Marvel Announces Penguin Classics Black Panther Anthology
They are among the biggest publishers in the world, and they are continuing their collaboration with the biggest comic book publishers on the planet, as Marvel announces the brand new Penguin Classics Black Panther Anthology.
A trip throughout the history of Marvel comics, and the plethora of characters that have been created and implemented over the years, and there may not be a single character that is as important and beloved as Black Panther.
T’Challa is known for being both a hero who takes on the Black Panther name, as well as being the ruler of the nation of Wakanda, and being crafted over the years as one of the most interesting heroes that Marvel has ever implemented.
There is something so unique about the narrative that follows the character of Black Panther, as he is constantly torn between his life as a royal, the burden of his leadership, and his work as a hero alongside some of Marvel’s greatest, and against some of its most destructive.
And the hero is now poised to be introduced to audiences, and Marvel fans, in a brand new way, as one of the biggest publishers on the planet, Penguin Classics, introduces their brand new Black Panther Anthology.
“There’s a sense of homecoming and belonging in Black Panther that is celebratory.” Read @Nnedi Okorafor’s foreword to the #BlackPanther anthology from @PenguinClassics’ Marvel collection: https://t.co/eJpl2OO45Q pic.twitter.com/xr7OWis9zN
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) September 21, 2022
The entry is yet another installment in Penguin Classics Marvel collection that has covered heroes like Captain America, Spider-Man, and now Black Panther; and gives readers the opportunity to delve deep into the history of some of the greatest creations in comic book history.
The newest anthology book features the character’s origin that took place in the late 1960s as well as some of his most important, and most beloved, solo stories told over the years; including the Panthers Rage series that took place over the course of the 1970s.
There is no understating the importance of the character, and this new release gives Marvel fans a brand new chance to uncover the hero in a brand new way.