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Black Panther vol. 05 - Four the Hard Way (2007) (digital TPB)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 8, 2016
Black Panther vol. 05 - Four the Hard Way (2007) (digital TPB)

Black Panther vol. 05 - Four the Hard Way (2007) (digital TPB)
English | CBR | 126 pages | 171.78 MB

Collects Black Panther #26-30.
In the aftermath of Civil War, the Black Panther and Storm take up temporary residence in the Baxter Building while Reed Richards and Sue Storm attend to important personal business. Can a team-up with the Thing and the Human Torch be far behind? It's clobberin' time.

Black Panther vol. 04 - Civil War (2007) (digital TPB)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 8, 2016
Black Panther vol. 04 - Civil War (2007) (digital TPB)

Black Panther vol. 04 - Civil War (2007) (digital TPB)
English | CBR | 179 pages | 199.45 MB

Collects Black Panther (2005) #19-25.
The Royal Couple, King T'Challa and Queen Ororo, embark on a diplomatic tour that will have them spanning the globe - and beyond! Stops include Latveria (Dr. Doom), the Moon (Black Bolt and the Inhumans), Atlantis (Namor the Sub-Mariner) and the Civil War-ravaged United States, for a meeting with none other than the point man for the U.S. government's implementation of the Superhuman Registration Act: Tony Stark, T'Challa's former Avengers teammate. Will the Black Panther and Storm decide to get off the sidelines of the Civil War and get involved?

Black Panther vol. 03 - The Bride (2006) (digital TPB)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 7, 2016
Black Panther vol. 03 - The Bride (2006) (digital TPB)

Black Panther vol. 03 - The Bride (2006) (digital TPB)
English | CBR | 141 pages | 169.11 MB

Collects Black Panther #14-18.
Every King needs a Queen - and that's exactly what the Black Panther is searching for! Hop on board here, True Believer, as the King of Wakanda embarks on an epic quest to find a wife - the outcome of which will send reverberations throughout the whole Marvel Universe. You don't want to miss out on history in the making!

Black Panther vol. 02 - Bad Mutha (2006) (digital TPB)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 7, 2016
Black Panther vol. 02 - Bad Mutha (2006) (digital TPB)

Black Panther vol. 02 - Bad Mutha (2006) (digital TPB)
English | CBR | 102 pages | 151.89 MB

Collects Black Panther (2005) #10-13. What type of man does a hard case like Luke Cage look up to? The Black Panther – and when King T'Challa asks for Cage's expertise solving a little problem, it's got the makings of a serious team-up – with cameos galore from across the Marvel Universe!
Black Panther vol. 01 - Who is Black Panther (2006) (digital TPB)

Black Panther vol. 01 - Who is Black Panther (2006) (digital TPB)
English | CBR | 143 pages | 167.96 MB

Collects Black Panther (2005) #1-6. Deep in the heart of Africa is Wakanda, a technologically advanced civilization of great power and mystery. It's warrior-king is T'Challa, the latest in a famed family line, and the great hero known worldwide as the Black Panther. Despite the futile defeats of the past, outsiders are once more assembling to invade Wakanda and plunder its riches. Leading this brutal assault is Klaw, a deadly assassin with the blood of T'Challa's murdered father on his hands. Klaw brings with him a powerful army of super-powered mercenaries, all hell-bent on raining death and destruction on this pristine land. Even with Wakanda's might and his own superhuman skills, can the Black Panther prevail against such a massive invading force?

Black Panther Vol.1 #1-13 (1976) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at May 6, 2012
Black Panther Vol.1 #1-13 (1976) Complete

Black Panther Vol.1 #1-13 (1976) Complete
English | CBR | 13 Issues | 111.8 MB

Black Panther Vol. 3 #1-62 Complete  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Oct. 24, 2010
Black Panther Vol. 3 #1-62 Complete

Black Panther Vol. 3 #1-62 Complete
62 CBR's in 4 RAR's | Marvel Comics | Published Nov 1998 - Sep 2003 | 399.09 MB Total

(T'Challa) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. Created by writer-editor Stan Lee and penciller-co-plotter Jack Kirby, he first appeared in (July 1966). He is the first black superhero in mainstream American comics, debuting several years before such early African-American superheroes as the Falcon, Storm, Luke Cage, Blade, Tyroc, Black Lightning and John Stewart. At the series' start reactions were mixed, due mainly to series writer Christopher Priest's deliberately tangled narrative approach. Towards the series' end there was a dip in quality as the focus shifted. As a whole, however, and with the benefit of the passage of time, Black Panther Volume 3 came to be praised for its "wit, sharp characterization, narrative sophistication and explosive splash panels (courtesy of artist Mark Texeira)", transforming an under-used super-powered character into a complex cross-cultural superhero icon. One for the avid comics fan.

Black Panther Vol 2 No.62  Magazines

Posted by macmill at July 10, 2010
Black Panther Vol 2 No.62

Black Panther Vol 2 No.62
English | 992 x 1472 | CBR | 6 MB

Black Panther Vol 2 No.61  Magazines

Posted by macmill at July 10, 2010
Black Panther Vol 2 No.61

Black Panther Vol 2 No.61
English | 992 x 1472 | CBR | 5.5 MB

Black Panther Vol 2 No.60  Magazines

Posted by macmill at July 9, 2010
Black Panther Vol 2 No.60

Black Panther Vol 2 No.60
English | 992 x 1472 | CBR | 6.3 MB