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Black Panther #20


By Hervé St-Louis
October 2, 2006 - 09:15

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The Black Panther and new bride, the mutant Storm, from the X-Men are visiting the Inhumans on their new Moon-based city. But the encounter leads to a misunderstanding which leads to a fight, Black Bolt can’t express himself. It seems that Black Bolt never heard of the concept of writing . . .  Notwithstanding, one wonders if the Black Panther will make it alive. He and his wife are out numbered on the Moon.

It’s one of those issues that will leave readers confused. However, the best part is that the main characters are also as confused about the ordeal they went through at the end of the story. Such is the meeting of the Black Panther, Storm and the Inhumans. The Inhumans reminded me of the Doom Patrol. They are weird and more special than mutants. One could feel Black Bolt’s power even though he didn’t say a word. I’d say.  The Black Panther doesn’t even measure up to that type of regalness. Of course there must always be a misunderstanding when super heroes meet. It’s just surprising what Hudlin will do to try to provoke a fight where none are needed! As a side note, I can see that Storm is slowly disappearing behind her husband. I don’t like that.

This issue, there is a new artist. His style is different, but I love his interpretation of the Inhumans. His depiction of Medusa was the best part of the entire book!

Rating: 9 /10


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