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Marvel’s handling of T’Challa is indisputably disgraceful! It is extremely hard to believe racism is not at the core of their deconstructionist “AGENDA” making it extremely disconcerting, though sadly not unfathomable, that a Black writer would be a party to it? Ridley has sunk to an all-time low. Not only have they debased the first, most prominent Black superhero in mainstream comics, but they’ve extended both middle fingers to all of us, daring to go as far as to grossly mischaracterize Captain America ”…take this butt whuppin’” in print!

As a life-long fan of Marvel comics and aspiring writer, I mean this with every fiber of my being…f#@k Marvel, Ridley and the horse his stupid ass buffalo soldier rode in on!

No Peace,

Mont

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Black Panther / Re: FEAR OF A BLACK PANTHER - NEW Redjack Speaks!
« on: December 21, 2022, 06:53:50 pm »
Ridleys like a 1 and Redjack is a 8.5

Co-sign!

Peace,

Mont

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Slow clap!!! Blows Ridley BP out of the water! 

Peace,

Mont

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Black Panther / Re: BLACK PANTHER MCU - WAKANDA FOREVER
« on: December 12, 2022, 09:02:26 pm »
A divided fan base that could have been avoided had cooler heads stepped in behind the scenes, Marvel Studios did this to themselves.

Congratulations to Angela though on her Golden Globe nom, she deserves it as imo THE bright spot in that movie

🎯 Agree 100 per cent! Marvel Studios showed a fundamental disdain T’Challa, their character, the first, most prominent Superhero in mainstream comics and pushed a narrative notably dividing the fan base.

Peace,

Mont

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Waited four years for this one.



122570

That is on my list and if I don’t open it Christmas morning I will be ordering it that afternoon!

Peace,

Mont

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(Slow clapping, builds to a crescendo!)

Perfect world, Brother’s Ture, SI & Redjack helm all things Black Panther!

True Wakandans Only! running the show

Peace,

Mont

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Black Panther / Re: FEAR OF A BLACK PANTHER - NEW Redjack Speaks!
« on: December 06, 2022, 08:05:37 pm »
Thank you Brother Ture for compiling Redjack’s thoughts! I co-sign all of it as he speaks with proper understanding of and deference for T’Challa which Marvel has shamefully abandoned. We’re I Marvel or Disney Geoffrey Thorne would be the top executive in charge of Marvel Entertainment, publishing and MCU. My only direction would be fix this ish Redjack! He sees it the same way I do.

Peace,

Mont

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Disgraceful! Ryan Coogler is a villain the likes of which Wakanda has never encountered! Klaw, Killmonger, Anton Pretorius, Azania, Kiber the Cruel, Achebe, Niganda, Doom, Thanos, none have inflicted a fraction of the damage on Wakanda as has Coogler! None have taken more from fans of T’Challa the Black Panther. His betrayal the latest and greatest from the recent line of Black creatives to attend to the Black Panther.

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Thank you for all the updates Brother Ture! I will never see this film for many of the reasons you’ve iterated. Additionally, I am sick of the fascination with fatalism that these young creatives seem to revere. Fictional heroes should transcend mortality, especially when it comes to the imbalance of representation by characters who look like us. The emotional overreaction of the cast and crew that allowed them to co-sign the decision to kill off T’Challa is actually causing a schism in the Black community as those of us who find the decision untenable are being accused of everything from misogyny to infantilism to being “anti-woke” when most have only asked that they not kill off who for many of us is the first superhero we encountered that looked like us. A hero whose adventures we’ve followed for decades and hoped to see more of on the silver screen. No disrespect to Chadwick Boseman, who’s loss I mourned two years ago, T’Challa is a larger than life, iconic character who did not need to die for a third time in less than 3 MCU appearances. I believe Chadwick would feel so too from what I’ve seen and heard of his reverence for the character and the fans. What Coogler, Moore, Feige and Marvel have done is turn T’Challa into a joke who will be remembered, if at all for dying and all for their ill-conceived desire to turn Wakanda into Black Themyscira while swapping an historic Black male icon for a newly minted Mexican male idol and revenue stream. Why is their only room for one minority male monarch in the MCU? They were set to have positive Black representation for Black boys and girls to witness the power of strong male and female heroes working together, but decided instead to take the opportunity mitigate costs and eliminate a strong Black unencumbered male character, dishonoring the work Chadwick put in and snubbing their noses at true fans of T’Challa, son of T’Chaka and N’Yami, King of Wakanda.

No peace,

Mont

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Not one effing word was uttered by any of them about the fans, not one!!! Coogler wanted to explore the impact of T’Challa’s death on Shuri, on Ramonda, on every fictional character with no consideration for the impact on his real life fans, those expected to pay to see the film! They made BP2WF for themselves. As far as I’m concerned they can pay for it themselves. I would love to see the only dollars it makes be any they collect from holding private screenings for themselves. What they’ve done is vain and self-serving. We entrusted these creatives with a character we supported, we went to the newsstands, drug stores, comic book shops to consume his adventures for decades and they just threw him in the trash. Shame on all of them! I am angry with all of them that support this middle finger to all true T’Challa fans. I will never see this film even when it is available for free.

No peace,

Mont

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Black Panther / Re: BLACK PANTHER MOVIES - BP2 Wakanda Forever
« on: September 10, 2022, 08:09:16 pm »
And in the process they are ironically undervaluing the men by their removal and reduction In this movie.

The first movie didn't resonate because of womanhood. It resonated because of black UNITY. Black men and women shining and rising together.


Exactly Ezyo, exactly! The schism that results when Black men are marginalized if not exterminated, while Black women are elevated is harmful to Black families and lineage, and deliberately so. It is a genocide by halves cultivated through vice, seduction, privilege and greed.

No peace,

Mont

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And behind it all, Marvel appears content with all the harm they’ve instigated, the division they’ve sown. This really bugs the crap out of me because it is too analogous to the way America’s removed Black men from Black families in droves, creating a disproportionate burden on Black mothers, fostering resentment, misandry/misogyny, and intentionally mitigating the power Black people, couples, families could wield.

My Two Cents!

Peace,

Mont

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I agree with that. A retelling of Priests "The Client" with some small changes (age of the Dora's for instance) would be awesome

I would also love to see CJP’s “The Client” which the MCU was perfectly set up to explore with T’Challa having opened up Wakanda to the outside world and having reason to spend time in America restoring a Wakandan spy network and investigating the new Avengers.

My change, which Hudlin wisely ignored/dropped would be to nix the inoperable brain aneurism which was the one thing I hated about Priest’s run.

My Two Cents!

Peace,

Mont

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How do you treat T’Challa like trash in his own book and then offer all this Wakandan bonus content!?! They would get so much more support for this if they would do right by T’Challa!

No peace,

Mont

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Be my guest EJ I knew you guys would get my not so sugar “Coated” meaning. I always say to each his/her own, but I can’t help hoping that BP2WF significantly underperforms at the box office even though I realize Feige profit proofed it by making Namor Hispanic and instigating Black/Brown animosity. Que sera?

Ezyo, right with you bruh.

Peace,

Mont

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