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The first appearance of Black Panther! On a mission in the remote wilderness of Wakanda, the Fantastic Four encounter one of Marvel’s most iconic heroes. But how are the Inhumans involved in this earthly encounter? The FF bested in battle by the Black Panther!


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The first appearance of Black Panther! On a mission in the remote wilderness of Wakanda, the Fantastic Four encounter one of Marvel’s most iconic heroes. But how are the Inhumans involved in this earthly encounter? The FF bested in battle by the Black Panther!

30 review for Fantastic Four (1961-1998) #52

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jon Nakapalau

    The concept of a technologically advanced African state was a stroke of genius on the part of Lee/Kirby. Placed in juxtaposition the events in America and the growing colonial anger in Africa the concept (probably) seemed 'comic bookish' to many at the time. After the movie I truly believe that you will see a wave of 'Panthermania' sweeping across large segments of the population - here and abroad - and it all started here. The concept of a technologically advanced African state was a stroke of genius on the part of Lee/Kirby. Placed in juxtaposition the events in America and the growing colonial anger in Africa the concept (probably) seemed 'comic bookish' to many at the time. After the movie I truly believe that you will see a wave of 'Panthermania' sweeping across large segments of the population - here and abroad - and it all started here.

  2. 5 out of 5

    David Dalton

    To be truthful I first read these books way back in 1966, when I was not quite 12 yrs old. Sure wish I held onto them. I came across a DVD-ROM Collector's Edition that covers 44 Years of Fantastic Four. I am having fun reliving my youth thru these great stories. This one features the first appearance of the Black Panther. Man, 1966 was a classic year! First Galactus and now the Black Panther. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby were quite the storytellers. To be truthful I first read these books way back in 1966, when I was not quite 12 yrs old. Sure wish I held onto them. I came across a DVD-ROM Collector's Edition that covers 44 Years of Fantastic Four. I am having fun reliving my youth thru these great stories. This one features the first appearance of the Black Panther. Man, 1966 was a classic year! First Galactus and now the Black Panther. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby were quite the storytellers.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Erica Clou

    The first Black Panther comic was in the back of the new Coates (#1-#4). It's charmingly cheesy but it leaves me with a little bit of a backstory cliffhanger and how am I going to get Fantastic Four #53? The first Black Panther comic was in the back of the new Coates (#1-#4). It's charmingly cheesy but it leaves me with a little bit of a backstory cliffhanger and how am I going to get Fantastic Four #53?

  4. 5 out of 5

    Luiz Santiago

    4,5

  5. 5 out of 5

    Hanna

    I read this after reading Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet Vol. 1, as it was included at the end of the Kindle edition, making it the second comic I’ve ever read! Did not enjoy it as much as BP, but it was still fun. It felt cheesy, and there was a part where BP says he doesn’t count females as fair game. So that doesn’t hold up well. I did enjoy the short amount of time it took to read, and I believe this is the first time BP is introduced in Marvel? Still trying to understand comics and I read this after reading Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet Vol. 1, as it was included at the end of the Kindle edition, making it the second comic I’ve ever read! Did not enjoy it as much as BP, but it was still fun. It felt cheesy, and there was a part where BP says he doesn’t count females as fair game. So that doesn’t hold up well. I did enjoy the short amount of time it took to read, and I believe this is the first time BP is introduced in Marvel? Still trying to understand comics and timelines and how everything relates to each other.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Julie LaFranzo

    I did not like this issue as much as I enjoyed the other comics I read this year. I read this issue first and would have thought comics weren't for me until I read all the other ones. The art style was not my favorite and the story was pretty bland. The rest were all big volumes so it makes sense that this had less substance but even some of the issues in the other volumes I read were better than this one. I did not like this issue as much as I enjoyed the other comics I read this year. I read this issue first and would have thought comics weren't for me until I read all the other ones. The art style was not my favorite and the story was pretty bland. The rest were all big volumes so it makes sense that this had less substance but even some of the issues in the other volumes I read were better than this one.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Drago Mir

    MARVELous work! Loved it!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sophia

