Drop the personal business and attacks. This thread isn't about YOU!
Wakanda, Black Panther....all good. That is what it's about, not other fans/posters. Period.
Posts deleted, take your insinuations and personal shots to PM or better yet drop it altogether and get back to discussing comics.
C'mon gents & ladies. We are all comic fans here. We come to this thread to talk BP and Wakanda. Quit fighting personal battles and looking for ulterior motives with one another. Stick to the comics. We have plenty to disagree about as is with those.
Black Panther vs. Spider-Man
Who wins and why?
BP has his tech that's on his person normally, so energy daggers, etc
Spidey has his webslingers
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jabu called them "usual overplayed histrionics" in a recent post. I just about died laughing.
On the other hand it reveals a lot about his personality (which is a good thing). And if I could get over SZ, I think I can get over Kieran. All is fair.
Btw... Jabu, I responded to that one post you asked about... Sorry it came so late. It may have gotten swamped in all the traffic this thread's been getting lately, lol.
SistaSoOfficial --CBB. -- THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TELEVISED.
Bring. Jenn. Back.
Because harsh reality is clearly a handicap.
'Flo If I may comment, I totally get what you're saying and Hudlin actually said that was the case, but isn't the point of a successful comic and character to get the attention and appeal of all fans? By Hudlin doing that, he turned off a lot of non-black fans and turned away potential ones, and thus the polarized reaction to Panther and Storm that we have now. He definitely reached the black base more, (and why wouldn't he with his connections in the black community) but through the way it was handled largely turned off other fans. I remember a white guy working in a comic book store that felt with the way Hudlin was writing it was saying "this comic isn't for you", which Hudlin in some words has literally said. He was also told by some black comics customers that he can't judge the book cause he's not black. Do we really think Panther can become an A-list hero and actually get a movie that will do good like that?
Even Obama did not get elected by black people alone.
I do think Hickman and Marvel is on to the right track of getting back some of the character's prominence an possibly growing his fanbase more.
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How about Mads Mikkelsen for Klaw?
"It would trouble me if you believed you were ever my equal"
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Sun and Moon
...you couldn't have stopped me if you tried.
Storm deserves her very own solo ongoing...now!!! Written by BCW and illustrated by Phil Jimenez.