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Editor’s Note: With Marvel Studios’ Atramentous Panther hitting theaters this week, Newsarama has dusted off our 2015 articulate history of Christopher Priest’s 1998 to 2003 Atramentous Panther banana book run. This three allotment alternation will run over the advance of the abutting few days.
The Atramentous Panther’s been about aback the 1960s, and had abounding altered incarnations – the intense, complex storylines of the 1970s by Don McGregor and Billy Graham, the over-the-top adventures by Jack Kirby, and the high-profile run by Reginald Hudlin and John Romita Jr.
But there was never absolutely a adaptation like Christopher Priest’s.
As allotment of the Marvel Knights band that helped abate Marvel in the backward 1990s, Atramentous Panther was a book that was according genitalia burghal vigilante, political thriller, and a banter area the devil gave a guy a brace of pants he couldn’t absolutely get rid of.
Over the advance of 62 issues – the aftermost of which saw the actualization absolutely alone as the hero of his own book – Priest and artists, including Mark Texeria and Sal Velluto, crafted the close account of T’Challa, Baron of Wakanda, whose abilities as a fighter and baton were well-matched by his artfulness and manipulations. Initially adopted to America (and overseen by “Emperor of Useless White Boys” Accompaniment Department rep Everett K. Ross), the Panther’s account anon broadcast to beset the busy adeptness anatomy in Wakanda, the affiliated traditions that kept his followers near, and his own demons – and anchored the Panther as one of the best cunning, artful minds in the Marvel Universe.
Priest’s run has continued been out of print, but that’s about to change with the absolution of Atramentous Panther by Christopher Priest: The Complete Collection, Vol. 1 on August 12, which collects the aboriginal 17 issues of his run (a additional aggregate is currently appointed for December). Newsarama talked at-length with Priest to booty an continued attending aback at his run in a three-part conversation. Over the advance of our conversation, we got some aboveboard insights into what it was like creating the book, and his thoughts on the actualization of T’Challa – past, present and future.
Newsarama: Priest – aboriginal off, how’s it feel to see these belief calm and reprinted?
Christopher Priest: Actually, I don’t know; I haven’t apparent the aggregate yet. But I’ve aloof been notified of a FedEx commitment so I’m bold the aggregate is in it. That or, you know, a aqueduct bomb.
I’m blessed Marvel chose to aggregate the series. I’d been told advanced that a calm copy would never appear because the actualization and alternation had been retconned by Reginald Hudlin, and that was now the official adaptation of Panther Marvel was promoting.
This additionally marks the aboriginal time my name has been allotment of a Marvel title, which would accomplish my mom blessed if she were still with us.
Nrama: What do you bethink the best about that time in your activity aback you were accomplishing Atramentous Panther?
Priest: The connected acclivous advance to woo admirers of boilerplate Marvel comics. Post”Marvel Knights, there was connected and bound burden to get our numbers up. It was not advantageous for the aesthetic process.
I never had exhausted or aesthetic ascendancy over the book; all of the accouterment in access and changes in anecdotal were appropriate by Marvel, including replacing T’Challa with Vin Diesel against the end in a atrocious flailing to accumulate the book alive.
Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort was acceptable the alone guy to admit, at atomic to me, that Atramentous Panther is whatever it is, and whatever it is is absolute carefully angry to its biographer (meaning me). Some bodies will like it, some won’t, but axis ourselves chaotic block numbers was a bad idea.
Successive biographer Reginald Hudlin acclimatized this immediately, and, as he declared to me, didn’t alike bother aggravating to brownnose or anguish himself about numbers.
I didn’t appetite to address a “black” book because atramentous characters are a boxy sell. I go into my affidavit why in some detail here.
Nrama: How did the book appear about?
Priest: Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti active a accord with Marvel to barrage their own imprint, alleged Marvel Knights. I’d heard they were demography over Daredevil, and was absolute aflame aback the buzz rang. I adulation Daredevil and had consistently capital a attack at (the character). Aback they said “Black Panther,” my affection affectionate of sank.
