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PDF ï BOOK Marvels Black Panther FREE æ Throughout history Wakanda was a kingdom walled off to the world thriving in secret But under T’Challa’s rule the Wakandans’ resources and technology are now available to other nations Even nations such as Rudyarda a former apartheid state Some disagree with the decision to offer aid to a place witThroughout history Wakanda was a kingdom walled off to the world thriving in secret But under T’Challa’s rule the Wakandans’ resources and technology are now available to other nations Even nations such as Rudyarda a former apartheid state Some disagree with the decision to offer aid to a place with such a tortured past but the Black Panther believes the peopl Marvel's Black Panther Sins of the King is a short fun fast paced action filled read That said there are a few flaws that hold it backFirst the positives Imagine the second black panther movie That's how epic this story feels like We have all the characters we know and love from the first one and the comic T''Challa Shuri Okuye M'baku etc This time they have to deal with an external threat and an internal one The story is not just about the action the conseuences of Wakanda's self imposed isolation without helping other oppressed people's addressed to some extent here There is plenty of action to keep us entertained throughoutNow the flaws Some protagonists are just too cartoony This kind of writing might work in a long running comic book series but not in a standalone novel The other thing is that I think this story would have had a much better payoff had it been a graphic novelBut overall I enjoyed the book Black Panther fans shouldn't miss it

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E of Rudyarda shouldn’t pay for the sins of its Colonizers forever and his rule is absolute That is until a former Black Panther is resurrected from the ancestral plane Then everything is uncertain Because as everyone knows there can only be one Black Panther in Wakanda T’Chaka’s return to the land of the living divides reason from nature a ruler from his alli NOTE I received a free ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewIn 'Sins of the King' T'Challa the Black Panther is dealing with some unprecedented political and personal issues while trying to repair Wakanda's relationship with Rudyarda a bordering country with a history of apartheid that Wakanda has had a fraught relationship with in the pastOn the one hand T'Challa has apparently killed an American who attacked a diplomatic event he was at and media everywhere is painting him as a murderer On the other T'Chaka his beloved father seems to have come back from the dead and nobody not even T'Chaka himself can figure out whyI mostly enjoyed this book The storyline was fast paced and simple and it was really wonderful to get to hang out with the female characters I loved so much from the movie Shuri and Okoye Plus bonus appearances from Misty Knight and Team Avengers were all fun tooBut I wouldn't say I loved it For a start I couldn't get a sense of what kind of age group this was aimed at The simplistic language and tendency to tell don't show kept making me think it was written for middle graders or young YA but then something would happen or one of the characters would make a comment and it would feel like it was aimed at adults Although to be fair I've read comics that have that same sense to them tooI think the best way I could describe it was as though someone had verbally storyboarded a comic and then decided to publish the description of the storyboard rather than the comic it was meant to end up asUnfortunately the formatting didn't help my reading experience either I don't know whether it's an issue with NetGalley's Shelf app or just an issue with the formatting of this book but having pages and lines breaking in weird places not to mention page numbers turning up in the middle of sentences got really distracting That said I'm conscious that this was just an ARC and thank you NetGalley for providing it to me free so I suspect that if the issue is in the book itself it'll be fixed before publicationAll in all this was a uick enjoyable read something fans of the movie or comics might well have fun with but not one I'd rave about the way I have with say the Alias or Ms Marvel graphic novels

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Marvels Black PantherEs and T’Challa from his family But as T’Challa along with Shuri Okoye and Misty Knight search for the cause mysterious forces conspire to subvert his authority from without and within Other dead men come to life Old grudges find their way into the light And when catastrophe strikes a son must reckon with his father’s sins while a new generation of hero rises For me the story tried to hard to tell the story from T’Challa’s perspective and got over bogged down in the details of everything instead of staying out of the way and just telling a fun story