13 COVERS: BLACK PANTHER in the Bronze Age

T’Challa moves into a starring role…

First, we brought you 13 COVERS from the Silver Age, and an overview of Black Panther’s beginnings. (Click here.) Now, we move into the Bronze Age, when he became a headliner for the first time, most notably in classic stories written by Don McGregor in Jungle Action, and in his own title, initially written and illustrated by his co-creator, Jack Kirby.

So dig these 13 COVERS of Black Panther in the Bronze Age…

My all-time favorite Black Panther cover. Gil Kane pencils, Frank Giacoia inks.

Jack Kirby pencils, John Verpoorten inks.

John Buscema pencils, Verpoorten inks.

Rich Buckler pencils, John Romita inks.

Kirby pencils, possibly Bob Wiacek inks.

Frank Miller pencils, Joe Rubinstein inks.

Gil Kane pencils, Dan Adkins inks.

John Byrne pencils, Dan Adkins inks.

Al Milgrom pencils, Klaus Janson inks.

Kirby pencils, Joe Sinnott inks.

Buckler pencils, Giacoia inks.


Kirby and Giacoia


— 13 COVERS: BLACK PANTHER in the Silver Age. Click here.

— 13 COVERS: BLACK PANTHER in the Modern Age. Click here.

Cover images and credits from the ground-breaking Grand Comics Database.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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