Black Panther (2005) #4 Review

Black Panther # 4 – Who Is The Black Panther? Part 4


When Klaw unfurls his carefully orchestrated siege on Wakanda, there’s no place to hide. Cutting a swathe through Wakanda’s ground forces – the Rhino and Batroc. Slicing through Wakanda’s aerial defenses — the Black Knight. And striking a blow where no one would ever expect – the Radioactive Man. Wakanda’s protector has never faced a challenge like this. Can the Black Panther persevere?

Part 4 (of 6)

A school trip to the Wakandan mound goes wrong when an earthquake occurs T’challa saves the day and his sister questions how the vibranium didn’t stop the quake. He dismisses her despite her best wishes. The rhino charges straight for Wakanda while T’challa and his staff monitor the situation they try to stop him but cant once the black knight enters the fray. T’challa gets ready to deal with the knight as the United states get ready to inva…assist Wakanda 🙂

The Majestic T’Challa

The Good
Tchalla gets some good air time and his humility shines, Shuri also gets good panel time. This also serves to show the difference in temperament between brother and sister. She is a far more hot tempered and quick witted than her brother while he appears more regal and calm. The characterization overall was great , as was the overall art and story.

The Bad
It was mostly an issue of building up for what will come next, so it wasn’t as great as every other issue thus far.

The Ugly


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