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  • Paraguayan Police

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Synopsis for 1st story

After hurting the Black Panther with vibranium bullets, Zonda aims her revolver towards the hostages only to be thwarted by the Panther. Okoye gets back up to fight Douglas and tells the hostages to make a run for it. Zonda sends her mercenaries behind the hostages but Black Panther deflects their bullets and handles them. Drawn in by the commotion inside, the Paraguay cops arrive at the scene to take in Zonda and Douglas who manage to escape. Okoye is disappointed that the duo let them leave but Black Panther intends to follow them to the others in their gang.

Zonda and Douglas make way towards the freighter arranged for their escape. Unbeknown to them, they're trailed by the Black Panther and Okoye in their Wakandan ship. As the two mercenaries arrive at the freighter and are about to depart, Black Panther and Okoye subdue their henchmen. Okoye takes on Douglas as Black Panther comes face to face with Zonda. Angry at him for botching up the hostage job and her subsequent payment, she threatens to shoot him again with the vibranium bullets. However, the Black Panther holds up a grenade and detonates it at the spot. While he remains unharmed by the suit, the resulting explosion kills Zonda and knocks out Douglas.

Okoye and T'Challa (in the Black Panther suit) return back to Wakanda. Facing the huge Panther sculpture in Wakanda, T'Chaka expresses happiness at how the mission went down while still noting that he has a few more lessons to impart to T'Challa in his transition to the Black Panther.

Solicit Synopsis


• You know the BLACK PANTHER from Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War, but you’ve never seen him on a solo mission as deadly as this!

• And in order to defeat the merciless mercenaries ZANDA and DOUGLAS SCOTT, he’ll need to sink his claws in deeper than ever before!

• The conclusion to this ALL-NEW story set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a must-read before this winter’s Marvel’s Black Panther hits theaters!

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