You will have to wait a while to see the latest issue Black Panther. Instead of debuting in a few weeks, the John Ridley and Juann Cabal Black Panther first postponed to November 3. It was originally expected to hit the comics on August 4. If it maintains its current release schedule, it means: Black Panther # 2 will be released just before the holidays on December 1st.
Game Radar The Marvel report revealed the delayed decision in a letter sent directly to retailers, but no reason was given for the delay.
“First of all, Black Panther is just an amazing character in and of himself,” Ridley said The New York Times when the book was first announced. “But as a young black man growing up, every time you saw a hero who looked like you, even if their background didn’t match my life experience, it was just something that made you feel closer to the desired accomplishment — that intrinsic graphic novels are written. ”
“We’re coming out of a summer where we’ve seen black people fighting for our rights, standing up, fighting in ways we haven’t had to do in years,” he added. “And it was really important to me after the year where we could have these conversations with black people and we used words like love and caring and hope and regret and all those really fundamental emotions that everyone could use.”
An exchange for the first six songs is currently on the March 2022 release schedule, something else that will likely be delayed with the new schedule. From now on, Ridley and the Cabal Black Panther # 6 is currently not expected to be released until April.
Ridley and Cabal take the title from Ta-Nehisi Coates with a performer ensemble. All in all, Coates ’run with the character lasted five years before ending in April.
“Ta-Nehisi has come up with a very special finale here, one that not only wraps up the current history of T’Challa’s attempt to stop Emperor N’Jadaka’s conquest of Wakanda but also features elements that go all the way back to the beginning of Ta-Nehisi’s run. And that’s why we’re so happy that Brian Stelfreeze, the artist who helped launch this series, is returning to sign the epilogue to this song, “Marvel editor Wil Moss said of Coates. “BLACK PANTHER # 25 is a hugely satisfying conclusion, and the twists you don’t see come with the impact that will be felt for years to come.”