Black Panther: Soul Of A Machine #1
By Geoffrey Thorne, José Luís, Ariel Olivetti
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Chapter Two – Visionary Anticipation: As the conflict with Machinesmith escalates, the clone shifts to Wakanda.
Summary from Goodreads.
The second chapter in Black Panther: Soul Of A Machine takes us back to Wakanda, where Black Panther tries to stop Machinesmith’s control spreading to his homeland.
Machinesmith’s attack is spreading and back in Wakanda Black Panther, with the help of the Takumi Masters, is trying to find a way to stop the advance. How does one stop an attack via machine, and Black Panther and the Takumi Masters have to find an ingenious way to at least control the spread of it.
The artwork was the same as the previous issue, but it seemed to work better in this one. This may be because the majority of this issue was set in cyberspace, and the use of lines helps it feel more like the matrix.
With Black Panther and the Takumi Masters having found a way to stop the spread of Machinesmith’s control, the next issue is sure to be interesting.
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