Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet, Book 2
Ta-Nehisi Coates Chris Sprouse Don McGregor Rich Buckler Brian Stelfreeze
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Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM By Ta-Nehisi Coates Chris Sprouse Don McGregor Rich Buckler Brian Stelfreeze

Counting down the final days of the kingdom of Wakanda As Zenzi and The People poison Wakanda s citizens against the Black Panther, a cabal of nation breakers is assembled And Ayo and Aneka, the Midnight Angels, are courted to raise their land to new glory His allies dwindling, T Challa must rely on his elite secret police, the Hatut Zeraze, and fellow Avenger Eden FesiCounting down the final days of the kingdom of Wakanda As Zenzi and The People poison Wakanda s citizens against the Black Panther, a cabal of nation breakers is assembled And Ayo and Aneka, the Midnight Angels, are courted to raise their land to new glory His allies dwindling, T Challa must rely on his elite secret police, the Hatut Zeraze, and fellow Avenger Eden Fesi, a.k.a Manifold And with T Challa s back truly against the wall, some old friends lend a hand Luke Cage, Misty Knight and Storm But Wakanda may be too far gone for this all new, all different crew and there s one job the Panther must handle alone Only he can voyage into the Djalia Getting there is hard enough, but can he even find his sister Shuri inside Wakanda s collective memory Collecting BLACK PANTHER 2016 5 8, plus JUNGLE ACTION 6 7 and bonus content.
  • Title: Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet, Book 2
  • Author: Ta-Nehisi Coates Chris Sprouse Don McGregor Rich Buckler Brian Stelfreeze
  • ISBN: 9781302900540
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Paperback

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Paul Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
This book intrigues me more than I actually enjoy it.I like the expansion and exploration of Wakanda's history and culture. I like the philosophical aspects. I like the artwork. I liked the ending to this volume.I'm not as keen on the somewhat glacial pacing. I didn't like T'Challa justifying why he put a team together consisting entirely of black superheroes. I felt like the writer was trying to justify his choices to the reader and he really didn't need to. It felt false, somehow.Still, like I [...]
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Terence Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
T'Challa facing difficulty from within his country seeks help from outside it.A Nation Under Our Feet Book 2 suffers from the same problem as book 1, they are trying to fit a story seemingly made for a novel into a comic. There aren't enough bubbles, boxes, or pages to make that all fit. The storytelling is simply too slow for a comic book. This is essentially volume 2. Only two things have happened and only one problem has been resolved. It's just holding my interest enough to continue even tho [...]
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Stewart Tame Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Book 2 is more action-packed than Book 1. We've often been told that the Panther is a king, but this series is the first time I can recall where we've actually gotten a sense of what that means. Coates gives us a sense of the real responsibilities of kingship, what it means to the people of Wakanda to have their leader off on adventures with the Avengers and so on. I think my favorite scene in the whole book was the confrontation with Zeke Stane The book is rounded out by some classic reprints f [...]
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Ken Moten Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
un/en/events/africandeThis book is the second trade paperback of Ta-Nehisi Coates' Black Panther and finally everything is starting to click in the right direction creatively. We find T'Challa on the back foot as the rebellion against him on two-fronts is no longer manageable by him-alone. He makes a further bad gamble that his enemies capitalize on and use to further undermine his legitamcy with the Wakandan people. Luckily, being an Avenger has its perks. At the same time, the comatose Shuri i [...]
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StoryTellerShannon Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Again, it had potential but it's all over the place. OVERALL GRADE: C plus to B minus.
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Blindzider Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Still not sure about this. There are things that I like: the Panther's "voice", political problems in the kingdom. Right now the theme seems to be about leadership and ruling: how do you keep people happy? How do you deal with rebellious people, a gentle hand of friendship or the iron fist of retaliation? For some reason, I'm having a problem following the multiple subplots. I don't think it's me, having read and watched many things like this. I suspect it is the writing, but I can't pinpoint wh [...]
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Robert Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Pleasure reading shouldn't feel like a chore. 3 stars out of respect for the art and the world-building, but that's as far as it goes for me.