See, in those days, writers were accepted to added or beneath advance the cachet quo. The cachet quo for Panther was this achromatic cypher who array of stood in the aback row for the Avengers chic picture.
Joe and Jimmy, forth with editor Nanci Dakesian (aka Mrs. Joe Quesada), DC Comics editor Brian Augustyn and Mark Waid all affectionate of talked up the project, but I was anxious about actuality assort as a “black” writer, and absolutely wasn’t captivated about the character, alike with the altered “Coming To America” circuit the accumulation had put on it.
So I gave Joe the Robert DeNiro accent from Casino: “Okay, Joe, but if I do it, I accept to do this my way. I beggarly it, no interference.” Basically, I couldn’t address this addled guy who commonly got clocked over the arch and abject abaft auto trucks. I had to address the guy Stan Lee wrote way, way aback inFantastic Four #52: a guy who out-foxed and exhausted four of Marvel’s best able heroes.
If I could accomplish Panther tough, mysterious, wily, and generally at allowance with his Avengers comrades, that was a actualization I’d acquisition interesting. If he could embrace his monarchship the way Namor does–perhaps not as arrogant, but absolutely as confidently, a man of absolute adeptness and dominion–that would absorption me as well.
Lastly, I told them we bare a point of actualization character: addition who could validate the fears and presumptions of white superhero admirers who’d absolutely be abashed to buy a “black” book.
I had ancient afore created this character, an attaché (i.e. adept flunky/babysitter) over Ka-Zar and had modeled him almost afterwards Michael J. Fox and Matthew Perry. I anticipation somebody like that adeptness accomplish a abundant point of actualization appearance for Panther.
Marvel Knights agreed, and I active on for the series. I angry in the aboriginal issue, and Jimmy and Joe alone it. We were off to a abundant start.
They explained to me that they admired the “Pulp Fiction In Rewind” anecdotal access I was application in Quantum & Woody and anticipation it would assignment absolutely able-bodied for Atramentous Panther. So they booted #1, which had originally been accounting abundant added traditionally, and we imposed that anecdotal actualization which was both admired and hated. Ironically, skip advanced 20 years, and the new Valiant booted affair #1 of my Q2: The Return of Quantum & Woody for abundant the aforementioned reason.
Nrama: So let’s attending at the antecedent storyline of the book and the bearings you were in with Marvel Knights – this was, at the time advised article of a crazy experiment. It afflicted things at Marvel, it set the accent for the avant-garde superhero book and movies, but at the time, Marvel’s afresh declared defalcation and the company’s abutting is in question. What was the ambiance like to aftermath this title?
Priest: Oh, I was mostly cloistral from all of that. Joe and Jimmy adopted Atramentous Panther booty abode abundantly aural its own bubble, alike as I would admit the Marvel Cosmos in, accurately with the storyline “Enemy of The State,” area Panther admits he alone abutting the Avengers in adjustment to appraise them as a accessible blackmail to Wakanda.
See, it fabricated absolutely no faculty to me why Panther would anytime accompany a super-hero team; he’s not a super-hero, and the almanac shows he did a accomplished lot of annihilation best of the time. Why?
After Marvel Knights handed the book aback to Marvel, I was tasked, from that point until the book’s cancellation, with aggravating to abound the audience. It was backbreaking and it inhibited best aesthetic thinking.
We approved everything, every accessible bedfellow star, every gimmick we could anticipate of. In retrospect, I accept Joe and Jimmy were right: we should accept aloof done our affair and abundantly abandoned the Marvel U. Pandering in an attack to accession auction proved, ultimately, to be a decay of time.
This was, chiefly, Reginald Hudlin’s cerebration aback he launched his adaptation of Panther. Not speaking for Reginald, but, as he explained it, he accomplished we’d approved every ambush in the book to augment the address in an attack to woo added readers and had failed.
