You Are the Threat! (Black Panther vs. Deadpool #3 Review)

Black Panther Vs. Deadpool #3

A Mutual Threat

 

Writer: Daniel Kibblesmith

Artist: Ricardo Lopez Ortiz

Letterer: VC’s Joe Sabino

Color Artist: Felipe Sobreiro

Cover Artist: Ayan Benjamin & Rain Beredd

Variant Cover Artists: Ozgua Yildirim

Previously on Black Panther vs. Deadpool…

Caution! Major spoilers for Black Panther vs. Deadpool #2

To say that Wade is a glutton for punishment is saying all you have to say about him. He goes back armed with a Zebra head to battle T’Challa back at the palace to get his scrap of vibranium and avenge his lost arm cut off in the first issue. T’Challa defeats him mentally and physically. But when T’Challa finds there might be more serious treachery afoot with some pachers, he decides to return his arm and they go on a good ol’ fashioned team up.

My Take

 

Issa Team-Up!

 

The struggle is real for Deadpool and Black Panther’s situations.  They are like oil and radioactive waste. But the wise king and the agent of chaos makes for a hilarious and entertaining story. The irreverence of Wade and the calm wisdom of T’Challa keeps me steeped in the story. I like the introduction and style concerning Jack O’Lantern. He’s a villain that doesn’t get much airtime but this piqued my interest. Jack’s nonchalant way of slaughtering animals and people is disturbing.

No respect for his face.

Plus another moment near the end with a small kid witnessing a murder, that’s pretty heavy. This leaves the reader a bit conflicted when DP deals with him very brutally. Do we agree with the “law and order” of BP or do we revel in the lawlessness of DP’s vigilantism? Before we can resolve the quandary, we head in a different direction. This book is hilarious particularly because T’Challa cannot stand Wade and every decision he makes is the wrong one.

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Aaron Jones

Aaron Jones

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I do a few reviews (Black Panther) and I do news. I am a fan of both Marvel and DC heroes, Black Panther, Superman, Batman, The X-Men, Watchmen, to name a few. I also am streamer of a high degree, Netflix, Hulu plus, HBO, & Prime Video occupy a lot of my time when I'm not trying to save world in Education.
Summary
Alright, we are back at as the "will they? won't they?" finally happens. After a brief battle where T'Challa embarrasses Wade, they team up to deal with a grumble in the jungle. They find themselves face to face with the murderous Jack O'Lantern. The fight is fiery and we're left with nothing more but more questions ahead. Pick it up today to see how it went down.
Good
  • Introduction of Jack is great
  • The banter between BP and DP is the best
  • Narrative tensions for the reader
Bad
  • Murder in front of the kid is pretty harsh
8.6
Great
Art - 7
Writing - 10
Plot - 9
Character Development - 9
Fluidity from previous issue - 8
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I do a few reviews (Black Panther) and I do news. I am a fan of both Marvel and DC heroes, Black Panther, Superman, Batman, The X-Men, Watchmen, to name a few. I also am streamer of a high degree, Netflix, Hulu plus, HBO, & Prime Video occupy a lot of my time when I'm not trying to save world in Education.

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