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“Black Panther: The Bride (Black Panther (2005-2008))” Review



In ‘Black Panther’ (2006) #14, Black Panther proposes to Ororo. AP Photo/Marvel Comics


Check out the Marvel event of the 2000s. In honor of Black History Month, gift this comic to your significant other on Valentine’s Day, marriage occasions and anniversaries! Available on Amazon.

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Every King needs a Queen – and that’s exactly what the Black Panther is searching for! Hop on board here, True Believer, as the King of Wakanda embarks on an epic quest to find a wife – the outcome of which will send reverberations throughout the whole Marvel Universe. You don’t want to miss out on history in the making!

This comic is the most important comic in the ‘Civil War’ storyline. It has amazing and gorgeous art though it moves very fast. There was no prior build-up to this union. However, their common causes such as protecting royalty, continuing the royal lineage, affirming their African identities, the Civil War, and the cause of mutants united these two characters. What I like about this union is that it is a power marriage between a character who is shrouded in mystery – Black Panther – and a character who is part of an underrepresented class – Storm.

The ramifications are sure to shake the Marvel universe.

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This book collects ‘Black Panther’ (2006) #14-18 and is 141 pages. One good feature of this book is that it is available on Kindle and Comixology for downloading to have easier access with a 2% Kindle discount.


This book has another feature. You can also purchase the paperback version. Buying Options include Used and Good condition paperbacks with shipping or free shipping. It is published by Marvel and available in English.


  • Book 6 of 8: Black Panther (2005-2008).
  • Collects ‘Black Panther’ #14-18.
  • Print Length: 141 pages.
  • Publisher: Marvel.
  • Language: English.
  • Kindle and Comixology formats.
  • Paperback format available.
  • Publication Date: October 25, 2006.
  • 2% Kindle Discount.

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This is the most important event in the ‘Civil War.’ A union that forever shook the Avengers and the X-Men and made the ongoing ‘Civil War’ all the more disastrous.

This product has 18 ratings with an average customer review rating of 4.6 out of 5. There seems to be a general satisfaction with the product.

One customer review said: “I like the fact that for once the Black man was the hero. I’ve never thought if the Black Panther and Storm as a couple but it is the match-up of the century. Two black heroes united in matrimony is one for the books.”

The reviews were overall very positive with only two negative reviews. One problem cited by one of the negative reviews was: “This story is told from a man’s point of view, as are 99% of all comics, and while Hudlin seems to respects Storm as a woman, there is way too much cleavage and backside views of all the women. And Storm’s wedding dress is far too provocative and low-cut to be considered “Royal” or dignified. It approached slutty in a way that’s more in style with Emma Frost.”

Overall, this comic was very enjoyable.



  • Availability in multiple formats: Kindle, Comixology and Paperback (though the Paperback is more expensive).
  • Affordable price.
  • Kindle Discount.
  • Good Customer Review Ratings.


  • Due to the large file size, there may be slow downloads.
  • The book is only available in English.


We recommend this book as ‘Civil War’s most important event.

Rating: 5 out of 5.



5 thoughts on ““Black Panther: The Bride (Black Panther (2005-2008))” Review

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