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Black Panther Coffee Table
- A leopard that has black fur rather than the typical spotted coat
- A black panther is a large black cat. Black panthers are melanistic colour variants of several species of larger cat.
- Black Panther is a platform beat 'em up arcade game released by Konami in 1987. You play a black panther cat who has to claw or jump on enemies to kill them. You collect power-ups and defeat bosses to advance levels.
- a member of the Black Panthers political party
- low table where magazines can be placed and coffee or cocktails are served
- A low table, typically placed in front of a sofa
- A coffee table, also called a cocktail table, is a style of long, low table which is designed to be placed in front of a sofa, to support beverages (hence the name), magazines, feet, books (especially coffee table books), and other small items to be used while sitting, such as coasters.
- (Coffee Tables) While any small and low table can be, and is, called a coffee table, the term is applied particularly to the sets of three or four tables made from about 1790; of which the latter were called 'quartetto tables'.
Black Panther: Who is the Black Panther
Deep in the heart of Africa is Wakanda, a technologically advanced civilization of great power and mystery. During the last ten centuries, as European colonial powers spread their guns, armies, and undisputed domination throughout the continent, Wakanda has stood alone as an unconquerable land inhabited by undefeatable warriors. Governing this nation is a lineage of warrior-kings possessing enhanced speed, strength, and agility. Today, T'Challa is the latest in this famed family line, the great hero known worldwide as the Black Panther. Despite the futile defeats of the past, outsiders are once more assembling to invade Wakanda and plunder its riches. Leading this brutal assault is Klaw, a deadly assassin with the blood of T'Challa's murdered father on his hands. Klaw brings with him a powerful army of super-powered mercenaries, all hell-bent on raining death and destruction on this pristine land. Even with Wakanda's might and his own superhuman skills, can the Black Panther prevail against such a massive invading force? This title collects "Black Panther", numbered 1-6 and "Fantastic Four", numbered 52-53.
Gilbert Moore, Freight Elevator Operator
Where are you originally from?
I was born in Harlem, but lived in Jamaica for many years growing up.
How long have you been working here?
I've been at the Museum for 4 years: For the first three years I was a security guard on the floor and I've been operating the freight elevator for the last year. When I was offered this position on the freight elevator, I wasn't sure about taking it. As a security guard on the floor I operated the Schapiro elevator from time to time, and I used to love meeting everyone. You'd have all kinds of visitors coming through, from all over the world. But I tried out the freight, and discovered a completely different and interesting mix of people: art handlers, contractors, maintainers, engineers...
What's your commute to the Museum like?
I live in East Flatbush now so I have a very short ride on the subway and bus. But I take a cab several mornings during the week. It's my one taste of luxury. And the same guy comes to pick me every day: Sebastian from Trinidad.
It looks pretty luxurious in the elevator as well. You've got quite the set up.
Well, in the beginning when I first was getting comfortable in the elevator, all I had was a chair (It was a regular chair. Not a fancy one like this one), and I had milk crates which served as a desk for my books. I kept bringing in more milk crates and set them up all over this side of the elevator as a desk, a coffee table...it looked like a studio apartment in here!
So one day, Filippo Gentile, Supervising Maintainer here, offered to get me a cart. The art handlers are always touting around these carts you know. Jason Grunwald, another art handler (and an artist himself) crafted this one especially for me, so I can have all my things in here with me.
Besides your mini library, you've got a considerable CD collection in here. What do you like to listen to?
I almost have a routine now: classical in the morning (Handel, Bach, Mozart), jazz in the early afternoon (Sonny Rollins, MJQ), and salsa and reggae later in the day.
What's the most interesting experience you've had while operating the freight?
Last year, I was asked to work overtime for the Director's Reception, which took place one evening on the fifth floor and in the sixth floor storage areas, and they used the freight elevator to shuttle the guests from one floor to the other. We don't usually have passengers in here, but the guests came in and were all dressed up, and the elevator was packed like sardines. I had my music playing as I usually do, and it just happened to be so perfectly appropriate for the occasion. Everyone just seemed to be so charmed by the space.
The same evening, another staff member brought some Japanese guests on the elevator, and for them, the whole thing seemed like a big event. I still had my jazz playing and they were just fascinated with the whole experience. They started taking pictures of me and the elevator, and were really having a grand time in here. It was just one of those nights...
You know, after writing fiction, the whole world starts to seem like a procession of characters parading through your life, including yourself. It's just like Shakespeare said... all the world being a stage... and all of us merely players...
How long have you been a writer?
When I was in the army, I read a lot of Hemingway. He said that in order to be a good novelist, you have to be a good journalist. So I followed his advice after I got out of the army, and I went around to all the newspapers and eventually got a job at Time & Life magazine. Of course, you can't just walk in and start writing, so they made me a file clerk...after a succession of jobs, I ended up becoming a reporter.
Rumor has it you wrote a somewhat controversial story on the Black Panther Party.
Yes, somewhere along the way, the magazine asked me to do a story on the Black Panthers, but I wasn't eager to do at first. It seemed too similar to a story I did on the Blackstone Rangers, a street gang in Chicago, and I had a very bad experience doing that. The story went about in the standard Life magazine way with the interviews and photographs, but I was working with another reporter who had a nervous breakdown in the middle of it because it was so intense and dangerous to work with this group. They were gangsters and, you know, very dangerous. So I thought the Black Panthers was going to be a repeat, but I also didn't want to turn it down. It was what they called a "plum story"- the chance to make headlines and also an opportunity for me to go to California for the first time. So I hooked up with a photographer out there, Howard Bingham...for months Howard and I followed them everywhere and conducted interviews: we went to their rallies, their church, and
black panther is from marvel comics
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lol i dont read a lot of black panther but the only reason i like this pic cause it looks cool. thxs for looking ^_^
black panther coffee table
In the wake of SHADOWLAND, there's a new protector of Hell's Kitchen! He has no kingdom, no Vibranium and no high-tech safety net - just bloody knuckles and the will to prove himself in a foreign land where the fiercest of jungle predators stalks the most dangerous urban prey! His name is T'Challa - and in the aftermath of Shadowland, he will create a new life, a new identity, and learn what it is to be a different kind of hero. But with Daredevil gone, the bad guys are coming out to play, and a new nemesis - Vlad the Impaler - plots his bloody rise to power. Be there as national best-selling author and Edgar Award-winner David Liss and pulp master Francesco Francavilla (Zorro, Green Hornet) craft a shocking new chapter for the world's most dangerous man! Guest-starring Luke Cage and Spider-Man! Collecting BLACK PANTHER: THE MAN WITHOUT FEAR #513-518 and material from X-MEN: CURSE OF THE MUTANTS SPOTLIGHT.
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