So Black Panther: The Man Without Fear may have a really terrible title, but other than that minor issue, David Liss and Francesco Francavilla have been putting out quality work: it’s a great “gritty urban superhero” comic, and with the most recent story arc Liss has really been taking it up a notch by emphasizing that the Black Panther isn’t like Daredevil and shouldn’t try to solve things in a straightforward beat-them-up way; T’Challa is a brilliant tactician and his style of superheroing should reflect that.
However, because this is a great comic, to make this point they dragged the Hate-Monger out of mothballs – the real Hate-Monger, not that schmuck who showed in that Punisher story a while back. Yes, they are trying to bring the Black Panther back to his A-game by having him fight Adolf Hitler’s disembodied spirit. It is understandable that you might not know about this, since the sales numbers on Black Panther have been underwhelming to say the least, but now you have no excuse, because you are missing T’Challa versus Hitler.
I mean, look at this: this is as simple and wonderful as comics panels get: