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"POWER," PART 1 - Wakanda has been attacked on every front. Heroes have fallen, old alliances have been betrayed, the country is in turmoil. Now is the time for the new Black Panther to rise and make a stand against threats both foreign and domestic. "Power" is a bold new direction for the Panther, written by celebrated producer-director Reginald Hudlin and multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning author Jonathan Maberry (Patient Zero, PUNISHER: NAKED KILL). New game, new rules, and lots of surprises as the new Black Panther is set on a collision course with one of the Marvel Universe's most feared and powerful beings.

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 Summary and scans hereThe Good Shuri gives a genuinely rousing speech as the issue opens and her exchanges with Ross and Obama are believable. We get a glimpse of what her stint as Black Panther will entail especially in this “dark reign” era where Norman Osborn is America’s greatest superhero. The exchange between the two African personalities was a nice tongue in cheek way of discussing or voicing the concerns most fans had, why a female lead, why the change of character etc. The Bad Th...

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