So Reginald didn’t see the point of accomplishing that, and from the alpha artlessly chose to address a acceptable book and advance himself in the assignment rather than consistently anguish over sales figures. And you apperceive what? His book awfully outsold abundance because the advance was in accomplishing acceptable assignment and not consistently disturbing to win bodies over.
And if I may: fan (and some staffer) belief about there actuality some affectionate of “feud” amid Reginald and myself is aloof stupid. We’ve been accompany for added than 22 years. Denys Cowan had his adaptation of Panther, I had mine. Reginald acclimatized me, frankly, by smartly befitting things he anticipation formed and auctioning things that didn’t. And his adaptation outsold us all.
Ironically, some admirers gave him affliction over activity his way aloof as admirers (and some pros) gave me affliction for activity my own way. I’d never do that, and I wasn’t alike acquainted of this allegory circulating because by the time Hudlin’s Panther launched, I was way, way out of comics altogether and, frankly, not advantageous a lot of absorption to any comics-related stuff.
I assume to anamnesis audition about the new Atramentous Panther and actuality blessed (and a little abashed that Reggie had the time to address banana books), but, frankly, my arch was in Christian admiral and I accept I was pastoring a abbey at the time and aloof not advantageous a lot of absorption to comics.
Nrama: You acclimated a lot of the character’s antecedent history in comics — there’s a abundant accord from the Don McGregor run to start, and those Kirby homages with the frogs. What Atramentous Panther belief had the greatest appulse on you afore you were alive on this book, and why?
Priest: I didn’t apprehend Marvel Boscage Action aback it was actively publishing. It was a brainless name for a banana alternation (with due account to Archie Goodwin and Stan Lee, who were, I believe, active the collective in those days). The appellation was abundantly patronizing, falling aloof abbreviate of Boscage “Bunny.”
I was a kid growing up on New York City streets, I had no absorption in the jungle. I admired Hero for Hire, admitting I couldn’t brainstorm who anticipation up the antic accent patterns for Luke Cage. I additionally anticipation Atramentous Panther was arid because he had no admiral and (no breach intended) Marvel seemed to authenticate the character’s adventuresomeness by accepting him get attack and stabbed and hit over the head. Kirby’s Panther was alike added off the filigree to me.
Once I began researching Panther as a comics pro (whatever that means), I tended to accede added with McGregor’s Panther than others. His accessible advance in logically cerebration through the basal realties of the African abstemious and his fleshing-out of Wakanda are amazing and admired assets to the Marvel Universe
His Boscage Action mega-arcs, what has been acclaimed as “Marvel’s aboriginal clear novel,” were a absolute gift, and I saw no charge to retcon, avoid or contrarily do abroad with what he or consecutive biographer Peter McGillis created. McGregor created an amazingly abundant Pantherverse with which I mostly agreed and was badly beholden for all the accoutrement he larboard in the apparatus box.
Denys Cowan and Dwayne Turner’s visions of Wakanda, as an bogus African Epcot Center, opened my eyes to the unexploited possibilities; these men, both of whom are African American, calm with biographer Peter B. Gillis, created an African Asgard of sorts, and I aloof went, “Oh, my.”
Actually, now that I anticipate about it, Denys formed on Panther, Reginald Hudlin formed on Panther, and I formed on Panther. Marvel should actualize a Milestone Atramentous Panther book. I’m absolutely sure, if it wouldn’t draft up Milestone’s accord with DC, we’d all be acquisitive to see what could be done with the actualization in a creatively uncompromised environment. We all dearly adulation this character.
Where paths bend amid my eyes of Panther and those antecedent is the actualization of T’Challa himself. I can’t allege for Mr. McGregor (whom I do not know), but my consequence was he saw Panther as the ultimate adeptness of animal abeyant whose courage was exemplified in his alertness to accident his activity in the account of others.
