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Black Panther: The Man Without Fear, Volume 1: Urban Jungle #2020

Black Panther: The Man Without Fear, Volume 1: Urban Jungle By David Liss Francesco Francavilla Simone Bianchi Black Panther The Man Without Fear Volume Urban Jungle In the wake of Shadowland there s a new protector of Hell s Kitchen He has no kingdom no Vibranium and no high tech safety net just bloody knuckles and the will to prove himself in a foreign land wh
  • Title: Black Panther: The Man Without Fear, Volume 1: Urban Jungle
  • Author: David Liss Francesco Francavilla Simone Bianchi
  • ISBN: 9780785145233
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Paperback
  • Black Panther: The Man Without Fear, Volume 1: Urban Jungle By David Liss Francesco Francavilla Simone Bianchi In the wake of Shadowland, there s a new protector of Hell s Kitchen He has no kingdom, no Vibranium and no high tech safety net just bloody knuckles and the will to prove himself in a foreign land where the fiercest of jungle predators stalks the most dangerous urban prey His name is T Challa and in the aftermath of Shadowland, he will create a new life, a new identiIn the wake of Shadowland, there s a new protector of Hell s Kitchen He has no kingdom, no Vibranium and no high tech safety net just bloody knuckles and the will to prove himself in a foreign land where the fiercest of jungle predators stalks the most dangerous urban prey His name is T Challa and in the aftermath of Shadowland, he will create a new life, a new identity, and learn what it is to be a different kind of hero But with Daredevil gone, the bad guys are coming out to play, and a new nemesis Vlad the Impaler plots his bloody rise to power Be there as national best selling author and Edgar Award winner David Liss and pulp master Francesco Francavilla Zorro, Green Hornet craft a shocking new chapter for the world s most dangerous man Guest starring Luke Cage and Spider Man Collecting Black Panther The Man Without Fear 513 518 material from X Men Curse of the Mutants Spotlight
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    About "David Liss Francesco Francavilla Simone Bianchi"

    1. David Liss Francesco Francavilla Simone Bianchi

      I am a novelist living in San Antonio, Texas, though, for the record, I am not from Texas I just live here I have four novels published A Conspiracy of Paper which won the Edgar Award for Best First Novel and A Spectacle of Corruption were both national bestsellers They are set in 18th century London and feature Benjamin Weaver, a Jewish former pugilist, thief taker for hire Weaver will be back in 2009 with The Devil s Company, but he s featured in a new short story, The Double Dealer in the anthology Thriller , edited by James Patterson The Coffee Trader is set in 17th century Amsterdam It was also a national bestseller, and is a book group favorite My most recent novel, The Ethical Assassin , is a contemporary animal rights thriller about door to door encyclopedia salesmen My next novel, tentatively called The Whiskey Rebels, will be out in September, 2008 It s set in New York, Philadelphia and Western Pennsylvania during the early 1790s For information, or perhaps for different information, you can visit my web page at Davidliss Otherwise, if you are interested in my books, or just want to talk about books in general, please add me as a friend.

    661 Comments

    1. I very much wanted to give this a higher rating, just based on Francesco Francovilla s fantastic, moody artwork, but I just can t David Liss is an atrocious writer, to the point that I started to feel sorry for him As in, I thought maybe he had a learning disability That isn t a joke or a slam I genuinely felt awkward reading this, wondering if I was being critical of a person who didn t have a full grasp of language I went and looked up information about him to be sure he was actually an author [...]


    2. Well this was pretty much unreadable Just really bland and boring character development Alsogoing from KING to Street level hero felt like such a step down and almost a disgrace to the character built up mythos I was really let down by this Also the dialog is AWFUL and reminds me of why sometimes authors who write only books shouldn t do comics It doesn t mix well Skipppppppppp


    3. This premise bordered on offensive, but then Black Panther has been offensive for a long time He s the proud African prince who is as able bodied as Captain America, a better fighter than Wolverine and has greater science than the Fantastic Four If he meets Iron Man, it turns out he has a suit of armor that s just as good he s never used it before, it s just here now He was retconned into a romance with the X Man Storm, an actually interesting character, presumably because she was the highest pr [...]


    4. Ugh, couldn t handle the writing Sounds like someone writing the cadence and vocabulary choices of what you d think non English natives would sound like if you never knew such people but only observed the bad facsimile on TV.Not to mention the bad clich s and things people would never say to themselves let alone others.Art was pretty good.All in all not enough to keep me interested, so I gave up halfway through Read the last page no great surprises there, so I didn t miss much.


    5. Not as racially conscious as other Black Panther comics, I enjoyed this comic at least a few stars then other reviews tell me I should have because apparently, the dialog is horrible But that also serves as a good reminder that comics themselves are only half of what goes into anyone s reading experience, the other half is what you and I bring to the table as readers So, sub par dialog or no, the following is a list of things that I found interesting about this graphic novel.First off, let s ta [...]


    6. I like the stripped down version of the Panther, and I like the multiple plots going on here However, I m not a big fan of the villain of the piece, who seems very interesting, and then has his personality change completely over the course of the story for what seemed like no reason There s also some crazy conveniences here that don t quite work.





    7. I loved the idea of putting Black Panther into Hells Kitchen but it didn t seem to work too well The dialogue is frustrating as the main villain Vlad speaks in broken English and it wears thin after the first issue and its not the only instance Although small having a heavily dreaded gang leader saying mon seems to show Liss is keen on racial stereotypes The best part of this book is probably when Spiderman intervenes which is worrying, T challa is such a interesting character he should be able [...]


