What makes Black Panther, the most dangerous man alive? Perhaps it is the upcoming issue from David Liss and Jefte Palo.

“It’s a one issue story, so things are revealed quickly,” says Liss. “With that in mind, I’d like to avoid giving too much away. Let’s just say that someone out there knows that T’Challa has a pretty muscular sense of responsibility, and killing people the Panther has saved is going to make him very, very angry. Whoever is doing this wants to strike a blow against T’Challa and make him so angry that he’s off his game. Who could it be? You’ll have to pick up the issue to find out.”

Written by DAVID LISS
Penciled by JEFTE PALO

The $2.99 issue arrives in September.

via Marvel


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  1. A pissed off Black Panther would be a very dangerous man indeed.
    He has held back many times in his career and let loose more than once.
    He has a lot of enemies… and a few very talented friends.
    I miss the days when he and Captain America would team up and wipe out a bunch of bad guys.
    (Add Daredevil and Black Widow as needed.)
    I hope this is a really good story that adds to the “legend” not the “luggage” of the Black Panther!

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