It’s our final week of Black Panther Book Club, where FanGirl and I read and discuss some of the stories that were the biggest influences on Marvel’s Black Panther film.
Our final week examines the 2016 run of National Book Award winner and first-time comics author Ta-Nehisi Coates. This is a slow, pensive run full of philosophy, where the action seems more like an interruption than a welcome break in the book’s thoughtful pace.
Want to catch up with the reading assignments all this month? Here’s our full schedule for the month – visit the Guide to Black Panther to learn how to collect these issues.
- Tuesday, February 6: Fantastic Four (1961) issues #52-53 and Black Panther (1998) issues #1-12
- Tuesday, February 13: Black Panther (1998) issues #13-24
- Tuesday, February 20: Black Panther (1998) issues #25-35
- Tuesday, February 27: Black Panther (2016) issues #1-12
Please join us next month as we tackle DC Comics’ Batwoman across her first decade in comics by reading all of her best stories! To learn how to collect these comics, visit my Guide to Batwoman – which might be my favorite comic guide out of over a hundred I’ve put together in the past six years! I cannot wait to read these comics with FanGirl (and with you).