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Lauren Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Great potential in the story here - such a cool world - but the storytelling and pacing continue to be a challenge for the reader.
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Chad Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Black Panther takes Ezekial Stane out of the equation, brings his "Crew" of black heroes in briefly, and lots of boring stories between Shuri and her mom before T'Challa goes to get her back.The Good: Chris Sprouse's art is very good. I've been a fan since his Legion of Super-Heroes days.The Bad: Coates continues his glacially slow pacing. I don't understand how this award winning artist can write such stilted dialogue.The Ugly: This is one of the most boring ongoing books I've ever read. Also i [...]
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Matthew Quann Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Prompted by the excellent new Black Panther film, I'm catching up on all of the Ta-Nehisi Coates' run! This second volume continues the political and thematically heavy storyline that finds T'Challa struggling with an insurgent group who continue to question his leadership. There's also the continuity-heavy inclusion of an Iron Man villain that works quite well given the villain's M.O. The art here is good, though not as tight and appealing as Brian Stelfreeze's art from the first book. My big p [...]
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Melissa Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Well I liked this one better then the first, and the artwork is gorgeous, and I love how they are blending myth and legend into futuristic Sci-fi, BUT I still can’t say it’s awesome. I’m beginning to wonder if it’s Coates, he’s a great author, but not exactly known for his action/adventure/sci-fi. Maybe they should have tapped Binti’s Okorafor or The Broken Earth’s Jemisin instead? I love the world they’ve created, but this story isn’t grabbing me.
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Maggie Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
SO GOOD. I've never read such a well-written graphic, it's like I'm reading a richly dialogue-laden novel with beautiful artwork serving as the supporting storyteller (which, now that I think on it, is how all graphics should be). I skipped the Black Panther throwback snippets after the story ended because I heard they were terrible (and the artwork was just so outdated, it was a huge turn off I assumed the text would feel the same). I kind of wish I'd waited for this to be released as a compend [...]
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Matt Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Really digging his style! (would be 5 stars) The only thing that really beefs me is that this volume was only 3 issues!? Some might argue that they provide older issues to supplement the lack of issues, but I don't know. To me it seems like Marvel has no problem donating money to an ethically bankrupt administration and charging nerds to cover the bill
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Michael Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
This actually has two different portions --- one written by Ta-Nehisi Coates and an older story line originally written by Stan Lee. I found the portion written by Coates to be rather slow-moving with the Black Panther being given to long-winded soliloquys and too much introspection. It made me think of Hamlet if he was an Avenger. To be honest, I'm new to the Black Panther stories, but, from the Avengers: Civil War movie, I've been under the impression that Black Panther is a man of action so I [...]
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Marta Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Gorgeous art, ambitious theme, a nation fighting for its freedom, a king struggling to find his role, warring factions, stunning women and men, a celebration of African heritage. This is a lovely volume to look at and ponder, however the story is scattered, the writing is heavy and vague. I will be continuing the series, but I wish I would not have to read everything three times in order to follow the story.
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Joe Young Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Ta-Nehisis Coates - writerChris Sprouse - illustratorAnother solid effort from writer Coates. He makes progress towards becoming a good comic book writer in this volume, but still has a ways to go. Sprouse takes over on pencils for Stellfreeze, who handled art in volume one. Sprouse does a solid job, and his style is very similar to Stellfreeze. The story still tends to move a little slowly and the world-building, while impressive in scope and epic in tone, tends to drag the pace down even more [...]
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Guilherme Smee Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Ta-Nehisi Coates continua sua empreitada para dar uma cara mais verossimilhante a T'Challa, o rei de Wakanda, também conhecido como o super-herói Pantera Negra. Entretanto quem rouba a cena nesse segundo volume não é T'Challa, mas sua irmã Shuri. Ela está presa no Djalia, o local que guarda toda a memória do povo Wakandano. Lá ela se fortalece para vencer seu estado atual - literamente entre a vida e a morte. No Djalia, Shuri é guiada pela Mãe, uma avatar griot que se assemelha muito a [...]
