Black Panther, Vol. 3: A Nation Under Our Feet, Book 3

Black Panther, Vol. 3: A Nation Under Our Feet, Book 3

The full truth of the People's revolution - and the power players supporting it - has been revealed! Now, T'Challa must fight like never before for the fate of his nation - and one of his most trusted allies is back to stand by his side. As the final battle begins, the entirety of Wakanda's glorious history may be their most potent weapon. But even if the People fall, can The full truth of the People's revolution - and the power players supporting it - has been revealed! Now, T'Challa must fi...

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Title:Black Panther, Vol. 3: A Nation Under Our Feet, Book 3
Author:Ta-Nehisi Coates
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ISBN:Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet, Book 3
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:144 pages pages

Black Panther, Vol. 3: A Nation Under Our Feet, Book 3 Reviews

  • Joe Young
    Sep 23, 2017
    Ta-Nehisi Coates - writer Brian Stelfreeze & Chris Sprouse - illustrators Another very solid effort from Coates & co. that somehow falls just short of the mark. The art by Stelfreeze and Sprouse is excellent, the two artists meld their styles seamlessly. The writing has all...
  • Wealhtheow
    Mar 02, 2018
    One of the revolutions threatening T'Challa's rule is disposed of after a very short skirmish. The other sits down with T'Challa and they talk for most of the comic, and then T'Challa decides the people will be allowed to vote for representatives and they'll share power with the king. ...
  • Jasmine
    Dec 02, 2017
    A really good, nuanced, THOUGHTFUL ending to a really good, complex, inexorable arc. I am tempted to take off a star for the huge weakness of the older (not written by Ta-Nehisi Coates) excerpts at the back, but old arcs at the back are rarely germaine to the actual book, so I will jus...
  • Kathleen
    Jan 07, 2018
    This trade contains the thrilling conclusion to the Nation Under Our Feet storyline, putting a rest to rebellion and facing a bold new future for Wakanda. And then it has part of a confusing New Avengers story line that would probably make a lot more sense in any other context. I'm gen...
  • Alan
    Mar 30, 2017
    Here's the problem I'm having with the first three trades (or as I've read them digital floppies), and its that I feel like I'm supposed to like this series. Coates is big time award winning author, right? Political correctness says I'm supposed to like this, because it's the second ti...
  • Petergiaquinta
    May 27, 2018
    Well, that?s over with... The third part of Ta-Nehesi Coates? foray into the graphic novel form is only mildly better than the first two...characters seem to finally come more into their own and the dialogue feels a little stronger, although no less stilted, as the resolution to...
  • Ken Moten
    Mar 23, 2017
    I usually start off with the introductory quote, but this volume that wraps-up the first story-arc of Ta-Nehisi Coates on Black Panther is a book tailor-made to pander to your local HBCU's social sciences department...and I cannot be happier for it: Changamire: "If you studied you woul...
  • Leo McBride
    Mar 11, 2018
    I've been reading through quite a lot of Black Panther collections before and after watching the movie - and man, the work by Ta-Nehisi Coates is both tantalising and frustrating. This is the third collection from his Black Panther run, and while I enjoyed a great deal about the idea...
  • Brigid
    May 14, 2017
    i found book 1 fairly confusing - if beautiful - but the threads all came together by book 3 in a way that was even more satisfying than i expected. a good story and great storytelling. i especially loved the roles given to shuri and the dora milaje. it would have been easy to keep the...
  • Jen
    Jun 16, 2017
    I personally felt that this was the best volume yet. T'Challa is finally the man that he should be, Queen Shuri is some sort of mystical, ancient Wakanda badass with a great outfit, plus there is plenty of war AND exposition. This seemed more thoughtfully put together and the reader le...
  • Alex Sarll
    Sep 26, 2017
    The revolution/insurgency/civil war in Wakanda reaches its climax, and Coates has plenty to say about the uneasy alliances such times bring, the messy compromises, and the need still to know when and where you really can?t compromise: ?A philosopher brandishes an impractical morali...
  • Saphirablue
    Oct 05, 2018
    Gosh, I love Shuri. <3 I'm really sad that it came to this but I have hope that they manage to get past it. I really like that the Midnight Angels and T'Challa/Shuri talk with each other and try to find a solution. *crosses fingers* I also like the discussion on what it's righ...
  • StoryTellerShannon
    Aug 28, 2017
