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T'Challa faces the gods of his parents. Vampires stalk Shuri and a Dora Milaje in voodoo-laced New Orleans. Erik Killmonger grapples with racism, Russian spies, and his own origins. Here are 18 brand-new tales of Wakanda, its people, and its legacy. The first mainstream superhero of African descent, the Black Panther has attracted fans of all races and colors who see in the king of Wakanda reflections of themselves. Storytellers from across the African diaspora - some already literary legends, others rising stars - have created for this collection original works inspired by the world of the Panther. 

With guest stars including Storm, Monica Rambeau, Namor, and Jericho Drumm, these are stories of yesterday and today, of science and magic, of faith and love. These are the tales of a king and his country. These are the legends whispered in the jungle, myths of the unconquered men and women and the land they love. These are the Tales of Wakanda

This collection features stories by Linda D. Addison, Maurice Broaddus, Christopher Chambers, Milton J. Davis, Tananarive Due, Nikki Giovanni, Harlan James, Danian Jerry, Kyoko M., L.L. McKinney, Temi Oh, Suyi Davies Okungbowa, Glenn Parris, Alex Simmons, Sheree Renée Thomas, Cadwell Turnbull, and Troy L. Wiggins.

©2021 Respective authors of all stories within (P)2021 Marvel

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Enjoyable to listen to and entertaining. But for those who are comic book fans of The Black Panther from way back in the 1970's to now... each story though enjoyable was just NOT IT.
All painted a picture but the endings kinda left too much to the reader's imagination.
Each story did give a tidbit more of insight into the characters who inhabit Wakanda but did little to explain The Black Panther character's past , present or future.

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Real world encounters of the Wakandan family. Makes the story so compelling. Loved the drama.

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