Did you know that back in 1941, Stars and Stripes Comics #3 introduced
a comic book character that appeared only once in this comic title, as well
as the whole line of Centaur Publishing comics, called The Black Panther
before Marvel Comics created their own character who's also called Black Panther?
If you havn't, then I'll give you guys and gals the cliff notes on this obscure character.
We wouldn't know anything about this guy's family, friends, real name, etc. just by
reading this third issue of Stars and Stripes Comics (or by getting info of S&SC #3 on the 'web), but
what we do know about this guy, besides what's most obvious about this obscure character,
is that he has two paws with built-in claws, a long tail attached to his costume
and a knife that he can attach (and reattach) to his belt.
So then, what do you guys and gals think about Centaur Publishing's Black Panther?
Would this obscure hero get another shot at being a comic book character success sooner or later?
Would this obscure hero become popular in today's comicdom market?
Would this character had been popular if the TPTB at Marvel owned him
and this guy appeared in Fantastic Four #52 instead of creating The Black
Panther we have now for that issue and the next one?
And most importantly, if anyone here done a comic book series about this
character (if y'all were given the rights to do so) what would you do to this obscure character?