To finish out Five Days of Black Panther, we will finally be looking at the current series by writer Ta-Nehisi Coates. Does he do justice to T'Challa today?
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To close out our Five Days of Black Panther, we begin by taking a look at the recent team books which T'Challa played a vital role within: Jonathan Hickman's New Avengers and Al Ewing's Ultimates.
The women of Marvel's Black Panther film really are the true strength of the picture. Let's talk spoiler-free about them.
Black Panther fends off the Secret Invasion of the Secret Invasion in Wakanda. He doesn't have to fight them alone; his wife Storm helps T'Challa defend his kingdom. Does this tie-in hold up?
For our next Black Panther story, we will look at his involvement with Marvel's Civil War crossover, and he takes a side. Is it a good Black Panther story?
We finish out the first volume of Christopher Priest's Black Panther and see if the series mantains its quality through to issue #17. Is the King of Wakanda given justice?
With our continued exploration of Black Panther, we jump forward to the much-beloved Christopher Priest run from 1998. Many consider this the definitive run for T'Challa. Does it hold up 20 years later?
It looks like our Disney Overlords are more adaptable than we give them credit for. Black Panther director Ryan Coogler told NPR that he approached 12-time Grammy winner Kendrick Lamar in early 2017 about contributing to the soundtrack, and Lamar came in planning to cut just a few songs But once Coogler showed him some of the film, the[...]
Fantastic Four #52 and #53, the debut of Black Panther, were hotly political comic books putting out a daring message in a tumultuous time in American history.
Our exploration through the history of Black Panther continues with the Jack Kirby series from 1977. Does the King's work on the King hold up all these years later?
We'll be celebrating the Black Panther this week in preparation for the release of the Marvel Studios movie this Friday. Today, we are taking a look at the T'Challa's first appearance in Fantastic Four #52 from 1966. How does it hold up?
During an advanced screening of the film, it was revealed that director Ryan Coogler has given the late stunt man his own "face time" during the film. Keeping this as spoiler-free vague as possible, Bernecker can be seen during a casino sequence towards the beginning of the film During one scene, he stands out in the center[...]
She touched on Black Panther director Ryan Coogler (who she worked with in the critically acclaimed film Creed), the importance of representation of both women and people of color, and the future of her character (and other notable female characters) in the next phase of Marvel's Cinematic Universe. "I think with Creed – and I'm partial – but it really showed the[...]
The release of the Infinity War trailer has shown how important Wakanda is going to be to the story, and also the fact that Ryan Coogler is making a rad looking film has the hype juices flowing. To keep that blender going, here is a new poster for you to get excited about It's an international[...]
Some interesting after-Comic-Con news worth talking about: Black Panther director Ryan Coogler, also known for Fruitvale Station and Creed, praised Marvel Studios for the creative freedom they allowed him in the making of Black Panther. Mr Coogler said at the Marvel Studios at Hall H presentation this past weekend: "To be honest with you, man, I am still everyday surprised by how brave Marvel[...]