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Black Panther: Long Live the King (Black Panther: Long Live the King #1-6)

HEAVY IS THE HEAD THAT WEARS THE CROWN! As the Black Panther and an Avenger, T'Challa has had to save the world time and again - but those duties pale in comparison to his responsibilities as king of Wakanda. As the nation rebuilds in the wake of revolution, T'Challa finds his people besieged by a massive monster tearing through the country, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake! From acclaimed novelist NNEDI OKORAFOR (Binti, Who Fears Death) and illustrator ANDRE LIMA ARAUJO (SPIDEY, The Wicked + The Divine) comes an adventure set in the world of Ta-Nehisi Coates' landmark BLACK PANTHER run and told in the Mighty Marvel Manner!Collects Black Panther - Long Live The King #1-6....

Title : Black Panther: Long Live the King (Black Panther: Long Live the King #1-6)
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ISBN : 9781302905385
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 136 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Black Panther: Long Live the King (Black Panther: Long Live the King #1-6) Reviews

  • Andrea


  • Ana  Ulin

    Amusing, but ultimately unremarkable.

  • Kavinay

    Okarafor's issues, even the Venom one, are great. Had this been a 6 issue run where she could really craft a deep arc, I think it would have been a wonderful book. The "filler" Covington issues feel a bit like a corny Saturday morning cartoon in comparison.

    I look foreward to Okorafor's next projects.

  • J. Sterling Smith

    While all of the stories were great, I bought this because of Ngozi and I just love her story and I can't wait to read more about it.

  • Jess

    Fun but uneven collection. The six-parter was originally promoted as a Nnedi Okorafor miniseries, and it wasn't until three issues in that I discovered it's actually three separate stories: an entertaining three-parter by Nnedi Okorafor and André Lima Araújo, an utter dud of a two-parter by Aaron Covington and Mario Del Pennino, and a oneshot from Nnedi Okorafor and Tana Ford about an AU Venom/Black Panther character. I really enjoyed the way Okorafor's three-parter fleshed out the world and the ...more

  • Emily


  • Fátima López Sevilla

    As a newbie in the Wakanda universe, I found these stories as a good first dive into this black utopia.

    It didn't blow my mind, but I sure want to know more.

  • Micah

    I was skeptical because I haven't really liked anything Marvel has done with BP in at least half a decade, probably longer. This book was just a delight though. It's just three short stories that aren't concerned with the fate of the universe or anything. It was so nice.