Black Panther, Vol. 4: Avengers of the New World Part 1

Black Panther, Vol. 4: Avengers of the New World Part 1

Where next for the Black Panther? Find out as a sensational new arc begins! Eons ago -- before Black Panthers, before Wakanda, before time itself -- there were only the Orishas! The pantheon of gods and goddesses from which the world as we know it was manifested: Asali. Ogutemeli. Bast. But now, when Wakanda burns, they are silent. When she was flooded, they were silent. W Where next for the Black Panther? Find out as a sensational new arc begins! Eons ago -- before Black Panthers, before Wak...

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Title:Black Panther, Vol. 4: Avengers of the New World Part 1
Author:Ta-Nehisi Coates
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Black Panther Book 4: Avengers of the New World Part 1
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:144 pages pages

Black Panther, Vol. 4: Avengers of the New World Part 1 Reviews

  • John
    Oct 06, 2017
    Coates becomes A LOT more comfortable with the storytelling format of comics in this ARC. I feel uncomfortable--while I like the story line, I am unsure if some of the "tired" tropes he uses are because he's unaware the style is passe (i.e. Margaret Atwood's CatBird fell prey to this),...
  • Ma'Belle
    Nov 29, 2017
    I'm SO glad Ta-Nehisi Coates is writing Black Panther, and that he keeps getting better at handling the medium. Granted, the first two volumes were difficult, but vols. 3 and 4 are both fantastic. My only complaint is of the lack of a comprehensive prologue explaining the many major...
  • Matt
    Sep 29, 2018
    MAN!!!! Wakanda is under attack by ancient creatures that travel through doorways (or do they?). A new deity has been summoned in the absence of the old gods. Also thought it was pretty cool to see Jacen's work in this collection. ...
  • Maggie
    Jul 16, 2018
    Read in one sitting--still not positive what's happening 24/7, but I don't think it's necessary to the story, as I'm continually riveted and wanting to know how T'Challa will deal with the next threat. (So I guess this means I do kinda know what's going on?) ...
  • Avi Grundner
    Nov 04, 2017
    This is clearly the middle of an arc, so I won't get into it too much, but I'm liking it a lot so far. The cast of characters are interesting and engaging with each other in interesting ways, Shuri is the best, Ororo is the best, and I'm excited about where the plot is going. ...
  • Dakota Morgan
    Jan 21, 2018
    After the busy and confusing storyline that took up the first three Black Panther volumes under Coates' watch, this fourth volume feels like a strong reboot. Wakanda struggles to recover from civil war while new outside threats arise. Adding to the misery and mystery, the pantheon of W...
  • Nick
    Apr 22, 2018
    It ends on a cliffhanger (ugh) but is otherwise a good read. The Oromo/Storm dynamic with T?Challa is, for my money, the best part of this particular volume. There was less concern for the nature of power and authority in this volume, and more focus on the personal ? as well as som...
  • David Stewart
    Jun 13, 2018
    I wish this were interesting at all, but it leaves much to be desired. Maybe the next volume will make good on some of the promises introduced here, but that just makes this entire thing filler that could have been summed up in one panel. ...
  • Jen
    Feb 10, 2018
    Love this, love the artwork, love the strong women, I just couldn?t follow the whole story. ...
  • M
    Jan 20, 2018
    Ta-Nehisi Coates and a slew of artists join forces to present the fourth volume of the Black Panther saga. Having quelled the rebellion within Wakanda, T'Challa discovers a disturbing report of new enemies appearing across his nation. The arrival of snake men, snow beasts, and spider w...
  • B
    Jan 29, 2018
    I'm starting to feel like the weight of the mythology is crushing me a little bit. It's excellent world-building, but when it's read as a serial, it can be hard to remember the five regions and the five gods and the new/revamped secondary characters. Here, a new character of cosmic sig...
  • William Maxwell
    Jan 30, 2018
    In a (Marvel) universe where gods are just a 'thing' (like super-aliens, 'beyonders' and incarnations of the universe itself), Black Panther has made them incredibly relevant. I'm genuinely interested in the gods' relationship with the people, as set forth in this plotline in Black Pan...
  • Sadaf
    Mar 24, 2018