    8. A lot has been written about historical fiction author David Liss and his recent turn to pulp in Mystery Men from Marvel Comics While that book was great and will certainly get a review in a future edition of this column , the focus today falls on his other great new pulp book.I m talking, of course, about Black Panther The Man Without Fear.For the past several years, Marvel s premiere African hero has been presented as a noble African king and a great technologist He beat up Captain America and [...]


    9. David Liss and Francesco Francavilla team up to bring a new protector into the Hell s Kitchen of the Marvel Universe After a devastating war with Doctor Doom, T Challa has abdicated the Wakandan throne for the urban jungles of New York City Asked to watch over Daredevil s neighborhood while the Man Without Fear heals his own broken soul, the former Black Panther stalks the night with a new purpose Relying solely on himself, the Panther must bring down new mob boss Vlad the Impaler in order to ar [...]


    10. The Black Panther character has always been a background character in other stories that I have read over the years, but never in my experience has he headlined his own series, so this was an interesting journey for me I found the writing to be very mature and well written, and by mature I am not talking about being full of foul language but rather in the sense of being well handled, and a sign of maturity on the part of the writer Honestly, something of a rarity in this market, so finding a wri [...]


    11. I really enjoyed the premise of this story In fact, it s what hooked me without any prior knowledge of Black Panther or his relationship to Matt Murdock Daredevil Unfortunately, I don t think the story quite lived up to the uniqueness of its premise T Challa, newly deprived of his throne, money, and equipment, takes the mean streets of Hell s Kitchen in replacement of Daredevil who has gone on a vision quest He is met with a great deal of crime as expected and a super powered adversary in the fo [...]


    12. A fun little Black Panther story I ve never been much of a Panther fan The only other time I read the comic was when T Challa wasn t in the suit A police officer in New York found it and was using it This story reminds me a lot of that early 2000 s comic Panther is in New York fighting for the streets He s not an Avenger fighting Kang He doesn t have superpowers He s just one man against the darkness of the city.I like how the story picks up after shadowland Matt is going to find himself after f [...]


    13. This book earns 3 stars because the artwork alone should get 5 the coloring is absolutely stunning for 4 out of 5 of the issues different colorist at the midpoint As for the story, the dialogue was jagged and Black Panther as a street level hero post royalty isn t all that interesting I found the experiments on Brian the most interesting, and intrigue about his outcome is the only thing that remained for me at the end of the story The intervention of Spider Man and Luke Cage was entertaining, bu [...]


    14. EhThis book is all right but it s not the Black Panther I m used to I get that he doesn t have any powers any but the 9th smartest man in the world is broke and not smart enough to create and build better weaponry Somethings he does granted are relatively amazing but with such a legacy to follow from his previous reign as king of Wakanda, this makes me feel like they wrote this just to create another daredevil for the time being and to have something to do with this character when there is such [...]


    15. I like the Afrocentric focus of the Black Panther comics In a landscape where most superheroes are white guys, it s nice to see some racial diversity in the mix Alas, unlike the Black Panther series done by Christopher Priest, this selection is totally removed from Wakanda and focuses entirely on dark city streets in the US It s basically the Black Panther doing a run as Daredevil, which is about as interesting as it sounds not very Some of the dialogue is good, there are a few worthwhile moment [...]


    16. While this was not the best take on the Black Panther, it ranks among the better The art made up for most of the failures in the characterization of T Challa and it is a good read regardless I would have happily given this four stars, but having T Challa act like a neophyte instead of the experienced and confident veteran that he is was difficult to swallow New readers probably won t mind at all but T Challa, even without the backing of his former wealth and country, is not someone to be taken l [...]


    17. T Challa taking Daredevil s place in Hell s Kitchen, even with the recent events in Wakanda, makes no sense whatsoever That being said this isn t a bad book I understand the need to reevaluate ones self but these actions aren t feasible in this world I enjoyed the plot involving a new threat to the Kitchen but the dialogue was a bit stiff The art was perfectly suited to the darker elements of the book and the next volume is set up extremely well Overall, there are some high and low points but it [...]


    18. This book is so badly written that the only way to deal with the first issue is to imagine every character speaking like Mojo Jojo from The Powerpuff Girls I wouldn t say Liss finds his stride during the run so much as he gets slightly less worse The art sometimes sucked too she has a tattoo draw it , but I liked some of the characters and the idea, and I like to save my single stars for very very very bad works This is just bad.


    19. A really great story arc that plays out with lots of surprises Most comic book arcs are predictable and cliche but here the twists are fairly novel T challa as the main character doesn t really fill out the protagonist and seems only there but thankfully the supporting cast makes up for his woodenness.


    20. Black Panther is a character I ve always really enjoyed, so I decided to try this run I ll say right now, I m not sure what happened to T Challa to have him lose his powers and leave Wakanda, but it was interesting to see him set up as the protector of Hell s Kitchen while Daredevil was away Sadly, this was a bit of a disappointment.


    21. It s difficult seeing T Challa as vulnerable as he is in this series But after Doomwar there weren t many options for the direction of his character Unfortunately it displayed how prideful he is to a fault.




    22. This was my first Black Panther story and I was pretty pleased with this I will admit that it did not blow me away but now I do want to read Black Panther stories.


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