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The Fantastic Four join in as the fires of DoomWar escalate into a full-blown inferno! Sometimes you can win every battle and still lose the war. That’s the hard truth facing the Black Panther and the X-Men as they reel from Doctor Doom’s most crippling blow yet. Doom now has everything he requires to become the most powerful force on Earth. All he needs is the time to bring his newly invincible armies into the field. The clock is ticking and Doomsday is coming.

WRITER: Jonathan Maberry
PENCILS: Scot Eaton
INKS: Andy Lanning
COLORED BY: Jean-Francois Beaulieu
COVER BY: John Romita Jr.

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.2%


akamuu04/20/10NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.9
Users who pulled this comic:


  1. I’m actually really enjoying this.  I don’t care if anyone else is or not.

  2. I’m surprised how much I am liking, considering I have no interest Black Panther at all. But Doom, X-men (classic), and an actual solid story has me hooked.

  3. I liked this as well.  I’ve not liked the new BP status quo, but I love Storm and Doom, so it works out.

  4. For a cross-over limited series the pull numbers look low. Are the sales equally poor on this, or is the relative pull volume simply lower among iFanboy members?

  5. Sadly, Black Panther has never been popular. The fact that he continues to have an ongoing series at all is impressive.

    This mini has been awesome, though.


  6. If the numbers from Previews are to be believed, the first issue did all right (Top 30ish for the month, I think). However, if the DCBS deal I got was any indication they were practically giving it away many places. Be interesting to see how many people it hooked, as that first issue was awesome.

  7. Im loving the mini and Im loving the Black Panther book in general. If people would just give the book a chance they will see how good it is.

  8. @JimBilly4  That was probably due in large part to the Dark Reign banner that was on the book, though, it had nothing to do with Dark Reign.

  9. This is a lot like the Hulk books, nothing to do with the rest of Marvel continuity. But if you can ignore that (and I do) this is good comic fun.

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