We're reading Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet written by Ta-Nehisi Coates and drawn by Brian Stelfreeze.
The opening chapter has a couple of running threads, one with T'Challa trying to make sense of a developing uprising and another about the struggles of Aneka and Ayo, as they must challenge the authority of the nation that they were supposed to protect.
There's also the vibrant and captivating artwork. Brian Stelfreeze and colorist Laura Martin make this project a thoroughly enjoyable viewing experience.
To get us started, what were you most intrigued by with this opening chapter as you read the story and viewed the artwork? Briefly explain.