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Marvel Preview: Black Panther #7

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Marvel Preview: Black Panther #7

The Hatut Zeraze have taken control of Wakanda, and with the Black Panther branded a traitor, the future of the nation is at a crossroads.

The Hatut Zeraze have taken control of Wakanda, and with the Black Panther branded a traitor, the future of the nation is at a crossroads. To clear his name and protect his people from his own mistakes, T’Challa must reckon with his legacy—starting with the acknowledgement that leadership is only as strong as the faith of its following.

LEGACY #204

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Written by: John Ridley
Art by: Stefano Landini
Cover by: Alex Ross
Page Count: 28 Pages
Release Date: July 6, 2022

Marvel Preview: Black Panther #7

Marvel Preview: Black Panther #7

Marvel Preview: Black Panther #7

Marvel Preview: Black Panther #7

Marvel Preview: Black Panther #7

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