    This was hands down my favorite volume in this series, I'm glad the whole civil war business is over and we can now focus on important things like Storm, yeah I'm a tad biased, storm is legit my favorite character in MCU and I'm team T'challa and Storm forever, not even sorry. ...
  • Anders
    Apr 23, 2018
    Cool. ...
  • Lekeisha The Booknerd
    Jun 18, 2018
    Love the dialogue between characters; I actually found myself laughing a lot, despite the challenges they faced. Plus, T'Challa and Ororo together had me swooning. African mythology plays a big role in this story, so I can't wait to read the next installment. ...
  • Douglass Gaking
    Nov 25, 2017
    As Ta-Nehisi Coates settles into this series, the flow of the story gets better and better. There is more focus on the action than there was at first, and it is all more smoothly integrated into the story. This should make it more accessible to readers who aren't as attracted to the in...
  • Matthew Quann
    Mar 02, 2018
    That's more like it! This volume of Black Panther takes the story established in A Nation Under Our Feet uses it as a backdrop for some seriously good superhero storytelling. Having proven that he is playing the long game and will be writing a different type of story, Coates takes t...
  • Chad
    Jun 13, 2018
    I feel with this new storyline, Coates is finally getting a feel for writing comics. The art is no longer obscured by the heaps of text Coates was throwing on each page. The last arc was like reading a textbook with a few illustrations. The pacing is much better and so is the action. M...
  • Ona
    Oct 26, 2017
    Can't wait for the movie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vt9UZ... I feel it's gonna be EPIC!!! ...
  • Morgan Dhu
    Apr 16, 2018
    Black Panther Book 4: Avengers of the New World, Part One is the beginning of a new narrative arc in the Black Panther comic written by Ta-Nehisi Coates. The rebellion is ended in Wakanda. A new constitution, a new, more representational form of government is being forged. But T?Chal...
  •  The Black Geek
    May 16, 2017
    I am thoroughly enjoying Ta-Nehisi Coates' development of the Black Panther character and the mythical world of Wakanda. I have enjoyed being on this journey with T'challa and bearing witness to his internal dialogue and constant negotiation between power, leadership and ancestral conn...
  • Jim
    Apr 03, 2018
    I think finally this series is moving toward a strong story line in the Marvel Universe. Although Wakanda is outside of the USA, Black Panther really is a part of the MU. I loved the power of the struggle of the nation of Wakanda, but at last it feels like that struggle will not be neg...
  • Nicole Westen
    Jan 02, 2018
    I love reading stories that have African mythology in them. There isn't nearly enough of that in literature today. ...
  • k
    Dec 11, 2017
    YASSSSS ...
  • Paul E. Morph
    Apr 02, 2018
    I enjoyed this one but there were parts that seemed a little muddled and parts that seemed a little nonsensical. Why, for example, when faced with what seemed to be a magical/mythological threat did T'Challa not go to his contacts in that area of expertise? He knows Jericho Drumm, Step...
  • Josh
    Nov 28, 2017
    With Wakanda's civil war finally over, Book 4 of Coates's "Black Panther" takes the story in new directions as a threat tied to Wakanda's past and rooted in their spiritual beliefs threatens their newfound way of life. This volume works as a satisfying follow-up to what Coates has done...
  • Wade
    Oct 05, 2018
    This volume continues the story (pause to think) that was formerly continued in A Nation Under Our Feet, what I really appreciated about the previous arc: the inner turmoil, and character development, feel like a thing of the past in this arc. I get that T'chala needs to move forward t...
  • Sarospice
    Jun 26, 2018
    After so much political intrigue it's nice to see Tchalla and co. just use Wakanda tech and panther powers to fight something even if this volume is just a build-up for the return of Klaw! ...
  • Thomas LorD
    Oct 16, 2018
    This sure was disappointing. I liked Black Panther from the moment I saw him the first time in the Civil War movie and when I won this comic I was very eager to dive into his printed story... but it was pretty lame. I was surprised to find Storm from the X-Men in there, but other than ...
  • Matthew Erao
    Jan 25, 2018
    This was easily the best arc of Coates' run so far. The early volumes had a lot of good stuff in them but they were forced to catch up and reset the world of Black Panther. This is the first story that felt firmly rooted in Coates' work and he proved just as deft at handling the spirit...