Read Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet, Book 3 Online Free - The full truth of the People's revolution - and the power players supporting it - has been revealed! Now, T'Challa must fight like never before for the fate of his nation - and one of his most trusted allies is back to stand by his side. As the final battle begins, the entirety of Wakanda's glorious history may be their most potent weapon. But even if the People fall, can the monarchy still stand? The pieces are all in position, now it's time for Ta-Nehisi Coates and Brian Stelfreeze to knock over the board as their revitalization of Black Panther continues!
Collecting: Black Panther #9-12 and material from New Avengers (2013) #18, 21, 24
|Title||:||Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet, Book 3|
|Number of Pages||:||112 pages|
March 25, 2017
I usually start off with the introductory quote, but this volume that wraps-up the first story-arc of Ta-Nehisi Coates on Black Panther is a book tailor-made to pander to your local HBCU's social sciences department...and I cannot be happier for it: Changamire: "If you studied you would find that...
August 28, 2017
It started strong in regards to the Golden City and the turmoil in Wakanda but then it unraveled in the latter part of the novel.
Still interesting in topic so I will finish the series.
OVERALL GRADE: B minus to B.
July 27, 2017
Coates finishes up his intolerable Black Panther run with a whimper. The civil war ends and then everyone sits around talking about what a new government should entail but nothing gets established. A meandering end for a book that was nothing but insufferable dialogue. The book was only 4 new iss...
June 29, 2017
There are some issues of pacing and there is still a surfeit of 'talking head' scenes, but this book has grown on me. It continues being an intelligent, introspective, personally and politically insightful examination of a superhero who is also the leader of his own nation. The large cast of char...
March 30, 2017
Here's the problem I'm having with the first three trades (or as I've read them digital floppies), and its that I feel like I'm supposed to like this series. Coates is big time award winning author, right? Political correctness says I'm supposed to like this, because it's the second time, that I...
May 26, 2017
Mixed feelings here.
On the one hand Coates captures the ideological and philosophical elements of Wakanda very well. Black Panther and especially Wakanda stories are complex, bordering and dipping into convoluted sometimes. Coates Wakanda walks that line.
The action shots in these last few issues...
March 27, 2017
At times thoughtful, at times too talky and clunky with philosophy. Where its intellectualism serves as a strength, the lack of any magnetic characters and the weakness of the action sequences, which lack any weight or power, makes this a mixed bag. Mostly, Coates strikes a good balance between e...
June 16, 2017
I personally felt that this was the best volume yet. T'Challa is finally the man that he should be, Queen Shuri is some sort of mystical, ancient Wakanda badass with a great outfit, plus there is plenty of war AND exposition. This seemed more thoughtfully put together and the reader learned more...
May 22, 2017
The real battle is not the armed revolutionaries but Wakanda's evolution from an absolute monarchy into a constitutional monarchy. T'Challa realizes he shouldn't be a king. No man should.
September 04, 2017
This continues to be a slow, talky comic, but Coates makes good use of that talkiness in this final volume of "Nation Under Our Feet" to investigate the nature of kingship and what it means for Wakanda. It's an interesting conclusion that allows Coates to correct what he obviously finds as a flaw...