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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricmastro View Post
    So, which solo-series volume of Black Panther would you guys say is the best?:

    Black Panther Vol 1 (1977-1979) - 15 issues

    Black Panther Vol 2 (1988) - 4 issues

    Black Panther Vol 3 (1998-2003) - 62 issues

    Black Panther Vol 4 (2005-2008) - 41 issues

    Black Panther Vol 5 (2009-2010) - 12 issues

    Black Panther Vol 6 (2016-2018) - 25 issues

    Black Panther Vol 7 (2018-present) - 14 issues so far
    Priest, Hudlin and Liss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cville View Post
    I count volumes 3-5 as the same because I was reading 3 and 4 at the same time. And both have peaks and valleys.
    It's weird, because I used https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Black...er_Comic_Books, which has the volumes listed one way, as I had intended to just stick with the main series issues, yet the self-described Marvel Legacy numbering has it in another way, so I wasn't sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricmastro View Post
    It's weird, because I used https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Black...er_Comic_Books, which has the volumes listed one way, as I had intended to just stick with the main series issues, yet the self-described Marvel Legacy numbering has it in another way, so I wasn't sure.

    Sorry, I meant I specifically read them at the same time. I stated reading BP at vol. 4 and a friend told me vol.3 was good too so I went looking for those issues and was reading them at the same time. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cville View Post
    Sorry, I meant I specifically read them at the same time. I stated reading BP at vol. 4 and a friend told me vol.3 was good too so I went looking for those issues and was reading them at the same time. lol
    Ah, alright then. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricmastro View Post
    So, which solo-series volume of Black Panther would you guys say is the best?:

    Black Panther Vol 1 (1977-1979) - 15 issues

    Black Panther Vol 2 (1988) - 4 issues

    Black Panther Vol 3 (1998-2003) - 62 issues

    Black Panther Vol 4 (2005-2008) - 41 issues

    Black Panther Vol 5 (2009-2010) - 12 issues

    Black Panther Vol 6 (2016-2018) - 25 issues

    Black Panther Vol 7 (2018-present) - 14 issues so far
    I say CJP, Liss, and Hudlin were the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huntsman Spider View Post
    Ah, memories. At least they didn't kill him off. Wonder what would happen if he went up against Emperor N'Jadaka, though.
    In the current volume's sixth issue, Emperor N'Jadaka may have implied that he could not take on T'Challa the standard way even though a Klyntar is in his possession. Subsequently, he took a certain amount of Bast's powers. Until more details are revealed on how T'Challa managed to have his memories extracted, I stand on the belief that he probably fell prey to Emperor N'Jadaka's prep time.

    As of now, I think his raw strength between the combination of a portion of an Orisha's power + a symbiote should be more potent than the combo of the Heart-Shaped Herb + the symbiote of Venomverse T'Challa, however his newfound strength has not been used yet on the battlefield, so he remains featless for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvell2100 View Post
    Priest, Hudlin and Liss.
    I'd agree with this, with Aaron getting an honorable mention for SWAD.

    Priest's run is still the hallmark, IMO, and should be classed among the seminal runs, like the Miller DD, the (first) Claremont X-Men, and the Simonson Thor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XJlock View Post
    In the current volume's sixth issue, Emperor N'Jadaka may have implied that he could not take on T'Challa the standard way even though a Klyntar is in his possession. Subsequently, he took a certain amount of Bast's powers. Until more details are revealed on how T'Challa managed to have his memories extracted, I stand on the belief that he probably fell prey to Emperor N'Jadaka's prep time.

    As of now, I think his raw strength between the combination of a portion of an Orisha's power + a symbiote should be more potent than the combo of the Heart-Shaped Herb + the symbiote of Venomverse T'Challa, however his newfound strength has not been used yet on the battlefield, so he remains featless for now.

    Thanks for that answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricmastro View Post
    So, which solo-series volume of Black Panther would you guys say is the best?:

    Black Panther Vol 1 (1977-1979) - 15 issues

    Black Panther Vol 2 (1988) - 4 issues

    Black Panther Vol 3 (1998-2003) - 62 issues

    Black Panther Vol 4 (2005-2008) - 41 issues

    Black Panther Vol 5 (2009-2010) - 12 issues

    Black Panther Vol 6 (2016-2018) - 25 issues

    Black Panther Vol 7 (2018-present) - 14 issues so far
    The disrespect to Liss

    Priest, Liss, Hudlin for me

    If SWaD counts then

    SWaD, Priest (minus Kasper arc), Liss (MDMA > MWF), Hudlin vol 4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cville View Post
    This might explain why Tchalla is prominent on the Agents of Wakanda cover. Looks like the Avengers are going into space, adding Black Widow to the team, but no Tchalla on the solicitation cover.

    https://www.space.com/marvels-avenge...mber-2019.html
    Ugh, McGinnis dude is returning on art.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvell2100 View Post
    Whew, I was getting worried! Thank you for clarifying.

    Panther heads, what are you going to remember about this run by Coates?

    For me:
    Third World Wakanda.
    BP had no memorable feats.
    Lame ass villains.
    No clear direction or purpose.
    Klaue's silent issue
    Shuri speaking to the ancestors and gaining powers that make her unique vs just super smart black young woman bc that lane kinda crowded
    T'Challa in space battles art was always 10/10
    Reading this forum and watching the same people complain about a book they say they aren't reading for years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cville View Post
    I count volumes 3-5 as the same because I was reading 3 and 4 at the same time. And both have peaks and valleys.
    I think it's hard to justify counting Volume 3 and 4 as the same thing given how much 4 was intended as a retcon. That being said, I find it hard justifying 6 and 7 as separate volumes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_Murdock View Post
    I think it's hard to justify counting Volume 3 and 4 as the same thing given how much 4 was intended as a retcon. That being said, I find it hard justifying 6 and 7 as separate volumes.
    6&7 aren't different volumes, they are the same just renumbered for sales. Just like I wouldn't say vol 4&5 are separate really, though that makes kinda more sense in the fact that Mayberry was taking over slowly so it would be more appropriate to separate if you wanted to. But Coates naw it was renumbered twice in a 6 month timeframe. It's all the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_Murdock View Post
    I think it's hard to justify counting Volume 3 and 4 as the same thing given how much 4 was intended as a retcon. That being said, I find it hard justifying 6 and 7 as separate volumes.
    Volumes are weird in the comic world.

    like Gillis mini is considered a volume for... reasons.

    Yet McGregors stuff isn't because its techincally Jungle ACtion and some minis, despite being really long and really connected.

    Comics are weird
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    Is Jason Aaron really held in high regard here?

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