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Marvel Preview: Shuri #4

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Marvel Preview: Shuri #4

WHEN THE POWER GOES OUT IN WAKANDA

Shuri’s returned from her space adventure with Rocket and Groot – but she’s brought something back with her. And now, centuries-old music and stories are disappearing across Africa. Something is stealing the continent’s cultural history – and its electrical power. Then, as if the heir to the throne didn’t have enough on her plate, a mysterious envoy arrives, and they’re looking for the Black Panther. Life as the princess of Wakanda just got a lot more complicated!

Shuri #4
Writer

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Nnedi Okorafor
Illustrator

Leonardo Romero
Cover Illustrator

Sam Spratt
Release Date: January 23, 2019
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