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This book intrigues me more than I actually enjoy it.
I like the expansion and exploration of Wakanda’s history and culture. I like the philosophical aspects. I like the artwork. I liked the ending to this volume.
I’m not as keen on the somewhat glacial pacing. I didn’t like T’Challa justifying why he put a team together consisting entirely of black superheroes. I felt like the writer was trying to justify his choices to the reader and he really didn’t need to. It felt false, somehow.
Still, like I
T’Challa facing difficulty from within his country seeks help from outside it.
A Nation Under Our Feet Book 2 suffers from the same problem as book 1, they are trying to fit a story seemingly made for a novel into a comic. There aren’t enough bubbles, boxes, or pages to make that all fit. The storytelling is simply too slow for a comic book. This is essentially volume 2. Only two things have happened and only one problem has been resolved. It’s just holding my interest enough to continue even tho
Book 2 is more action-packed than Book 1. We’ve often been told that the Panther is a king, but this series is the first time I can recall where we’ve actually gotten a sense of what that means. Coates gives us a sense of the real responsibilities of kingship, what it means to the people of Wakanda to have their leader off on adventures with the Avengers and so on. I think my favorite scene in the whole book was the confrontation with Zeke Stane …
The book is rounded out by some classic reprint