BLAP022_DC.jpgBlack Panther and Storm’s decision to enter Civil War at the end of Black Panther #21 has sent shockwaves through comic book shops, leading the issue to sell out at Diamond.

Marvel is going back to press with a second printing on Black Panther #21, complete with the fan-favorite Civil War second printing cover treatment. Marvel has also announced that Black Panther #22 will feature the Civil War cover treatments seen on all the CW tie-ins.

“Both retailers and fans alike have demanded this and we’re happy to provide a second printing of #21 as well as a Civil War cover treatment for BP #22,” says Marvel’s Vice President of Sales David Gabriel. “The second printing cover will also sport our now famous CW second print cover treatments. This is great news for fans of the Black Panther and of Civil War! Thanks to all the retailers and fans for continuing the success of this event.”

Visiting Namor in Atlantis as a part of their World Tour/Honeymoon, T’Challa and Ororo are persuaded by Namor to take a stand in the escalating Civil War ripping through America. The possibility of Iron Man’s plan for a Unites States overrun by militaristic super heroes cannot be allowed. Civil War is about to get International.

BLAP021021_100.jpgBLACK PANTHER #22 (SEP062097)
Written by REGINALD HUDLIN
Pencils and Cover by MANUEL GARCIA
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$2.99
FOC – 11/9, On-Sale – 11/29/2006

BLACK PANTHER #21 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT
Written by REGINALD HUDLIN
Pencils and Cover by MANUEL GARCIA
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$2.99

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