Black Panther & The Crew: We Are the Streets

Black Panther & The Crew: We Are the Streets

Black Panther, Storm, Luke Cage, Misty Knight and Manifold band together to take on a dangerous wave of street-level threats in a new series by co-writers Ta-Nehisi Coates (New York Times best-selling author of Between the World and Me and Marvel's Black Panther) and Yona Harvey (Black Panther: World of Wakanda), and legendary artist Butch Guice! The death of a Harlem acti Black Panther, Storm, Luke Cage, Misty Knight and Manifold band together to take on a dangerous wave of street-level thre...

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Title:Black Panther & The Crew: We Are the Streets
Author:Ta-Nehisi Coates
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Black Panther & the Crew: We Are the Streets
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:136 pages pages

Black Panther & The Crew: We Are the Streets Reviews

  • Renata
    Mar 15, 2018
    first of all this should be called Misty Knight and the Crew because Black Panther is barely in this. Which is fine because I love Misty, obv. I like the concepts here ((view spoiler)[HYDRA IS GENTRIFYING HARLEM (hide spoiler)] ) but there was a lot of legwork to set up the whole pr...
  • David Schaafsma
    Jun 06, 2019
    Check out BP Rinehart's review of this comic, which he says is the best thing Coates has done in comics thus far, and I agree. This one sparkles with the right balance of action and ideas. The title is wrong, in that this is less about Black Panther and more about a group of African-Am...
  • Marsha Altman
    Jun 11, 2018
    This is much better than Coates' Black Panther run! It's a such a shame this was cancelled while the other comic keeps going. ...
  • Phil Overeem
    Apr 02, 2018
    Panthermania still in effect! Ororo and Misty?cool pairing! ...
  • Vendela
    Dec 01, 2017
    GODDAMNNNNNNNNNN. ...
  • Ma'Belle
    Dec 17, 2017
    An intentionally and unapologetically all-black team of super-powered individuals in the Marvel universe are brought together for unknown reasons, but all signs point to it being related to gentrification in Harlem and the history of revolutionary movements and power imbalances among d...
  • Amy!
    Jan 16, 2018
    This is the kind of team up comic I'm looking for! It's really a shame that Marvel canceled them prematurely, because this could have been AMAZING. ...
  • Trike
    Jan 31, 2018
    Here we have a masterclass in how not to do a comic. Or tell a story. Jesus, this is bad on every level. First of all, the title is Black Panther and the Crew, yet Black Panther is barely in this book. He doesn?t even show up until the last panel of the second chapter/issue. Then ...
  • Alan
    Sep 01, 2017
    Marvel, you royally screwed the pooch when you canceled this series. To comic readers-this was one of the best books out there and it deserved your support. Yes, I've been critical of Coates' writing in the past. Whether it is him or his co-writer Yona Harvey, this series give a re...
  • Erica
    Dec 04, 2017
    Guess why I checked this out? Nope, it's not because of the upcoming movie. Nope, it's not because I'm a mad fan of Ta-Nehisi Coates. (cuz I'm not) It's because Misty Knight is on the cover. I frickin' LOVE Misty Knight! Some of my friends here know how I feel about Netfli...
  • B. P. Rinehart
    Oct 14, 2017
    "It was always me vs the world Until I found it's me vs me Why, why, why, why? Why, why, why, why? Just remember, what happens on Earth stays on Earth! We gon' put it in reverse..." - DUCKWORTH. by Kendrick Lamar A lot of Ta-Nehisi Coates coming out lately. I have been putting-...
  • Darcy Roar
    May 22, 2018
    Such potential to tell a great boots on the ground kind of super hero story, I'm bummed they've already axed this series. I like the detective shenanigans and the time jumping (though I found it occasionally visually confusing). The title is a bit misleading as Black Panther only shows...
  • M
    Nov 26, 2017
    Ta-Nehisi Coates and Butch Guice headline a crew of writers and artists for a look at the mean streets of Marvel's Harlem neighborhood. A well-known political activist dies in police custody, igniting a battle over truth and justice. Misty Knight finds herself drawn into the struggle, ...
  • B
    Jan 18, 2018
    This feels like an attempt to rewrite some very, very recent stories: the evil Hydra gentrifiers in Ms. Marvel and the attempt to create a race riot with Americops in Sam Wilson. Ms. Marvel, Vol. 5: Super Famous Captain America: Sam Wilson, Volume 3: Civil War II In many wa...
