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Giovanni Campillo Apr 23
I had a hard time getting a clear picture of what was happening in the story. But once i stopped trying to do that I guess it made a little more sense once I got through the first couple of pages.
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Jacob Gartlgruber Apr 23
This story was interesting, it was interesting to see Gan's perception of T'Gatoi change throughout the story, ending with Gan wanting to shoot her.
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Walter Dingwall Apr 30
Wakandans, Nigandans, and Necropolitans in the Black Panther comic may appear as alien compared to other comic books which take place in western and european cities. The African clothing mixed with the advanced tech is strange. Ancient looking clothes. Futuristic tech.
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Bishop2 Apr 30
Replying to @20Bishop22
I'm confused between Shuri and Aneka. Is Aneka also in the palace? The one who pleaded to get the prisoner free at the beginning of the comic? And is Aneka related to T'Challa?
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Jacob Gartlgruber May 2
“The opportunity was the son of somebody who had been in the Black Panther Party to talk like Steve Rogers. To get into that perspective.” i liked this quote because it means that Coates isn't trying to change captain america but to get in his head to how he thinks
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Giovanni Campillo Apr 23
Although I give it points for detail cuz there were a lot of those. But it seemed to be too much to the point where you just don’t understand what’s going on
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Michael Daly May 2
This article focuses on Coates' representation of ideals and how people stray away from them. Coates was able to represent that in his comics by using Captain America as a representation of ideals.
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Annie Sun Apr 28
It's my first time reading an actual Marvel comics, and I'm enjoying it very much. But I'm a bit confused too, since the comics and the movie are not entirely the same... But overall, I love it.
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Jacob Salzman May 2
I used to think that politics have only recently become more and more a part of media however, I realized I was wrong when Coates discussed Captain America and his political significance.
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Bishop2 Apr 30
Is the sister a traitor???
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Woorod Apr 25
Was Ant Man was a good movie?
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Walter Dingwall May 2
"I need you to keep being brave for him. And not just for him, young man. For me, too -- For all of us." Captain America's request for the young boy's bravery for the masses seems to be a stereotypically American ideal: The burden that an individual takes on for the many.
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James Mintel May 3
Captain America is somewhat written in a corner when it comes to certain things, of course he’s dressed up in the flags colors, but I do like that Coates is trying to write him out of this corner when it comes to politics, very difficult thing to do
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Hannah Ruschmeyer May 2
"something deep in the American psyche made the nation susceptible to Hydra’s power" This idea is scary and can be true that sometimes the country as a whole is weak and because of that we can fall to what seems like a stronger power. reminds me of Nazi Germany.
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Hannah Ruschmeyer May 2
"art that is conceived strictly to make people happy, that’s not art I’m interesting in.” I appreciate that especially with the comics we have read the artists are not happy making art for others. They make art for themselves and if people don't like it oh well.
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Kristen DelRosario May 2
i think it's kinda inevitable for captain american to be seen as a political hero. the man is literally a walking american flag. "His belief in the American ideal is unwavering" and he is a man for justice
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Max Krejpowicz Apr 23
Very weird story and the language made it really hard to read smoothly and understand. Why did she keep mentioning so many names and not mention what is what. Very confusing
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R. Carroll May 2
I can't lie, I don't know what's going on.
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Eric Courter Apr 30
Reading comics is always so intriguing because of the pictures adding to the words. When you look at the pictures there is so much more to unpack. Every single picture in the comics tells so much more about the story than a whole paragraph.
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Bishop2 Apr 30
This is a typical the book is not like the movie. I was assuming that the text would be similar, but this is a whole new plot line and characters. The mother, the sister, and T'Challa are all clear, but they've introduced zenzi and others. It is interesting though.
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