Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet (Book 1) - Issue 3 Summary & Analysis

Ta-Nehisi Coates
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Summary

In the Alkama Fields, a region of Wakanda near the Nigandan Border, Tetu walks along a deserted plain alone. Through captions over the illustration, Tetu reminisces about the days of plenty of his youth, when food was not scarce and the feeling of freedom was palpable. He then thinks of the recent attacks on Wakanda (Dr. Doom's coup and Thanos' attack) and how the good memories of the past are no longer relevant. As he stands on the plains in a meditative pose, the ground beneath him begin to glow in an ornate pattern. The captions continue to show his inner-monologue, claiming his flesh is no longer relevant and that the spirit reigns supreme. Tetu walks away, imbued with the same glow as the ground and finds two people kneeling before him, as if giving him praise.

At The Golden City, T'Challa has returned...

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