Black Panther: Secret Invasion (Secret Invasion)
When the Skrulls come to town, it's all-out war in Wakanda! The alien invaders have war ships, advanced technology, super-powered soldiers, and an army that outnumbers the Wakandans ten-to-one. Cake walk, right? Think again! There's a reason Wakanda had never been conquered, and the Skrulls are about to find out why - the hard way!
Collects Black Panther #39-41, reprints an...more
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Jason Aaron’s three issue Black Panther: Secret Invasion arc is collected in this volume and it might actually be as good, if not better, that the Secret Invasion series itself. Should have read them together, but this was a little before my man crush on Mr. Aaron fully bloomed. As soon a ...more
Black Panther Secret Invasion was a really solid story. The Skrulls are coming to Wakanda to take over. They figure they have better numbers, skills, and technology. The Wakandans only have one person in their country with super powers, so it should be no problem.
They were wrong. This is probably my favorite Black Panther title to date because it didn't focus too heavil ...more
This is the three-issue Black Panther side-story that shows what happened when the Skrulls attempted to destroy Wakanda, the Black Panther’s small African kingdom that is nevertheless highly advanced.
Black Panther’s a character I really want to like but from the f ...more
When done right, T'Challa comes off as one of the coolest Marvel characters out there. When done wrong, he comes off looking like a guy in a panther suit.
Jason Aaron did it right.
Palo's artwork in this was really not appealing to me at all. Why did everyone have such tiny feet?
The highlight for me was really the interview in the back with Roy Thomas, though. If you get a chance, don't skip over it. I sat there reading it with my mouth ...more
Book Info: This collection contains Black Panther issues #39-41.
Due to its vast reserves of vibranium, the African country of Wakanda has enjoyed a large degree of self-sufficiency and technological dominance for very many years. But it's this very same substance that has caught the attention of the Skrulls – a shape-shifting alien race with a long track record of planetary conquest. While the Secret Invasion rages on elsewhere on the globe, Commander K'vvvr ...more
This story is often called one of the best, if not the best Black Panther story. It is a tie-in to Marvel's Secret Invasion event, but is easily readable as a stand-alone piece. It sees the whole of the Wakandan army against a deadly alien race who makes the mistake of not taking Wakand ...more
A tie-in to the now forgettable Secret Invasion event, this trade is the story of a battle weary Skrull commander carrying out one more mission before retirement. Only problem is that last mission is against Wakanda.
This book is super tough which I dig. I like seeing when Black Panther is portrayed as an absolute boss that is peerless. He's resolute and viscous here, but it fits the story since this is a do or die battle he's fighting.
The only bad thing about this trade is ...more
The art was great, the story solid, and the larger SI didn't ruin the book.
This is a great illustration of the BAMF that is T'Challa, and readers who want to know why he's illuminati and why he's so important, read this 3issue story. It doesn't need any prior conn ...more
The story is about Wakanda, the country Black ...more
Anyway, this was only my second Black Panther book, and it was nice to see the character written by someone who had the decency not to be Reginald Hudlin.
The story itself was pretty good (though the most interesting character was actually one of the Skrulls--not that that's a bad thing), but the thing that ...more
This story was exceptionally good because when the Skrulls invade Wakanda, Black Panther and Storm are the only superheroes there. And Panther does not have powers, per se. He relies on technology; and the Skrulls have far more advanced tech right? But what ...more
Black Panther: Secret Invasion takes is a side story during the Skrull attack. The Skrulls decided to attack Wakanda, thinking that the Wakandans are primitive people compared to them.