I see T’Challa that way as well, but I adjourn to Stan Lee, whose basement for this actualization was he was a man who outsmarted Reed Richards and out-fought the Thing. Those key addendum seemed missing from McGregor’s Panther, and to me Stan (whom I do know) is Moses; his aboriginal concepts are the bean tablets of avant-garde comics.
Thus, it fabricated absolutely no faculty to me that Panther wouldn’t at atomic nominally assure himself from things like baby accoutrements blaze or cutting weapons, and that, at the absolute least, he’d backpack an iPhone (which is what his Kimoyo agenda about is).
The fan abuse was abrupt and a little off-putting, because how ailing accurate Panther has commonly been. It seemed to me like, “We’re not absolutely activity to buy any Atramentous Panther comics, but how cartel you accomplish him smarter and added technologically advanced! Bring aback the apparent old spandex and get rid of the gadgets!”
This seemed cool and a abuse of Stan’s character; Marvel fandom accepting developed so acclimatized to what I advised to be an aberrant estimation of Stan’s aboriginal concept. And these association weren’t affairs McGregor’s book or mine, so why on apple should Joe and Jimmy pay the “outrage” any mind?
I aloof acclimated Stan, and alone Stan, as my template–though I capital a added laconic, added Batman-esque and abstruse actualization to Stan’s affable and affable monarch. I didn’t anticipate Panther would allocution all that much. I anticipation Batman talked too abundant (and maybe still does, I don’t actively apprehend comics anymore); like all that yakking he does answer his motives in the final moments of The Dark Knight; it was a abuse of his actualization to angle there yammering. Not Batman.
I anticipation Panther could and acceptable should accept been the Batman of the Marvel U. That actualization classic was missing from Marvel’s pantheon, and Panther’s origins and motives are altered abundant from Batman’s to anticipate him from actuality alleged a Batman rip-off.
If anything, now that Batman has become Iron Batman, with all that brainless armor and tech–wrong, wrong, wrong, amiss DC–he is afterward T’Challa’s advance and not the added way around.
The capital affair preventing Atramentous Panther from accomplishing that Batman alcove for Marvel is, frankly, Marvel. Whether advisedly or subliminally, Marvel marketing–if not Marvel editorial–sees Panther in a ancestral ambience and, thus, as a beneath “pure” actualization than, say, Drax the Destroyer or the Sub-Mariner. I don’t beggarly racism so abundant as a akin of acuteness and affair for the reader’s adeptness to analyze with and/or acknowledge to these issues.
For example: a band was cut from my addition to the contempo Deadpool alliance affair because Marvel was anxious atramentous readers adeptness be offended. I assured them atramentous admirers would not be affronted by the line, but I was overruled. Which afflicted me because I was an absolute atramentous actuality acceptable them atramentous bodies absolutely aren’t as attenuate skinned as they (or the accumulated hedgehog aloft Marvel editorial) may think.
Black bodies accept a faculty of humor. Deadpool, the character, busts on everybody. It was a abuse of his actualization for him to alpha affairs his punches aloof because he was talking to a atramentous person.
Marvel and DC should stop actuality abashed of letters, abashed of email. The adventure addled me as a little silly, that Marvel wasn’t so afraid about their atramentous admirers as they were conceivably afraid about behind the sensibilities of their white admirers and/or of ‘Pool advancing beyond as racist.
It wasn’t a racist line. It was, however, the funniest band in the adventure and they cut it, admitting accepting an absolute atramentous actuality assure them. If they absolutely accepted amusement (or atramentous people), they could accept run one of those old Stan Lee asterisk captions; *We were assured, by an absolute atramentous person, that this band was accept –Ed.
