Alex Ross’ Black Panther #12 Cover Kicks T’Challa Out the Avengers (Exclusive)
T’Challa is nearly being removed from the Avengers. Wonder’s relaunched Black Panther series from acclaimed writer John Ridley has seen T’Challa’s deepest, darkest secrets return to haunt him, leaving him a previous lord without a realm. Black Panther had secretly created a sleeper agent program, and after a portion of his agents turned up dead, Wakanda authorities learned of his deception. This prompted a Wakanda nationwide conflict, which Black Panther won thanks to help from Storm, Shuri, the Dora Milaje, and another legend named Tosin. A glance at a future cover of Black Panther continues the fallout of T’Challa’s actions, teasing a separation with Earth’s Mightiest Legends.
englishdigitalmedia.com can exclusively uncover the cover of December’s Black Panther #12. Illustrated by unbelievable artist Alex Ross, the cover for Issue #12 shows Black Panther leaving in shame from his Avengers teammates Captain America, Thor, Captain Wonder, and Iron Man. Captain America seems irate at Black Panther, pointing his finger with an aggravated look all over. Monitors behind the scenes show different terrorist attacks and threats happening around the world. The solicit for Black Panther #12 suggests T’Challa being answerable for the overall attacks.
Black Panther was named the Administrator of the Avengers during Jason Aaron’s run on the title. Nonetheless, Black Panther has stepped away from his administration duties while managing the events in his independent series. Earth’s Mightiest Legends returned in Black Panther #9, Part 1 of “Reach Wars.” Captain America as of now isn’t persuaded T’Challa is mentally all set back to driving the Avengers, and those stresses continue right into Black Panther #12.
You can find the cover and solicitation for December’s Black Panther #12 beneath
- BLACK PANTHER #12
- JOHN RIDLEY (W) • GERMÁN PERALTA (A) • Cover by ALEX ROSS
- Just as T’Challa thinks his past secrets lay covered with the dead, the true identity of his latest foe has left him shaken! Indeed, even as he gets away from capture and returns to the Avengers, Captain America isn’t too pleased with Black Panther’s job in creating these new terrorists for harmony. The message is clear: In the event that T’Challa isn’t prepared to be a team player, he doesn’t have a place in a team. With no realm, no Avengers and no partners, why should left help T’Challa against this monster through his own effort?