    It started strong in regards to the Golden City and the turmoil in Wakanda but then it unraveled in the latter part of the novel. Still interesting in topic so I will finish the series. OVERALL GRADE: B minus to B. ...
  • Tara
    Jun 07, 2017
    Having read the first arc of Coates' first foray into comics and fiction I feel like I can safely suss out my feelings on Black Panther. That is, I have no real feelings about it. I spent too much time just trying to figure out this series that I never felt emotionally invested in the ...
  • Chris Thompson
    Mar 27, 2017
    At times thoughtful, at times too talky and clunky with philosophy. Where its intellectualism serves as a strength, the lack of any magnetic characters and the weakness of the action sequences, which lack any weight or power, makes this a mixed bag. Mostly, Coates strikes a good balanc...
  • Shannon Appelcline
    Sep 04, 2017
    This continues to be a slow, talky comic, but Coates makes good use of that talkiness in this final volume of "Nation Under Our Feet" to investigate the nature of kingship and what it means for Wakanda. It's an interesting conclusion that allows Coates to correct what he obviously find...
  • Michael Adams
    Jun 29, 2017
    There are some issues of pacing and there is still a surfeit of 'talking head' scenes, but this book has grown on me. It continues being an intelligent, introspective, personally and politically insightful examination of a superhero who is also the leader of his own nation. The large c...
  • Saif Saeed
    May 26, 2017
    Mixed feelings here. On the one hand Coates captures the ideological and philosophical elements of Wakanda very well. Black Panther and especially Wakanda stories are complex, bordering and dipping into convoluted sometimes. Coates Wakanda walks that line. The action shots in the...
  • Thomas
    Jul 15, 2018
    Okay work, I feel as though I'm losing parts of the story even though I am reading them in sequence. I feel as though I need to go back and read more about what happened prior to Coates' run in order to fully understand what is happening now. Also the continued use of Wakandan terms wi...
  • Frédéric
    May 13, 2018
    If you didn't like vol.1 because there was too much talk there's little chance you'll like this one better. Revolutions are talking affairs. Coates somehow managed to cram a political novel into 12 comic books so of course it's laden with dialogues. His talent is to make them resoun...
  • Erin Stevenson
    Sep 19, 2018
    This was the book that originally made me pick up the series. The cover art was so striking, it caught my attention. I enjoyed the series as a whole, but looking at other reviews I see I'm not alone in thinking that this graphic novel was written like a straight up novel. The story its...
  • Matthew Quann
    Feb 28, 2018
    Seen from the end of this 12-issue opening arc, A Nation Under Our Feet feels like not only progress forward for T'Challa, but for all of Wakanda. With a much needed shot in the arm, provided by the return of Shuri, T'Challa is finally ready to take on The People and the rogue Dora Mil...
  • Chad
    Jul 27, 2017
    Coates finishes up his intolerable Black Panther run with a whimper. The civil war ends and then everyone sits around talking about what a new government should entail but nothing gets established. A meandering end for a book that was nothing but insufferable dialogue. The book was onl...
  • Vanessa
    Aug 29, 2018
    the entire series is great, really subversive and thought-provoking; the second and third one were my favorites. also, the visuals are goddamn STUNNING ...
  • Katie
    Dec 20, 2017
    The second volume didn't do anything for me (except Shuri kicking butt which was grand) but this one was everything I was hoping for and more. ...
  • Alasondro Alegré
    Jan 31, 2018
    ??? ??? ...more ...
  • Cat
    Mar 24, 2018
    ??We are no man. We are a nation.?? Volume 1 Review Volume 2 Review I had mixed feelings about Volume 1 but this series definitely got better as it went along! My favourites were Shuri, Ayo & Aneka and during this volume there?s some scenes with all three of them,...
  • Sion
    May 21, 2017
    The real battle is not the armed revolutionaries but Wakanda's evolution from an absolute monarchy into a constitutional monarchy. T'Challa realizes he shouldn't be a king. No man should. ...
  • Malum
    Dec 11, 2018
    I kept reading this plotline hoping that it would get better, or at least that something interesting would happen, but it was just sub-par the whole way through. The worst part is that they have been building up to this huge battle for ages now, and when it finally happens we don't...
  • Cameron H
    Feb 24, 2018
    Of this run, I think this - Book 3 - is probably the best. Of course, this isn't too surprising considering this is the culmination of the previous two volumes. The storytelling is more economical here, and the stakes are clear. However, I believe that every story - in its own way ...