ryonslaught's Black Panther: The Most Dangerous Man Alive #524 review

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Devastatingly Average

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The Good

Characterization- T’challa’s skills and brains continue to be highlighted which is a joy to behold.

Obscure- Overdrive is Lame there I said it! BUT Liss made good use of this relatively new and unknown villain.

Set up-I won’t get my hopes up but the inevitable clash between the hand lady bullseye etc vs T’challa could be fun IF handled correctly!

The Bad

Tie in- Black Panther in yet another marvel event tie in? Oh Jesus!

Shadowland- Comic book logic is a stretch but we are made to believe that the heroes defeated daredevil and left his stronghold still standing and vacant so Kingpin could take up shop there? Right!

The Ugly

Sometimes I seriously wonder why I’m still here……2.5/5


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