A review by noucki
Black Panther, Vol. 6: The Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda, Part One by Ta-Nehisi Coates


I liked the setting of this. It’s set in the future and in space because somehow Wakanda has become an Intergalactic Empire. T‘challa is a slave and he does not have any memories but he soon manages to join a rebellion.

While I found the setting interesting it’s a bit disappointing that there is pretty much no explanation for this. The story is fast paced and mostly action, going from one battle to the next with barely room to breathe in between. So it was entertaining but there wasn’t any depth to it and I hope we will get some explanations in the next volume.