Storm by Eric Jerome Dickey, Yardin, Medina, et alMarvel apparently vastly overproduced this hardcover, so you can score copies for $3 at New England Comics. It's a tale from the childhood of Storm, occasional leader of the X-Men. It's primarily about her beginning to learn her way around her powers, and also making her way through the transition from child to adult . . . which is not made easier by the attentions of the prince of Wakanda, the future Black Panther, who is on his walkabout. (In recent years, the two of them got married.)
While I personally was always a big fan of the Storm-Forge relationship, I've warmed to the Storm-Panther relationship a bit. And, certainly, this book tackles it in a manner that strikes me as realistic for a couple of teenagers in Africa, and as realistic for a couple of teenagers in the Marvel Universe. I can't speak to the accuracy of the depiction of Africa in here, but it's got verisimilitude comin' out its ears. So, highly recommended, especially if you can get it for 85% off cover price.