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I feel you brother S.I.!

Peace,

Mont

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Same page, agree 100%!

Peace,

Mont

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[Slow clapping] You had me at Sturm und Drang my good brother Ture! My absolute favorite T’Challa BP story and one of the biggest reasons I vehemently oppose killing of T’Challa in the MCU!

Peace,

Mont

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Sounds dope!

Peace,

Mont

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Black Panther / Re: BLACK PANTHER'S AVENGERS - Avengers #48
« on: September 07, 2021, 06:40:08 pm »
WTH!?! Didn’t T’Challa personally recruit Gorilla-man? Now he’s a saboteur? Not good for T’Challa’s rep.

Peace,

Mont

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Hudlin TV / Re: Star Trek franchise
« on: August 29, 2021, 05:14:51 pm »

Aldis Hodge Has More Than Acting Chops to Show Off Aboard the U.S.S. Discovery in Star Trek Short “Calypso”

https://www.startrek.com/article/hodge-goes-it-alone-in-calypso

“Discovery” is fire, love Sonequa Martin Green’s “Michael Burnam!” Would love to see Aldis in a recurring role. Olatunde is the truth.

Peace,

Mont

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Good post brother Ezyo, I feel you completely!

Peace,

Mont

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Kimoyo, what I'm pondering is supposed Marvel for their own reason (financial concerns of investors, producers and or movie theaters; release schedule conflicts or just trying to get past Chadwick's untimely passing) decided to do the sequel, give the supporters of the A.G.E.N.D.A. what they want, buy themselves enough time to recast uninterrupted, knowing that with the introduction of the multiverse they are going to reintroduce T'Challa the Black Panther some time down the road with the new MCU versions of the Fantastic Four, the X-Men and Blade etc... Because there is noway nor any true win in keeping T'Challa dead but his return would be massive and pure boxoffice and merchandising gold. Just a thought.


Love your optimism Brother Ture!

Peace,

Mont

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I'd add that the necessity of a Robin Hood type figure would not have any parallel within WK as the people in charge seek to benefit everyone.

Tchalla has to use a reference from outside his Kingdom to make an example.

Agreed and why I had no problem with the reference. In a way, the isolationist/xenophobic Wakanda of T’Challa’s youth was a nation with external vigilance akin to Uatu the Watcher. I’m reminded of Captain America’s surprise when Reg’s T’Chaka referred to him as Steve Rogers in WITBP. Clearly, the royal family at least has comprehensive knowledge of foreign events and colloquialisms.

Peace,

Mont

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It's good that there are some people who truly understand what Chad was doing and are continuing his legacy, and not acting like it's the respectful thing to kill off T'Challa in everything out of "respect" for Chad

Hear, hear! I wish they were in charge of MCU Black Panther, seems like they get it?

Peace,

Mont

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Black Panther / Re: Fan Fiction
« on: August 15, 2021, 08:15:46 pm »
This was fun in the way comic book stories used to be. Kudos CW!

Peace,

Mont

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Great point Ture, intentional or not the result is the same…we have apparently had enough and of this we have indeed had enough!

No peace,

Mont

being vocal like EMAN reviews, signing the petition and encouraging others to do so and voting with our wallets is the only way to get T'Challa back

Also messaged Feige and Coogler, no response.

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Great point Ture, intentional or not the result is the same…we have apparently had enough and of this we have indeed had enough!

No peace,

Mont

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I've been thinking long and hard on who to recast as T'Challa…

Since we have some time (perhaps a couple years) til T'Challa's cinematic resurgence I'll keep searching.


Are you surmising with any enlightened insight Brother Ture?

I have been thinking about the decision to honor Chadwick Boseman by not recasting T’Challa and believe it is a decision that may actually stonewall the growth of his legacy as the first actor to bring T’Challa to his widest audience with depth and gravitas via the cinema. Talk about a tough act to follow, not recasting would seem to save Marvel and the production the embarrassment of not finding a successor who could do justice to what Boseman established more than benefit his legacy. Consider that Sean Connery, who admittedly survived several stints as 007, established a global legacy as the man who defined the iconic character in such a memorable way that caused the performance of each of his successors to be measured against the original. The success of the franchise demanded a charisma and quality approaching that of the original. How could that be an affront to Boseman? How could recasting not be seen as a chance to pay tribute to the man, the original, T’Challa, the Black Panther?

My Two Cents.

Peace,

Mont





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Great points Ezyo!

Peace,

Mont

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