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Academy Award-winning writer John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) and Stormbreaker artist Juann Cabal launch an all-new BLACK PANTHER series with an action-packed espionage story that will upend everything in T’Challa’s life — and have ramifications for the entire Marvel Universe! Secrets from the Panther’s past have come back to haunt him. Fresh from returning from his travels Academy Award-winning writer John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) and Stormbreaker artist Juann Cabal launch an all-new BLACK PANTHER series with an action-packed espionage story that will upend everything in T’Challa’s life — and have ramifications for the entire Marvel Universe! Secrets from the Panther’s past have come back to haunt him. Fresh from returning from his travels in space, T’Challa receives an unexpected and urgent message from a Wakandan secret agent. Now the Black Panther must race the clock not only to save his agent, but also to keep his true agenda under wraps. Because if the truth comes out, it could cost T’Challa everything… COLLECTING: Black Panther (2021) 1-6


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Academy Award-winning writer John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) and Stormbreaker artist Juann Cabal launch an all-new BLACK PANTHER series with an action-packed espionage story that will upend everything in T’Challa’s life — and have ramifications for the entire Marvel Universe! Secrets from the Panther’s past have come back to haunt him. Fresh from returning from his travels Academy Award-winning writer John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) and Stormbreaker artist Juann Cabal launch an all-new BLACK PANTHER series with an action-packed espionage story that will upend everything in T’Challa’s life — and have ramifications for the entire Marvel Universe! Secrets from the Panther’s past have come back to haunt him. Fresh from returning from his travels in space, T’Challa receives an unexpected and urgent message from a Wakandan secret agent. Now the Black Panther must race the clock not only to save his agent, but also to keep his true agenda under wraps. Because if the truth comes out, it could cost T’Challa everything… COLLECTING: Black Panther (2021) 1-6

30 review for The Long Shadow

  1. 4 out of 5

    Subham

    This was so good! Seeing T'challa facing challenges such as his plot of the sleeper cells back firing and someone hunting them and losing one of them and how it triggers a change in him and sends him on a trip round the world and friends becoming enemies and him basically becoming an Outlaw from Wakanda and then the stuff with Storm and the planet Arakko and the fight between one-time husband and wife is epic and the fallout even more so plus such good art! Definitely a must recommend! Its defini This was so good! Seeing T'challa facing challenges such as his plot of the sleeper cells back firing and someone hunting them and losing one of them and how it triggers a change in him and sends him on a trip round the world and friends becoming enemies and him basically becoming an Outlaw from Wakanda and then the stuff with Storm and the planet Arakko and the fight between one-time husband and wife is epic and the fallout even more so plus such good art! Definitely a must recommend! Its definitely become one of fav ongoings atm!

  2. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Wow, I was sleeping on this run because this was FIRE. So my boy T'Challa doesn't trust ANYONE. For good reason. He's a king and can't take those chances. So years ago he sent out sleeper agents to take care of any threats that would pop up. Sadly, one by one, they are getting picked off. So Black Panther goes on a mission to find out who is doing this and we get some epic fights, romances, and character development I never expected. To say I was surprised how much fun I had with this would be a Wow, I was sleeping on this run because this was FIRE. So my boy T'Challa doesn't trust ANYONE. For good reason. He's a king and can't take those chances. So years ago he sent out sleeper agents to take care of any threats that would pop up. Sadly, one by one, they are getting picked off. So Black Panther goes on a mission to find out who is doing this and we get some epic fights, romances, and character development I never expected. To say I was surprised how much fun I had with this would be a understatement. From the start I was glued to find out who was betraying who. Why are T'challa's peeps getting slaughtered. What is he going to do about it? I was even invested in the politics of Wakanda, which I have to say the last run I was not a fan of. Overall, this was great save for some of the art not living up to the fight scenes being displayed. But overall, really fun and I can't wait to read more.

  3. 5 out of 5

    David Akeroyd

    T'Challa treating Wakandans as pouty children "experimenting" with Democracy and showing no intelligence/maturity in handling basic situations isn't exactly the BP I enjoy. He's always been paranoid but it gets ramped up to 11 here. The characterization is just very off to me. T'Challa treating Wakandans as pouty children "experimenting" with Democracy and showing no intelligence/maturity in handling basic situations isn't exactly the BP I enjoy. He's always been paranoid but it gets ramped up to 11 here. The characterization is just very off to me.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Blindzider

