- Fantastic Four Vol 1 #52
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- 1. "The Black Panther!"
- Appearing in `` The Black Panther ! ''
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Fantastic Four Vol 1 #52
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art by : Jack Kirby, Joe Sinnott, Stan Goldberg and Artie Simek
Reading: Fantastic Four Vol 1 52
Cover artist not however listed
April 12, 1966
1. “The Black Panther!”
Appearances · Synopsis
Stan Lee It is not for nothing that I am called the Black Panther !
- —Black Panther (T’challa)
Appearing in “ The Black Panther ! ”
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outline for “ The Black Panther ! ”
The Fantastic Four are given a flying craft by the state of Wakanda as a endowment, as part of an invitation to visit the cryptic african country. Intrigued by the technical wonder brought to them, Mister Fantastic agrees. Their visitor then contacts the leader of Wakanda, T’Challa, besides known as the Black Panther. T’Challa and his people rejoice at the newsworthiness and they raise the cougar idol high before he enters the hallowed temple and dons his ceremonial Black Panther attire. back in the United States, the Fantastic Four go to Metro College to check on Johnny who is studying heavily. When they tell him that they are going to Wakanda, Johnny asks if they can bring his friend Wyatt Wingfoot along with them. interim, within the Great Refuge of the Inhumans, the royal syndicate continues to try to find a way to break out of the barrier around their city. Karnak attempts to use his abilities to see the flaws in any object to break through the barrier, but this proves to be a bankruptcy. As Maximus mocks his family from his cell, Black Bolt broods over what they must do adjacent. later, the Fantastic Four take the ship they were given to fly to Wakanda along with Wyatt. When they land the ship they are surprised to find themselves in a massive mechanical afforest. Upon disembarking the ship they are on the spur of the moment attacked by the Black Panther. Caught off guard the group splits up and faces off against diverse traps, Wakandan guards, and the Black Panther himself. By themselves, each member of the Fantastic Four are no match for the Black Panther, but when they regroup they easily outnumber and overpower the Panther who ceases his hostilities. Unmasking, T’Challa reveals that he was merely testing the Fantastic Four ‘s fabled abilities and has invited them to his land to for a grave accent undertaking.
- This issue also contains a letters page, Fantastic Four Fan Page. Letters are published from Phillip Pearson, Garland Storrow, Don Jarvis, Larry Bush, Dave Wieck & John Stuart, Eugene Bearringer, Doug Nikkel, and Donald J. Brown.
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