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it was ok
I wanted to like this so much, but it was a snooze-fest that took me several days to read. The art was beautiful, lush, and vibrant…which was in stark contrast to the flaky, boring, dried out dialogue.
Too much talky, not enough action.
You know what?
I’ve been sitting here for about 30 minutes, scrolling through Facebook posts (mostly checking out cat videos), looking at Instagram pictures (why do my friends take so many pictures of food?), reading other Goodreads reviews (sadly, they’r
Depending on how well you know Black Panther — and I mean not just the character, but every run on the character and every time he appears in another Marvel comic and, in fact, every time a reference has been made to any element of the character’s world, forever — A Nation Under Our Feet is either subversive and brilliant, or an unfathomable mess.
I know nothing about Black Panther. I, like most left-leaning white comics nerds who like Batman, was just super-pumped to get a monthly comic drawn
Guess why I read this one?
Like the rest of the world I’ve gone Black Panther crazy after seeing the new movie, but aside from thinking he was pretty cool as a kid in the late ‘70s reading Avengers comics I wasn’t all that familiar with T’Challa or Wakanda. So this seemed like a good place to start.
Sadly, it isn’t.
Getting an acclaimed writer like Ta-Nehesi Coates to do your funny book shows yet again that comics aren’t just for kids any more, and there’s a lot of interesting stuff that draws on A