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The smartest touch is counterpointing the pair’s bickering with the idealized representation of American life presented by a scatting jazz trio, who comment on the action like a Greek chorus of ’50s hepcats.
Created in 1966 by Stan Lee (script) and Jack Kirby (art), the original Black Panther — a hepcat in a slinky suit with claws and ears — debuted alongside the Fantastic Four in an adventure in Wakanda, which is powered by a mystery metal, vibranium.
The book, complete with the hepcat cover, is shipping today.
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Definition of hepcat for English Language Learners
: a person who knows about the newest things in music, fashion, etc. : a hip person
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