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Derek Newman-Stille Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Another powerful narrative by Ta-Nehisi Coates that explores the complexity of the Black Panther and ideas of kingship, citizenship, and critical belonging. Coates opens up critical questions about revolution and belonging, nationhood and resistance, proposing a rethinking of the notion of nationality itself. Coates' Black Panther is a character who is caught between multiple identities and roles that he has to perform from the super heroic to the role of king and his own emotional depth as a pe [...]
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Alex Sarll Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
A much more satisfying experience than the first volume, in which Coates seems to be settling in to the subtly different art of writing comics rather than prose, and the story feels like it's meshing much better with Wakanda as previously seen. Though for once, the old issues stuffed in the back to fill out a slender collection really help with that: I'd never read any of Panther's Rage before, but if that was Coates' formative vision of the character where mine was the Priest run, then no wonde [...]
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Austin Gullett Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Again: this is probably the best-written Marvel run right now. The basic premise of suggesting that Wakanda is not a peaceful paradise, but a complex, complicated nation with a deep, nuanced history is so refreshing. Coates writing is a perfect blend of humor, poetry, and drama. To paint a revolution as he does is no easy task, but he pays proper dues to all of the participants and to their philosophies. Sometimes you forget you're reading a superhero comic, but then you see that there's no reas [...]
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Ed Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Coates starts to find his sea legs in this set of issues. #7 is particularly good; I think he'd do better on the Crew as a team book than Black Panther. Also his Hickman-isms really crank in issue 8.
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Owen Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
I read the individual issues when they came out and really enjoyed them, though I was slightly confused at the time. I am re-reading both this collection and the previous to see how well it all flows as a continuous story.
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Rachel Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Read single issues, and these are the ones where it gets hard to wait another month for the next.
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Erica McGillivray Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Coates' earlier work in this book pays off here. The story's coming to together, and I'm looking forward to the rest of the long-term vision.
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Katie Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
This one just felt like a slog and I don't know why because I really enjoyed the first one.
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Darth Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Wow. Really exceeded my expectation. I'm honestly excited to read more of this. I think Coates takes Panther to a whole new level and it's amazing.
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Cameron H Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
This series continues to not blow me away. It sucks because there are really cool elements (the introduction of The Crew), but they get bogged down in a quagmire of boring subplots that I just can't muster the energy to give a crap about.Artwork continues to be sublime!
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Erin Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Shuri’s story arc is sooooo good. The women shine in this series.
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Shannon Appelcline Dec 15, 2018 - 04:07 AM
Coates' second volume of Black Panther is a somewhat more traditional narrative. That's in large part because the number of plot threads has been decreased, allowing us to focus more on each, rather than spinning crazily through all of them. However, we also get some more traditional superhero narratives, as the new "Crew" comes together and fights some super-villains.For better or for worst? That's hard to say. This second volume is more readable than the first, but not quite as distinctive. St [...]
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Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet, Book 2 By Ta-Nehisi Coates Chris Sprouse Don McGregor Rich Buckler Brian Stelfreeze Counting down the final days of the kingdom of Wakanda As Zenzi and The People poison Wakanda s citizens against the Black Panther, a cabal of nation breakers is assembled And Ayo and Aneka, the Midnight Angels, are courted to raise their land to new glory His allies dwindling, T Challa must rely on his elite secret police, the Hatut Zeraze, and fellow Avenger Eden FesiCounting down the final days of the kingdom of Wakanda As Zenzi and The People poison Wakanda s citizens against the Black Panther, a cabal of nation breakers is assembled And Ayo and Aneka, the Midnight Angels, are courted to raise their land to new glory His allies dwindling, T Challa must rely on his elite secret police, the Hatut Zeraze, and fellow Avenger Eden Fesi, a.k.a Manifold And with T Challa s back truly against the wall, some old friends lend a hand Luke Cage, Misty Knight and Storm But Wakanda may be too far gone for this all new, all different crew and there s one job the Panther must handle alone Only he can voyage into the Djalia Getting there is hard enough, but can he even find his sister Shuri inside Wakanda s collective memory Collecting BLACK PANTHER 2016 5 8, plus JUNGLE ACTION 6 7 and bonus content.

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