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by Joe Jusko,Christopher Priest

eBook Black Panther: Enemy Of The State TPB download ISBN: 0785108297
Author: Joe Jusko,Christopher Priest
Publisher: Marvel Comics (April 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 160
ePub: 1576 kb
Fb2: 1261 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Comics
Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Christopher Priest's Black Panther is always one step ahead of his enemies. Continuing the story layed out in Black Panther: The Client, Black Panther: Enemy of the State offers more of the brilliant writing and stunning art seen in The Client

Christopher Priest's Black Panther is always one step ahead of his enemies. He's acutely aware of his opponents' motives and always seems to be prepared for any contingency. Continuing the story layed out in Black Panther: The Client, Black Panther: Enemy of the State offers more of the brilliant writing and stunning art seen in The Client. Guest starring The Avengers and including shocking revelations about the Black Panther and his true motive for joining the team, this trade-paperback is not to be missed.

Written by Christopher Priest. Art by Cover by Joe Jusko, Mike Manley, Mark Bright and Jimmy Palmiotti. Destination, rates & speeds. 3. Black Panther: Enemy Of The State TPB. Priest, Christopher. Published by Marvel Comics 2002-04-01 (2002). Published in 2001, Softcover, 160 pages, full color. ISBN 10: 0785108297 ISBN 13: 9780785108290.

The only redeeming quality is Joe Jusko's art, but it only lasts three issues.

Christopher Priest is probably one of the most successful black comic book writers, and I was initially glad to find out that a black writer had helmed some of the definitive canon for this character. The only redeeming quality is Joe Jusko's art, but it only lasts three issues. Mike Manley takes the mantle, but his style doesn't suit this Black Panther at al. .

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Christopher Priest and Joe Jusko’s Enemy of the State confronts the problem head on, forcing a reckoning between T’Challa and the rest of the Avengers that not only breaks trust, but reveals the gulf between them. There is a difference between defending the world and ruling a country, and when all the chips are on the table, T’Challa makes it known that Wakanda comes first.

Black Panther: Enemy Of The State. by Christopher J. Priest · Joe Jusko · Mike Manley. King T'Challa of the African nation of Wakanda, the coolly unflappable and cunning creature of the night also known as Black Panther, takes on global politics and street-level punks. The story reels from intense polictical drama to wild adventure to hilar. Black Panther by Christopher Priest: The Complete Collection, Vol. 1. Priest · Joe Quesada · Mark Texeira · Vince Evans · Joe Jusko · Mike Manley · . Bright · Sal Velluto · Amanda Conner.

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Comments: (7)
MARK BEN FORD
Enemy of the State runs several stories at the same time in a very complicated plot. First T’Challa has been exiled to the United States where Achebe his rival back in Wakanda is attempting to usurp power and destroy the Black Panther through a number of manipulations. Second, there’s a love triangle between the Panther, his long time love Monica Lynne who has been in the comics since the 1970s and one of his Dora Milaje Nakia. Third, there’s the rivalry between T’Challa and the White Wolf who is nominally supposed to be serving the king.

For some reason most of the story is told through the eyes of Agent Ross who is portrayed as a buffoon.

A bigger problem is that Achebe is a ridiculous character. He’s insane and talks to a hand puppet. Plus in some of the comics he’s drawn so badly. How is this person supposed to be taken seriously???

Finally, the middle of the volume has some of the worst drawings I’ve seen in a Marvel comic. They’re no better than a Saturday morning cartoon. This characterized too many issues put out by Marvel starting in the 90s.

Overall that makes Enemy of the State a really mixed bag.
Oveley
The story line is good, it could have been better, the artwork is great, and it is a fast paced read. It's worth the purchase.
Realistic
Good art, good basic plot, poor plot execution. The characters are too one-dimensional. This sequel to "The Client" suffers the same problems. What should have been interesting aspects of the plot, (SPOILER!!!!) such as: What are the consequences of BP's actions from operating on foriegn soil? What are the consequences in regards to Wakanda's current political turmoil? etc..., these are all addressed, but feel forced. The plot feels chopped apart into sections with no flow, and may have benefitted under another writer, or in a longer book. BP figures out the behind-the-scenes politics of what's happening in the US (which feels complicated for the sake of being complicated) and then immediately flies to Wakanda, and tears through his enemies. It just all feels to forced.
Cobandis
Continuing right where the first volume left off (Black Panther: The Client, also highly recommended), Black Panther: Enemy of the State furthers the story of the exiled King of the African nation of Wakanda, T'Challa, also known as The Black Panther. Forced to stay in New York, lest civil war engulf his country thanks to crazed new ruler Achebe, The Panther becomes aware of a complex plot against him that I honestly can't even BEGIN to encapsulate here- It's just TOO confusing. (Not too confusing to follw, mind you; Just too much to be laid out here. You really need to experience it yourself.) The book hurtles along at a breakneck pace, rocketing towards a conclusion that may just be a little bit too over-the-top to fit with the rest of the book's tone (The giant deathtrap at the end just defied all logic), and writer Christopher Priest manages to tell an incredibly complex yarn, and not only make it a engrossing, but also humorous, suspenseful, and riveting. The art by Joe Jusko and M.D. Bright doesn't quite mesh with the chapters illustrated by Mike Manley, but that's a small beef, as all involved with the book do a top-notch job.
Marvel recently announced the cancellation of their monthly Black Panther series, which doesn't bode well for future collected editions, which is a damned shame. Black Panther isn't the kind of book I'd want to pick up on a monthly basis, as I think the stories are too complex to be rewarding in that format. They really deserve to be read in big chunks for best effect. Meanwhile, Priest is writing a new book for Marvel, The Crew. I'll be purchasing that book to see if he can create the same sense of wonder he did with Black Panther.
Fararala
Black Panther: Enemy of the State continues the story that began in the Black Panther: The Client TPB and collects issue #6-12 of the monthly series by Marvel Comics.
The Panther (a.k.a., T'Challa, king of the African nation of Wakanda) has discovered that while he was away from his homeland, he has become the victim of a coup. The madman, Achebe, has taken over, apparently with the help of the Panther's own stepmother. In the meantime, T'Challa must deal with assassination attempts, dirty CIA deals and the interference of his former teammates, the superpowered Avengers.
Christopher Priest's Black Panther is always one step ahead of his enemies. He's acutely aware of his opponents' motives and always seems to be prepared for any contingency. With the continuing (and often hilarious) narration of State Department liaison and Panther-friend, Everett Ross, we're taken on a wild ride as the Panther faces down his enemies one by one and battles to reclaim his lost throne.
The first few chapters are beautifully painted by the famed Joe Jusko and the last amicably illustrated by animation wiz Mike Manley and long-time comics veteran, M.D. Bright.
Black Panther: Enemy of the State is comics with brains, not just brawn. You won't be sorry you picked it up! This is hopefully just the second in a long line of future Panther trade paperbacks.
Melipra
Of all the original marvel knights comics, this is the one I enjoyed the most, together with the Inhumans. Ok, that's not saying so much, is it? Well, if you are wondering what this comic is like, then picture a big black guy dressed as a panther, walking the streets of NY. Then add to the story the fact that this guy is king of the most technologically advanced nation in the world, and that everyone and his mother is out to take the throne away from him, in order to sack the technogoodies. Then add the whitest (and most stupid) guy alive, some very very bad bad guys, interesting and unexpected plot twists, pulp fiction style storytelling, and you got a winner. Seriously, I have read and re read this comics many times! Highly recommended.