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Finally, it all makes sense! I was a tad bit confused reading pt 1 earlier this year. I totally forgot about a certain character from the very start of this series. It all comes together so nicely now. Still, a lot more has to be done for T'challa to make things right again. Coates's writing is flawless. I love the old school feel of the art work here. Except, the Black Panther suit looks like Batman. Still, loved this installment.
In the Intergalactic Empire series writer Ta-Nehsi Coates took the Black Panther-Wakanda themes and turned them upside down. Instead of the humble and powerful kingdom, Wakanda had become an intergalactic empire attempting to enslave sections of the universe. Into this mix is T’Challa a former slave, freed by rebels. This collection marks a turning point for T’Challa on several levels.
The dilemmas come in several forms. First, T’Challa doesn’t like following rules, even if comes from his friends. Second, the revolution has split with various factions. Last, T’Challa is faced with his own memories which were stolen from him by the empire. They give an insight into how the imperial Wakanda was born.
The story is engaging as Coates is an excellent writer My only quip is that he throws in a large number of names of people, places, etc. and it’s hard to keep up with what people are talking about sometimes.