Black Panther: Soul Of A Machine Issue #6 Review

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Black Panther: Soul Of A Machine #6

By Chuck Brown, J.L. Giles (Illustrator), Ariel Olivetti (Illustrator)

If you want to check out the other issues in this series that I have read and reviewed, click here.

 

Chapter Six – Bold Style: Machinesmith has infected all the tech in Birnin Bashenga. Can Black Panther, the Wakandan scientists and the Takumi Masters manage to scramble Machinesmith’s control of the machines before it’s too late?

Summary from Goodreads.

Machinesmith has successfully managed to control the Wakandan technology, and the Wakandan scientists and the Takumi Masters are on the backfoot. This entire issue is about how the Wakandan scientists and the Takumi Masters attempt to stop Machinesmiths control of the machines, or at least stop him from gaining control of more.

Whilst I would assume that these issues are sequential, the last few seemed to have jumped from different storylines (although they are connected). At the end of the previous issue, the Wakandan scientists and the Takumi Masters had planted a trojan horse inside Machinesmiths core code so I naturally would assume that it would have flowed on in this issue, but instead, we get a street race of them trying to reach a broadcast spire.

Once again, I was not impressed with the artwork. It does seem to suit the cyberspace scenes more than the real world ones, but in this issue, we did not get any of those.

Whilst once again a more mediocre issue, this great quote came out of it: “I also know there is a difference between being ‘down’ and being ‘out’.”.

2/5

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