    I think I only read one volume of Ridley's Batman and wasn't overly impressed. I don't know how much of Panther's current predicament is due to Coates run but it does put BP in an uncomfortable place for him: namely that he is no longer King and Wakanda is moving toward a democratic society. There are a few avenues that could be delved into here namely examining T'Challa's character to see how that makes him feel. It's mentioned briefly in this volume but is overshadowed by the bigger problem: O I think I only read one volume of Ridley's Batman and wasn't overly impressed. I don't know how much of Panther's current predicament is due to Coates run but it does put BP in an uncomfortable place for him: namely that he is no longer King and Wakanda is moving toward a democratic society. There are a few avenues that could be delved into here namely examining T'Challa's character to see how that makes him feel. It's mentioned briefly in this volume but is overshadowed by the bigger problem: One of his many plans is found out, and isn't looked well upon. My first reaction was that this is exactly the same thing that's been done with Batman many, many times so Ridley loses points for that. Up to now it's being executed pretty much as you would expect. In addition, this also looks to be one of those stories where you strip the hero of everything he has so that you can examine the person themself, laying bare their true skills and traits. A few other minor things: Shuri has some additional power to fly and T'Challa's relationship with Storm has been rekindled. I don't think those are spoilers because it seemed to be status quo at this point. I don't quite understand how someone could possible be in a loving relationship with someone. Writer's spend so much time making him completely focused on the job, always planning and having backup plans, keeping secrets, etc. They don't spend enough time showing what else about him is attractive, and even in the short moments in this book it doesn't feel genuine or believable. The art is just ok. Storytelling is fine, but I don't find the thin line inks or less detailed panels particular engaging.

  5. 4 out of 5

    JCRD

    Lo intenté hace años con la etapa de Ta-Nehisi Coates, pero me acabé descolgando después de unos pocos números, y ahora que ha terminado su etapa he decidido darle otra oportunidad en solitario al personaje. Cuando más me gusta Pantera Negra es cuando lo escribe Hickman, como un cabrón de cuidado que aunque intenta ser honorable y un héroe su papel como rey lo fuerza a hacer según qué cosas, y aquí van los tiros por ahí. T'Challa aquí ya no es monarca como tal (o por lo menos no ostenta todo el p Lo intenté hace años con la etapa de Ta-Nehisi Coates, pero me acabé descolgando después de unos pocos números, y ahora que ha terminado su etapa he decidido darle otra oportunidad en solitario al personaje. Cuando más me gusta Pantera Negra es cuando lo escribe Hickman, como un cabrón de cuidado que aunque intenta ser honorable y un héroe su papel como rey lo fuerza a hacer según qué cosas, y aquí van los tiros por ahí. T'Challa aquí ya no es monarca como tal (o por lo menos no ostenta todo el poder), y me gusta la trama de espionaje que está teniendo este arco, pero cuando se centra en otra cosas... pues ni fu ni fa. Y el dibujo se resiente cuando no está Juann Cabal, pero qué le vamos a hacer.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

    Certainly a more cynical take on T'challa, but it does make a certain amount of sense. Of course the absolute monarch from a long line of absolute monarchs would chafe at a shift to parliamentary democracy. Nor is having a fleet of sleeper agents around the world answerable only to him a totally insane proposition from a benevolent despot like T'challa. The mystery of who is targeting these agents, and for what purpose, is interesting, though I don't think there's nearly enough clues to come to Certainly a more cynical take on T'challa, but it does make a certain amount of sense. Of course the absolute monarch from a long line of absolute monarchs would chafe at a shift to parliamentary democracy. Nor is having a fleet of sleeper agents around the world answerable only to him a totally insane proposition from a benevolent despot like T'challa. The mystery of who is targeting these agents, and for what purpose, is interesting, though I don't think there's nearly enough clues to come to a conclusion in this volume. There are hints that it's building towards seeing a new, younger hero/antihero with a chip on his shoulder emerging in Wakanda, but I'm not really engaged in that storyline yet.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sarospice

    2.5 Marvel has done a great job building Black Panther and Wakanda in the comics, but this new start doesn't do it for me. Tchalla has sleeper agents and no one likes learning that, even as they are being killed. The characterization is there, I just couldn't seem to care about the action. 2.5 Marvel has done a great job building Black Panther and Wakanda in the comics, but this new start doesn't do it for me. Tchalla has sleeper agents and no one likes learning that, even as they are being killed. The characterization is there, I just couldn't seem to care about the action.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Joshua Lawson

    I mean yeah I’m always hero for a superhero interrogating democracy. An exciting follow-up to Coates’ run. Definitely gonna be following Ridley’s Black Panther.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Benedict Wong

    Read as individual issues

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dia

    4.5

  11. 5 out of 5

    Pat

    Solid story and art. Much better than I was expecting.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Chris W

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ahlaam

  14. 4 out of 5

    Gabe Kłosowski

  15. 5 out of 5

    Joe

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Balkam

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alex

  18. 5 out of 5

    Larakaa

  19. 4 out of 5

    Robert

  20. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Westen

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ben Dorris

  22. 5 out of 5

    YvngWesson

  23. 4 out of 5

    Brian Garthoff

  24. 4 out of 5

    Nick Zambrano

  25. 5 out of 5

    John

  26. 4 out of 5

    Stacy

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

  28. 4 out of 5

    Wes Morgan

  29. 4 out of 5

    Austin J Martin

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jamil

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