For the fate of Hell’s Kitchen: T’Challa vs. Vlad the Impaler in a desperate rooftop battle of wills, wits and fists! “Urban Jungle” heats up as Luke Cage guest-stars, friends fall, dark forces prepare to step from the shadows, and a dangerous conspiracy begins to unfold!

Story by David Liss
Art by Francesco Francavilla
Letters by Joe Caramagna
Cover by Simone Bianchi & Simone Peruzzi

Price: $2.99
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ResurrectionFlan02/10/11NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.8
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  1. I’ve been enjoying this a lot more than I thought I would.

  2. I am a little surprised too of how much I am enjoying this too even though I am a big fan of David Liss’ novels and Francisco Francavilla is…Francisco Francavilla.  It has leaped to the top of my stack.  Last issue was fantastic. 

  3. I picked the last two issues up on a whim, and really enjoyed them. Really surprised me. 

  4. I was so worried that this would be bad I couldn’t be so wrong in that fear. 

    Looking over the list of other characters to do a run of Man without Fear was Gambit…I’d be will to give this writer a shot at doing story too.  Anyone else with me?

  5. Totally. I don’t think much of the villain, but I’m enjoying this story overall and really digging this new direction with Black Panther. Great stuff.

  6. Big fan of this series. Then again, I’m happy wherever T’Challa ends up.

  7. Storm was removed from this story pretty early on.  It was because of  her that I read BP previously.  The way they removed his other supporting cast was a bit of a turnoff.  I may pick this up in trade once I hear the final reviews of the first arc.  Perhaps if he picks up a different antagonist on the next arc, I’ll check it out.

  8. If they let Francavilla do the covers I think it would sell a lot better.

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