Ta-Nehisi Coates’ ‘Black Panther’ Is A New York Times Bestseller!

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Black Panther has soared to new heights under author Ta-Nehisi Coates and artist Brian Stelfreeze. Critics everywhere are loving Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet Volume One which is being sold in trade form. The trade collection debuted on the New York Times Bestseller List, reached #1 on Nielsen BookScan, and continues to rise up the charts of the Diamond Comic Distributors!  Being called the best Black Panther story in years, there is no better time to start reading about the Wakandan hero than right now.

When Captain America: Civil War was released in April 2016, fans got their first taste of Black Panther on screen and fans couldn’t get enough. So this story could not have come at a better time, and it really sets a precedent for what’s to come in the future. In Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet, King T’challa aka Black Panther is torn between diplomacy and tradition when one of his elite Dora Milaje is sentenced to death. This is the catalyst for a series of events that turns the whole of Wakanda upside down!

If you haven’t read the series that everyone is talking about, now is the perfect chance to get caught up! This exciting volume collects Black Panther issues 1-4. Check out this dope trailer for the series right here and be sure not miss out on the Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet trade book – available now!


Source: Marvel Entertainment 

Valerie Complex

Valerie Complex

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    I get that folks really wanna push Marvel’s stuff these days, and indeed, Black Panther is one of the best characters they have, however, the author of this article is stretching the truth a bit here.

    For one thing, Anything BP-related is doing well, because Marvel timed the series to coincide with the announcement of the movie, and the introduction of the character into the films.

    Also, for as good as this ONE trade is doing, the sales of the individual issues are not rising on the charts. In fact, they are doing just the opposite.

    Issue #1 of the book debuted at #1 on the charts in April of this year:


    And then sank down to as low as #36 in as little as 5 months.


    This is the typical scenario for most Marvel books. It’ll most likely be at #50 in the next few months.

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      What a bitter life to live, always having to throw mud at Marvel’s constant accomplishments. But I bet you say nothing about Suicide Squad books selling well because of the movie…

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