This is what I beggarly by a creatively compromised environment. This wouldn’t appear at, say, Milestone. They’d say either the band was funny or it wasn’t, Either ‘Pool was in actualization or out of character, and that would be the alone belief they would use. Larry Hama, my mentor, accomplished me that amusement involves risk. There was rarely an affair of Crazy Magazine we appear afterwards actuality assertive we would be accursed for it. Everybody, of every ethnicity, was fair game.
In agreement of character, Panther shares a abundant accord with Sub-Mariner–who himself is not white but appears white and accordingly can cross the Marvel zeitgeist added calmly than can Panther. Panther is a king. Kings are altered kinds of folk, and frankly, I hadn’t apparent a able acknowledgment from the U.S. government in antecedent versions of Panther. He wasn’t greeted like a baron or, frankly, monitored as we would any arch of accompaniment abnormality about Brooklyn.
This was the attitude Everett K. Ross brought with him aback he collection to LaGuardia in his Mazda Miata to aces up the baron of a absolute nation. For me, Ross embodied decades of, no offense, boldness not of Panther but of Stan Lee. Stan’s Panther was a abstruse autocrat of a hidden commonwealth but was addition so admired the FF flew all the way to Africa–with abundant alarm and nervousness–to meet.
It seems, afterwards Fantastic Four #52 and #53, everybody affectionate of forgot who Panther was and advised him like Joe Blow. Baron T’Challa is not Joe Blow.
So I vented my affliction at how Marvel had so marginalized this actualization (which I interpreted as Marvel exhausted abutting the actualization from a standpoint of race) through the over-the-top applesauce of his new Accompaniment Department handler: he saw Panther the way Panther had ultimately appear to be apparent by Marvel: Aloof Some Guy who was commonly overshadowed by heroes in which they were added invested. Confounding the low expectations for the actualization was, to me, Job One, and Ross was the tip of that sword.
If we could all booty chase out of our minds area it applies to Atramentous Panther, there’s no acumen why Panther could not or should not be Marvel’s highest-grossing franchise. He isn’t because neither Marvel nor banana book admirers can abrogate the role chase plays in agreement of abutting with an audience, best abnormally with a actualization that absolutely has the chat “black” in his name.
I did not, however, appetite to abjure annihilation that had gone before. I apperceive what that feels like, to accept somebody appear forth and aback annihilation you did anytime happened. I anticipate allotment of the fun of actuality a comics fan is seeing how writers break problems aural the rules and aural the history of the universe.
These days, the fad seems to be every biographer gets to agitate up the Etch-O-Sketch and pretend no added belief had anytime been accounting about the character, and both majors assume ever acquisitive these canicule to draft up their chain every time sales dip.
I went too far in the added direction, acquisitive to deliver every antecedent actualization of Panther, including Jack Kirby’s apish version, which we accredit to as “Happy Pants Panther.” Don McGregor’s adaptation wasn’t absolutely my cuppa, but Don did a lot of abundant appropriation in agreement of authoritative Wakanda absolute and fleshing out Panther’s acknowledging cast.
I saw absolutely no charge to aloof retcon everything, admitting that advantage was presented to me. Don’s acknowledging casting formed absolutely well, and the ablaze and admiring literalism with which he approached the alternation was absolutely afterpiece to my point of actualization than the all-encompassing Kitty Man who afraid out with the Avengers–no breach advised to Roy Thomas or anyone else; I aloof anticipation there hadn’t been abundant advance fabricated in the character.
Nrama: For that matter, what was best ambrosial to you about the character, and what do you feel was generally blurred about him?
Priest: I’ve got to be honest: the actualization never appealed to me until Joe and Jimmy (and Mark and Brian) began to appoint me. I was accessible to pass. I was accession at a point in my life–where I am now–where I no best booty gigs aloof for the hire money; it’s got to be article I’d absolutely like to do, and article I accept in.
In Allotment Two of our conversation, Priest reveals an abrupt aesthetic addition to the antecedent Atramentous Panther adventure arc, and talks about the Panther’s acknowledging cast.
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