey from the Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda to the Earth-based version of the powerful nation. Both Daniel Acuña and Ryan Bodenheim return as artists for the issue, and the cover by Acuña has been revealed, along with a variant from Julian Totino Tedesco. Check them out.

Coates began his run on Black Panther in 2016, making the jump from essays and novels to comic books. His lengthy run has been a hit with fans and critics alike, inspiring numerous spinoffs and even elements of T'Challa's MCU solo film. All told, Coates has made a major impact on the world of Wakanda across all of Marvel Entertainment,

In 2018, the title was relaunched with Coates taking the king to space, minus his memories. What's unfolded is a mysterious tale of rebellion and intrigue with familiar faces returning in new roles. Now, Black Panther and his team have returned to Earth, but the upcoming issue promises that the powerful Empire isn't far behind them.

“We’re so excited to bring Black Panther back to the stands, and we thank all our readers for their patience,” said editor Wil Moss. “I promise, these last three issues will be worth the wait -- Ta-Nehisi and Daniel have been building to this finale for over two years now, and the ensuing battle between the forces of T’Challa’s Wakanda and Emperor N’Jadaka’s Intergalactic Empire is going to knock your socks off! Just wait’ll you see who shows up to help defend Wakanda…

Back in March, it was revealed that Coates would be ending his four-year run on the title with issue #25. But the COVID-19 pandemic brought comic book publishing to a halt for most of the year, meaning the final issues of Coates' time on the series will now arrive early next year.

Along with the news of the king's return to shelves, Marvel also revealed their previews for this week's comics. Among the titles arriving is Captain America #25, also written by Coates.
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Re: The End is Near...
« Reply #4819 on: November 16, 2020, 06:21:39 pm »
THIS


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IS COMING OUT WITH THIS


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Re: Termination and Liberation for the Damisa-Sarki Coate's Black Panther Finale
« Reply #4820 on: November 16, 2020, 07:05:39 pm »
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BLACK PANTHER #23

Written by TA-NEHISI COATES
Art by DANIEL ACUÑA and RYAN BODENHEIM
Cover by DANIEL ACUÑA
Variant Cover by JULIAN TOTINO TEDESCO

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Black Panther Return Delayed Again!
By Chris Arrant


(Image credit: Daniel Acuna (Marvel Comics)

Those waiting for the resumption of Marvel's Black Panther ongoing series will have to wait a few more weeks - but as fans of the Ta-Nehisi Coates series can tell you, they're a bit used to it. The next issue, Black Panther #23, has been rescheduled for a February 24 release. That's three weeks later than the last time it was rescheduled, and 11 months since the last issue.

"The Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda turned their legendary king into a slave. Now the king is restored — and after years of effort, the gates of the empire will swing wide open as the Black Panther makes one final attempt to free the ranks of the Nameless across the five galaxies," reads Marvel's solicitation for Black Panther #23.

Black Panther #23 was originally scheduled to go on sale April 22, 2020, but it - like all of Marvel's titles - was placed on hiatus following the onset of the comics distribution disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. While a majority of Marvel's titles resumed circulation by July 2020, Coates' Black Panther was among the most notable absences. It wasn't until November that Marvel gave an update on the book, saying Black Panther would resume February 3, 2021 with #23.


(Image credit: Daniel Acuna (Marvel Comics)

With this week's schedule change, Black Panther #23 will go on sale on February 24, with Black Panther #24 to follow two weeks later on March 3 - both drawn by Daniel Acuna. "The Intergalactic Empire has suffered thousands of losses — and still they're coming for Earth," reads the solicitation for Black Panther #24. "Wakanda Prime is in more danger than ever as Emperor N'Jadaka — A.K.A. the resurrected Killmonger, one of the Black Panther's deadliest enemies — returns to face the king who unintentionally brought him to power."

Marvel has announced that Coates' run will end with Black Panther #25. That finale has not been scheduled, however, a collection of this finale arc, as Black Panther Book 9: The Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda Part 4, is scheduled for June 15.


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Ta-Nehisi Coates' Revolutionary 'Black Panther' Run Comes to an End
The New York Times Best-Selling epic saga reaches its startling conclusion this April.
BY MARVEL

April’s BLACK PANTHER #25 will mark the end of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ redefining work on BLACK PANTHER. Featuring art by Daniel Acuña and an epilogue drawn by Brian Stelfreeze, the previously announced issue will bring fans the triumphant end to the acclaimed “Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda” storyline. Since taking over the title in 2016, the National Book Award winner and New York Times Best-Selling author has transformed the Black Panther mythos. Now five years later, he departs, leaving the world of Wakanda forever changed and laying the groundwork for the next bold era of this iconic Marvel hero.

“Ta-Nehisi has come up with a truly special finale here, one that not only wraps up the current story of T’Challa’s attempt to stop Emperor N’Jadaka’s conquest of Wakanda, but also deals with elements that reach all the way back to the beginning of Ta-Nehisi’s run. And to that end, we’re so thrilled to have Brian Stelfreeze, the artist who helped launch this run, return to draw this issue’s epilogue,” said editor Wil Moss. “BLACK PANTHER #25 is an immensely satisfying conclusion, with twists you won’t see coming and repercussions that will be felt for years to come.”

Throughout his run, Coates has taken the Black Panther to hell and back and expanded Wakanda into the distant stars. In his final issue, he’ll bring T’Challa full circle, back to the home he left behind -- and the crown he has never fully accepted. The journey will conclude, but the legend remains. Check out these extraordinary variant covers by Brian Stelfreeze and renowned illustrator Sam Spratt:

Don’t miss the close of a historic epoch in comic history when BLACK PANTHER #25 arrives in April!


Covers for the end of Ta-Nehisi Coates' run of Black Panther.



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"the crown he has never fully accepted"

Ahem.. There is a tournament in this fictional world where if the king does not want the crown he can easily forfeit the tournament.

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"the crown he has never fully accepted"

Ahem.. There is a tournament in this fictional world where if the king does not want the crown he can easily forfeit the tournament.


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