  • Dan
    Mar 15, 2018
    I usually like detective type stories but this was just okay...I want to see Black Panther...not his alter identity. ...
  • Jeff Larsen
    Feb 12, 2018
    Great series, gone too soon What a shame. Marvel 86?d Black Panther and The Crew after a measly six issues. Here?s hoping Coates and crew get the chance to bring this team back in the pages of Black Panther. ...
  • Arlene
    Feb 11, 2018
    I'll be honest, I struggled a little bit to follow the plot here and keep track of who was who. Maybe that's the point though. Gripping read, really well drawn, lots going on. ...
  • Brian
    Sep 14, 2018
    The only reason I didn't 'award' 5/5 is that on flicking through it a martial arts panel caught my eye and made my mind up to get it. Then when I read the book (& it's half a dozen stories, so is entitled to be called that), it turned out there were no more similar face offs. Very ...
  • Douglass Gaking
    Jan 30, 2019
    This was a great idea, and Coates did a fine job with it, but Marvel majorly disappointed here. Black Panther does not play much of a role in this. Maybe he was supposed to further down the road, but Marvel kept this to only 6 issues. Misty Knight and Storm are strong, the other charac...
  • James DeSantis
    Nov 30, 2018
    This was a fun little story though I felt it must have been canceled out of nowhere with that ending they set up. So this story is basically revolving around a friend getting killed and bringing together old friends or associates. With that Misty Knight, Storm, Black Panther, and L...
  • Mary Ralph
    Mar 01, 2018
    This comic is so good and so infuriating because Marvel promptly cancelled it. I guarantee sales of the trade will shock and astound them after the movie's success. It's a nice introduction to other Black heroes in the Marvel Universe, but doesn't retread anything for the OGs. There ha...
  • Rod Brown
    Dec 06, 2017
    I want to like Coates' Black Panther titles, but they are just so awkward, dull and instantly forgettable. ...
  • Chad
    Jan 26, 2018
    I can't believe this is the same writer as the ongoing Black Panther title. This was actually good. It's not overwritten like Black Panther, nor is it filled with enough text to be considered prose. Jackson Guice's art blends perfectly with the story. It's got a little of that gritty l...
  • Justin
    Mar 21, 2018
    This was by far the best iteration of the recent Black Panther comics. Shame it was cancelled and forced to wrap up story lines so rapidly, this is the most salient and relevant comic I've ever read. On top of that, it was genuinely interesting. The flashbacks beginning each part worke...
  • Geppis Baltimore
    Feb 24, 2018
    "Black Panther & The Crew: We Are the Streets" was a book that I was looking forward reading, even though a part of me hoped it wouldn't be a typical comic that is using a character to sell yet another book. I'm glad to say it is a solid title, even if there are a couple of snags, ...
  • Diz
    Apr 06, 2018
    This isn't really about Black Panther, but rather a group of African-American and African heroes that get involved in a murder case in Harlem. A prominent local activist with a history of speaking out against injustice is murdered in his jail cell. Misty Knight looks into it, and in pu...
  • Chris W
    Mar 20, 2018
    It shouldn't be titled "black panther & the crew" (there's hardly any black panther). It's much more of a Misty Knight story. Heavily rooted in socio-political ideologies, this entire series basically centers around gentrification and police/law treatment of black people. If you ca...
  • Paul E. Morph
    Mar 06, 2018
    I only meant to read one or two issues of this tonight with the intention of finishing it in my lunch break at work tomorrow but, once I'd started, I couldn't stop reading. When I first saw this book advertised, I was a little unsure about it. To put this in perspective, I've lived ...
  • Sarospice
    Dec 17, 2018
    I wish Marvel had stuck with this because it really was a great read and an interesting team. Everyone trying to define HOME in the turbulance, looking for somewhere to belong, and how to survive... Brilliant! Maybe this as a NEW DEFENDERS? ...
  • Nick Somsavanh
    Feb 28, 2018
    Black Panther & the Crew: We Are the Streets (2017) is a graphic novel that is a compilation of six single comic books written by Ta-Nehisi Coates & Yona Harvey and illustrated by Jackson Butch Guice. The graphic novel is a superhero epic that is based in the Marvel comic book ...