    This issue introduces the Marvel classic character, Black Panther and the fictional country of Wakanda! I really enjoyed this story, how you never knew what the Black Panther's intentions were! He went straight into the action, basically defeating the Fantastic Four! Up until, good old, slow-moving (or really fast when he wants to be!) Wyatt Wingfoot! I loved what he said, about how one person (he actually said man), even without superpowers, can tip the scales! Plus there was a sneaky peek at t This issue introduces the Marvel classic character, Black Panther and the fictional country of Wakanda! I really enjoyed this story, how you never knew what the Black Panther's intentions were! He went straight into the action, basically defeating the Fantastic Four! Up until, good old, slow-moving (or really fast when he wants to be!) Wyatt Wingfoot! I loved what he said, about how one person (he actually said man), even without superpowers, can tip the scales! Plus there was a sneaky peek at the Inhumans trying to figure out a way to break through the Negative barrier! Overall, a very good introduction to this new world and to this new character. In the next issue, we should be getting the reasoning behind this 'hunt', so it's going to be exciting!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Krista Ivy

    Sue, Reed, and Ben pay a visit to Johnny in college and say they're bringing him to Wakanda with them (he wants to bring Wingfoot also). Also, Karnak works on chopping a giant slab of diamond to practice on. He is trying to get them out, but Maximus seems to be the only one who knows how to get out. Sue, Reed, and Ben pay a visit to Johnny in college and say they're bringing him to Wakanda with them (he wants to bring Wingfoot also). Also, Karnak works on chopping a giant slab of diamond to practice on. He is trying to get them out, but Maximus seems to be the only one who knows how to get out.

  10. 4 out of 5

    DOUGLAS J BERRY

    The great hunt. Good color artwork. One of three hundred comics marvel gave out on national read a book day , Sept six. Black panthers first appearance. Lures the fantastic four to wakanda for a challenge.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Steven Shinder

    This was a pretty good introduction to Black Panther. I thought the letters section was actually pretty funny, especially when someone who wrote in thought that the name Silver Surfer was too corny.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Clanahan

    3.5/5 The introduction of the Black Panther/Wakanda

  13. 5 out of 5

    Macqueron

    Il faut se re-situer en 1966, et ce comics est un coup de génie! Les FF ne gagnent que par la grâce d’un invité surprise face à un adversaire africain dénigré en début d’épisode mais largement reconnu comme intelligent et fort d’ici à la fin.

  14. 5 out of 5

    John Wright

    I still find older comics a bit too basic to fully enjoy, but it was interesting to see the first appearance of Black Panther.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Johnatan

    feliz que tô conseguindo ler e entender meus quadrinhos antigos em francês 🤙🏾🤙🏾🤙🏾

  16. 4 out of 5

    James Lawner

    No wonder people didn’t take comics seriously back then, just look at the dialogue that was written! So cheesy, hokey and campy as hell. And like most things from the past, it has some outdated dialogue and representation (The Wakandan people literally have grey-ish skin and Wyatt Wingfoot is a Native American drawn as a white guy). The plot was just weird, like Black Panther invites the Fantastic Four and then proceeds to “hunt them” by trapping them in these elaborate traps, so weird. Also, th No wonder people didn’t take comics seriously back then, just look at the dialogue that was written! So cheesy, hokey and campy as hell. And like most things from the past, it has some outdated dialogue and representation (The Wakandan people literally have grey-ish skin and Wyatt Wingfoot is a Native American drawn as a white guy). The plot was just weird, like Black Panther invites the Fantastic Four and then proceeds to “hunt them” by trapping them in these elaborate traps, so weird. Also, there’s a brief moment showcasing the Inhumans, which idk what’s going on, because I’m not following this series. Overall, the artwork was fine, especially when it went to Kirby Mode during the scene when the characters finally arrive in Wakanda, but this comic proves just how odd and inaccessible these old comics can be. The fanmail page at the end was more interesting to read then the whole issue imo, but I couldn’t read the whole thing.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rob Pettinato

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sharadha

  19. 4 out of 5

    Steph

  20. 5 out of 5

    Zoe Race

  21. 5 out of 5

    ART

  22. 5 out of 5

    Spencer Orenstein

  23. 5 out of 5

    Scott

  24. 5 out of 5

    Diego Sieiro

  25. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

  26. 4 out of 5

    Aaron Hyslop

  27. 4 out of 5

    Hope

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ethan

  29. 5 out of 5

    Robb Milne

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy

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