Rhino vs Rhino... What Issue!?!?

#1 Posted by Vrakmul (23846 posts) - - Show Bio

Circ says:

"You guys got to take a look at this.Oh boy, oh boy. Does anybody know what comic and what issue this was in? I think it was in a Black Panther one because it says "Who is the Black Panther" on the top, or maybe it's a Spiderman one?"

Rofl. That is a funny picture. I don't know why but it looks hilarious.

#2 Posted by Circ (18 posts) - - Show Bio

You guys got to take a look at this.

Oh boy, oh boy. Does anybody know what comic and what issue this was in? I think it was in a Black Panther one because it says "Who is the Black Panther" on the top, or maybe it's a Spiderman one?

#3 Posted by Vrakmul (23846 posts) - - Show Bio

Circ says:

"Dreadnaught says:
"Circ says:
"You guys got to take a look at this. Oh boy, oh boy. Does anybody know what comic and what issue this was in? I think it was in a Black Panther one because it says "Who is the Black Panther" on the top, or maybe it's a Spiderman one?"
Rofl. That is a funny picture. I don't know why but it looks hilarious. "

Yeah, makes Rhino look like a brainless super strong dummy."

That and it makes him look wider than the great wall of china.

#4 Posted by sonicmora (2019 posts) - - Show Bio

For some reason it makes rhino look naked. It doesn't look like he were wearing a costume.

#5 Posted by Circ (18 posts) - - Show Bio

Dreadnaught says:

"Circ says:
"You guys got to take a look at this. Oh boy, oh boy. Does anybody know what comic and what issue this was in? I think it was in a Black Panther one because it says "Who is the Black Panther" on the top, or maybe it's a Spiderman one?"
Rofl. That is a funny picture. I don't know why but it looks hilarious. "

Yeah, makes Rhino look like a brainless super strong dummy.

#6 Posted by sonicmora (2019 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm not saying it to sound weird. It just looked weird to me is all.

#7 Posted by Circ (18 posts) - - Show Bio

Well do you have any information on the comic?

#8 Posted by Circ (18 posts) - - Show Bio

sonicmora says:

"For some reason it makes rhino look naked. It doesn't look like he were wearing a costume."

Ok...

#9 Posted by sonicmora (2019 posts) - - Show Bio

Circ says:

"sonicmora says:
"I'm not saying it to sound weird. It just looked weird to me is all."
Just kidding. Actually to me it looks perfectly fine. I wonder who the artist is."

Some who does art for BB, but i'm not familiar with the BB staff team.

#10 Posted by Circ (18 posts) - - Show Bio

sonicmora says:

"I'm not saying it to sound weird. It just looked weird to me is all."

Just kidding. Actually to me it looks perfectly fine. I wonder who the artist is.

#11 Posted by Phorqe (2109 posts) - - Show Bio

Synopsis



The Wakandan super hero is back with Hollywood heavyweight Reginald Hudlin (House Party, Boomerang) and fan-favorite John Romita Jr. (Wolverine, Amazing Spider-Man) teaming up to deliver a new take on T'Challa that's sure to excite both True Believers and the hip-hop faithful. The Black Panther's origin is retold in a cinematic scope with social satire and all-out action.

Collects Black Panther (2005) #1-6.

Publishers Weekly



Though perennially a second-string player at Marvel, the Black Panther has attracted some interesting creative talent over the years. Now Marvel has brought in director Hudlin (co-creator of Birth of a Nation). But Hudlin's take is caught between a rock and a hard place. His over-the-top narrative is not likely to appeal to fans of the most recent version of the character, but it's too mired in obscure Marvel continuity to attract the more general reader. The plot manages to be convoluted without ever becoming absorbing. Rather than establish the Black Panther as a major power by giving him intelligent adversaries, Hudlin pits the African king against a series of buffoons. Hudlin shows some flair for revamping Marvel's more obscure supervillains, turning Klaw from a throwaway henchman into a hateful mercenary and giving the Radioactive Man a scary, alien quality. But overall this version deals in broad caricature rather than skillful characterization. Artist Romita (Wolverine) shows why he is considered a consummate craftsman. His sketchy line art brings a kinetic sense to action scenes, and his vivid character expressions work overtime to sell the emotional impact of an ultimately cartoonish plot. (Oct.) Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.

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