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by Reginald Hudlin

eBook Black Panther: Bad Mutha download ISBN: 0785117504
Author: Reginald Hudlin
Publisher: Marvel (May 31, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 96
ePub: 1988 kb
Fb2: 1473 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Comics
Subcategory: Graphic Novels

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Reginald Alan Hudlin (born December 15, 1961) is an American film screenwriter, director and producer. Along with his older brother Warrington Hudlin, he is known as one of the Hudlin Brothers. From 2005 to 2008, Hudlin was President of Entertainment for Black Entertainment Television (BET). Hudlin has also written numerous graphic novels. He co-produced the 88th Academy Awards ceremony in 2016 as well as other TV specials

Black Panther: Bad Mutha.

Black Panther: Bad Mutha. Text by Reginald Hudlin, Illustrated by Scot Eaton.

Black Panther Writer Reginald Hudlin on T’Challa and the Future of Black Superheroes. Photo: John Romita J. Klaus Janson, Dean White/Marvel Entertainment. How did the Black Panther animated series come about? Well, I was writing the Black Panther comic book for Marvel, and then at the same time, I was doing a deal to the first-ever president of entertainment at BET. I was working with some executives and they said, You know Reggie, we should do an animated version of your Black Panther comic book for the network. And I was like, Oh, that’s not a bad idea, and kind of forgot about it.

Reginald Hudlin is currently leading the charge. Hudlin has written and produced Marvel Knights: Black Panther, an animated mini-series that will be released just in time for Black History month, with Djimon Hounsou voicing the lead character. In support of this upcoming release, Hudlin talked about bringing the character to life in a big screen, live action movie that has long been rumored to star ou/Hounsou. I'd love for it to happen since I've been chasing the character for quite some time. When I first came to Hollywood the film was already in development, and I read some scripts about Black Panther that were just terrible.

That man is the Black Panther - and when King T'Challa asks for Cage's expertise in solving a little problem, it's got the makings of a serious team-up - with cameos galore from across the Marvel Universe

That man is the Black Panther - and when King T'Challa asks for Cage's expertise in solving a little problem, it's got the makings of a serious team-up - with cameos galore from across the Marvel Universe. What type of man does a hard case like Luke Cage look up to?

Birthplace: Centreville, Illinios. ComicBook Black Panther by Reginald Hudlin: The Complete Collection Vol. 02. January, 2018.

Birthplace: Centreville, Illinios. Black Panther by Reginald Hudlin: The Complete Collection Vol. 03. February, 2018.

The Black Panther animated series, is there a black Panther movie? . What’s next for Reginald Hudlin arguably one of the biggest and brightest minds of the 20th century? Man, again with the praise.

The Black Panther animated series, is there a black Panther movie? Flags of our fathers and working with marvel comics we ask it all!!! . The conversation between Namor, T’Challa and Ororo was a pleasure to write.

Writer: Reginald Hudlin. Artist: John Romita Jr. Publication date: April 2005 - November 2008. The oft-restarted franchise is once again begun anew with Reginald Hudlin at the helm for the initial run. T'Challa is the Black Panther, guardian of Wakanda. The series follows his exploits to protect his country and further good will throughout the world.

What type of man does a hard case like Luke Cage look up to? The kind of man who's got the guts to speak the truth and the muscle to back it up. The kind of man who's got all the gadgets to get the job done, a pair of sexy female bodyguards watching his back and an entire kingdom at his disposal. That man is the Black Panther - and when King T'Challa asks for Cage's expertise solving a little problem, it's got the makings of a serious team-up - with cameos galore from across the Marvel Universe! Collects Black Panther (2005) #10-13.
Comments: (7)
Funny duck
I just started collecting Black Panther graphic novels a couple of months ago, and this is one is one of my favorites. The fact that it has Blade and black falcon in it alone was enough for me to love this novel. I don't want to tell you to much about the novel because it was a lot more superheros and villains as the store goes along. All that I can say is that it is a great read.
Tansino
Glad I caught this while it was still affordable. Can't get this trade for under 40 bucks now. T'Challa is about to take over the world!
Bluecliff
This was a great book! I couldn't put it down! Very creative, especially the team up in the Katrina Aftermath. Excellent Book!
inform
All your marvel super hero brothas - and then some!
Artwork is good - but not as great as a Udon book would be...
But still good!
Mitynarit
In this comic of Black Panther, T’Challa is in America looking for a wife. However he believes he has already met her and is out to find her.

During his search he is ambushed by Fu Manchu and captured along with Cage and brought to a hidden base in Asia. Unfortunately for Fu Mancu his mean are easily overwhelmed and his visitors are none too happy when they arrive. But his whole purpose was to try to unite Africa with Asia by having his daughter marry T’Challa. T’Challa turns him down.

As they are returning to America they stop in New Orleans where the flood waters of Katrina have not yet receded back to the Ocean. However Vampires have been loosed on the city and a old Vampire from the Civil War era has risen and returns to his white supremacist family (who looks like a fat Colonel Sanders) and plans to take over New Orleans.

Blade and Doctor Voodoo are already there doing their best to clamp down on the situation, however with Luke Cage and The Black Panther’s help they start cleaning up the town of vampires, but there is one last person they need. Pulsar who is in town with her father rescuing those stranded in the floods. Together they take on the Vampire horde.

Now this comic bugged me a bit. I understand the Vampire and his White Supremacist horde. But they added this little bit where a basketball player (don’t know who he is) supposedly owns a construction company and is arguing with a FEMA official who is refusing to allow him to help and enter the city. To me that whole scene in the comic didn’t add anything to the story.

So overall, I still really enjoyed the story and all the action and seeing all these black super heros get together and fight was pretty bad ass.

It, as with all Marvel comics has DRM, -1.
Blackseeker
In Bad Mutha writer Reginald Hudlin threw in everyone. There’s Luke Cage, the Falcon, Fu Manchu, Shang Chi, Captain Marvel, Brother Voodoo and Blade. They’re fighting ninjas and vampires.

Here’s the thing. It’s hard enough to get comics to portray black people realistically. That was one of the strengths of Hudlin. Not only did he revive the Black Panther, he was able to place him within believable African and African American communities. The same cannot be said for Asians. Fu Manchu comes at T’Challa with ninjas and his women are dressed in kimonos even though he’s Chinese. Asians are not all the same, yet Marvel has never even tried to rectify this for decades now. One small critique of an otherwise great volume.
DarK-LiGht
I enjoyed these Black Panther stories a lot better than a later run where Black Panther came off as a cold pimp. Here he is more in line to what we see in the film. The stories with Luke Cage and other Marvel heroes are a neat way to expand the world of BP without being hokey and allows for non-preachy social commentary too.
Black Panther. Luke Cage. Blade. Brother Voodoo. Monica Rambeau. With Shang Chi showing up in the Asia arc. That alone says the story is good because it goes from New York to Asia to New Orleans. A very wonderful story. A must read.