Marvel Masterworks: The Black Panther

 MMTR   (Marvel, 2010)


(from the publisher)

In 1973 comics' first African super hero took the headlining slot in an ambitious ongoing series, beginning a 13-issue epic unprecedented in its time. Writer Don McGregor teamed with artists Rich Buckler and Billy Graham to tell "Panther's Rage," a story so huge it ranges across the savannah, into the deepest jungles and up to the snow-topped mountains of Wakanda. Over its course McGregor & Co. would define T'Challa, give full depth and life to the Wakandas and their culture, while pitting the Panther against the murderous Erik Killmonger for control of the kingdom. Not one to rest on his laurels, McGregor then set out to raise the bar once again, sending T'Challa to the American South to investigate the murder of Angela Lynne and its connection to the Klan and the history of the Soul Strangler.

Jump to issue:
  NotesWriterArtist

#1 Variation A

  7/1/2010
  $64.99
  $64.99
No copies available
Marble variant cover; Reprints Jungle Action #6-22, 24Don McGregorRich Buckler, Billy Graham, Gil Kane, Keith Pollard

#1 Hardcover

  7/1/2010
  $64.99
  $64.99
No copies available
Reprints from Jungle Action #6-22, 24Don McGregorRich Buckler, Billy Graham, Gil Kane, Keith Pollard

#2 Variation A

 
  $75.00
  $75.00
No copies available
Vol. 237 in the Marvel Masterworks Library; DM Variant Hardcover; Collects Black Panther #1-15, Marvel Premiere #51-53 & material from Marvel Team-Up #100; Limited to 840 copies; Introduction by Christopher Priest; ca. 2016Jack Kirby, Ed Hannigan, Jim Shooter, Chris Claremont, John ByrneJack Kirby, Jerry Bingham, John Byrne

#2 Hardcover

  11/1/2016
  $75.00
  $75.00
No copies available
Hardcover; Collects Black Panther #1-15, Marvel Premiere #51-53 & material from Marvel Team-Up #100; Introduction by Christopher PriestJack Kirby, Ed Hannigan, Jim Shooter, Chris Claremont, John ByrneJack Kirby, Jerry Bingham, John Byrne