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Point well made Ezyo!

Peace,

Mont

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I AM SO TIRED OF THIS: "LET'S ERADICATE/THREATEN TO ERADICATE WAKANDA!" THING. AARON IS AN AMAZING WRITER WITH INCREDIBLE IDEAS AND ACTUALLY DOES RIGHT BY T'CHALLA...AND IF THIS WASN'T THE UMPITY UMPTEENTH TIME WE'VE SEEN WAKANDA THREATENED OR DESTROYED? I MIGHT BE INTERESTED. BUT AS IT STANDS? NAH. HE COULD HAVE JUST INTRODUCED 'THE INVINCIBLE VIBRANIUM MAN' WITHOUT DESTROYING WAKANDA IN THE PREMISE. THE CONCEPT OF 'THE INVINCIBLE VIBRANIUM MAN' HAS CRAZY POTENTIAL. DON'T USE THIS TIRED PROP OUTTHE GATE, DAMAGING THE ORIGINALITY IN THE PROMISE OF THIS NEW CHARACTER...




Exclusive: Avengers Forever #6 Introduces a New Variant of TíChalla
BLAIR MARNELL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2022


Last year, writer Jason Aaron and artist Aaron Kuder relaunched Avengers Forever as an ongoing series starring the Avengers of the Multiverse. And the heroes have their hands full with the Multiversal Masters of Evil. But this May, a familiar face is joining the fight and making his debut in Avengers Forever #6. Aaron and artist Jim Towe are about to introduce the TíChalla of a world where he was never Black Panther. Instead, the former Prince of Wakanda has become the Invincible Vibranium Man!

ďThis issue kicks off a new arc that explores the Pillars of the Avengers, the core of the core, in all-new incarnations from across the multiverse,Ē explained Aaron. ďThis first chapter is all about TíChalla, from an alternate earth where Wakanda has been wiped out by the version of Killmonger who wears the Asgardian Destroyer armor and has been raising hell as part of the new Multiversal Masters of Evil. Cut off from his birthright and desperate to avenge his fallen nation, TíChalla must become something surprising and new: the Vibranium Man, a version of the character that takes the Prince of Wakanda to some wildly unexpected new heights.ď

Hereís the cover for the issue by Kuder.




Hereís the official description from Marvel.

ďINTRODUCING THE INVINCIBLE VIBRANIUM MAN!

On an alternate Earth where Wakanda has been crushed from existence and where the Black Panther is a forgotten legend, one man known as TíChalla will forge a new legacy for himself and perhaps even hope for a planet caught in the grips of the god-slaughtering King Killmonger.Ē

Avengers Forever #6 will hit comic book stores on Wednesday, May 25


https://www.superherohype.com/comics/511346-exclusive-avengers-forever-6-introduces-a-new-variant-of-tchalla


The penchant for destroying Wakanda and disrupting or obfuscating the Black Panther to get some traction on a new tale is trite and tiresome. Produce something new and original to play off of. I also would have preferred a cooler more distinct appellation. Something like Isipho - Wielder of the Gift. just saying... put a little creative effort in, it could pay great dividends. Costume should had paid more homage to the vibraium charged habit rather than to Iron Man. Anyway I hope he has a unique power set and we get a good read.



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I remember CJP saying the more renowned TíChalla/BP and Wakanda became the more writers would want to tear them down. He was 100% on target! 🎯 He was prophetic in a way only a comic book industry insider could be.

Peace,

Mont

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This is what comes from not being connected, whether willfully or just not cognizant, to BP cannon. TíChalla had to defeat 6 of Wakandaís most fierce warriors before earning the right to take the hsh! Commitment to the lore should be reflected throughout the entire narrative. If the writer isÖunaware, then editorial has the responsibility to check that. Marvel editorial has been shorting TíChalla for years now. This with Omolola is not even the most egregious example. I can see TíChalla not taking Omolola as a serious threat, but the BP #4 narrative did not adequately portray such machination. All in all, Ridley imo, is still a rung above Coates. Hereís to hoping he climbs?

My Two Cents.

Peace,

Mont

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Iíve found that Aaron approaches TíChalla with an intelligence and deference that has been sorely lacking in the main BP title  since RH. Certainly more than Coates whoís disdain and lack of imagination rivals that which Roy Thomas displayed, IMO.

Peace,

Mont

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Black Panther / Re: Storm
« on: February 06, 2022, 11:08:45 am »
Not cool with X-office/Marvel Editorial inventing secret Wakandan relationships with alien races that TíChalla, TíChaka, Azzari nor assumably any of Wakandaís Black Panthers (nor Bast) no anything about!?! Not only could it undermine their isolationist sovereignty and unconquered status, but the meritocracy and challenge day as well.

Peace,

Mont


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Agreed!

Peace,

Mont

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Iím still in disbelief that Marvel could be so stupid and insensitive as to pursue a path that overreacts by killing off TíChalla!?!

No peace,

Mont

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Exceptional, Brother Ture!

The CJP cover was like a miracle to me, resurrecting this beloved character, unexpectedly after being more or less dormant, certainly bereft of any limelight. His run brought me back into comics.

Peace,

Mont

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Black Panther / Re: Storm
« on: January 12, 2022, 06:48:49 pm »
I think it was CJP who opined the more popular TíChalla were to become, the more likely writers would be to screw around with him.

Peace,

Mont

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Black Panther / Re: BLACK PANTHER MOVIES - Wakanda Forever!
« on: December 27, 2021, 10:46:33 pm »
Happy Holidays fellow Wakandans!

Hereís hoping Marvel/Feige comes to their senses, heeds the wishes of the people and does the right thingÖ#RecastTChalla

Peace,

Mont

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Black Panther / Re: BLACK PANTHER MOVIES - Wakanda Forever!
« on: December 13, 2021, 04:43:38 pm »
Totally agree Ezyo and love the idea of embedding a tribute to Chadwick!

I still maintain they could do this in keeping with what has already been established. Keep BP2 World of Wakanda largely as is, removing any inference to TíChallaís death and reintroduce him in mid a post credit scenes a la CJPís ďThe ClientĒ first shaking down thugs/informants and then in the post credit reveal intro Luke Charles. I guess this all just makes too much sense though!?!

Ugh!

Mont

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With the mind of S.I. anything is possible! I love it, show Ďem the way brother!

Peace,

Mont

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Other Comics / Re: George Pťrez Reveals Terminal Cancer Diagnosis
« on: December 07, 2021, 07:36:36 pm »
Very sad, one of the greats and a personal all-time fav!

Peace,

Mont

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I am hopeful for Ridleyís rendition, but then I gave Coates about 4 issues before disinvesting, so Iím cautiously optimistic. I struggle though with the reduction of TíChallaís monarchy. Part of his power was that he could have 10 NíYami class warships secretly parked in the Hudson River or wherever he felt necessary and authorize a full-fledged war at his sole discretion. It is a significant power-down for him to be limited by parliamentary approval, not that thatís a bad thing, necessarily!?! Perhaps Ridley overplayed the sleeper spies as assassins to balance out TíChallaís loss of absolute power. Truth be told, I prefer exploring a loss of executive power in a comic book rather than the loss of superhuman power TíChalla experienced in Lissí surprisingly decent run. TíChalla should need to rely on his Black Panther powers and innate abilities more than ever, even more than he did in South Africa (Pantherís Quest) during his search for Ramonda. Iím here for the possibilities. Hopefully Ridley doesnít disappoint!?!

Peace,

Mont

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Wow, the throwback, floating head cover for Avengers #750 is fire!

Peace,

Mont

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