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Black Panther / Re: Black Panthers
« on: November 11, 2009, 07:12:48 pm »
S'yan is T'Chaka younger brother right?

Also he was the  the Black Panther before T'Challa  & the Black Panther that T'Challa defeated right?

Yeah, I think he basically became a King(or maybe Prince?)-regent until a direct bloodline descendant (T'Challa) took over.

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Black Panther / Re: T'challa's Training
« on: November 11, 2009, 02:41:19 am »
Cap and Batman.

I actually think linking BP and anyone else is a major mistake. BP has a completely unique fighting style...even CA as much acknowledged this during their throwdown that Seven scanned for us in the A-LIST thread...and jonathan is exactly the guy to craft the most realistic and devastating and unique fighting style for TCHALLA to date. Wakanda's Royal martial style should be a mystery,and include every single method and mode of combat,including theoretical science weaponry,fighter pilot training,mass armies,small unit and one on one combat in every form,incredible ka (the original African concept from which came the Hindu asana and the Chinese chi,the Japanese ki,George Lucas' FORCE,etc) development that should have made him proof against mystical and/or psionic coercion,possession and the like. (What would be cool is if jonathan has TCHALLA reveal after DOOMWAR that he knew of THE CABAL,THE BROKER and DOOM working together and being the architects behind SK and providing SK with a temporary power boost because THE BPs were loong aware of SK and preempted the threat of him by using a combo plate of anti-psi tech,magic defenses and incredible willpower merged with advanced ka development,so TCHALLA's visit to doom in RH BP#1 THE RELAUNCH was the only way to set in motion the chain of events that unmask his foes then defeat/severly weaken them during DOOMWAR. This way TCHALLA doesn't look like a dumbass for waltzing with two chicks into DOOM's lair,but instead he'll look insanely cool,brave and brilliant)

LOL! And now you sound exactly like Priest, great minds think alike, hmm?  Of course, if any of this happened, the internet WOULD BE CLEFT IN TWAIN!  Could you imagine the reactions?  "What, the leader of the most advanced nation on Earth had plans against a massive-scale coup?  Not possible."  ::)

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Black Panther / Re: FIRST STEPS TOWARD A-LIST
« on: November 10, 2009, 04:46:26 pm »
Quote
Also, McGregor stuff was far better then the stuff from the Avengers. McGregor stuff is from the 70's, it's rare. Most will not ever read his stuff, and Priest said he based his Panther off of McGregor's. When he was with the Avengers, is what killed the character.

I read the McGregor stuff.

He got tied to a burning cross, he got thrown off of cliffs, he got attacked by dogs,
thrown in barbed wire and had a burning auto tire full of gas chucked at him.

By regular folk.

I have NEVER SEEN a character get his A$$ kicked more in his own book than the McGregor Black Panther.

I guess I always took the McGregor stuff with a grain of salt.  The barbed wire and burning tire scenario in Panther's Quest took place less than a month after he actually became the Panther and chalked a lot of it up to real life injuries building up.  I mean, the barbed wire would be enough to put anyone down, but then he basically sucks down tear gas after saving a kid, gets shot because of said tear gas, tears his leg up in a roof, stuck in a bear trap, etc.  After a while, it doesn't matter who you are, that sh!t's gonna slow you down.

I looked at that stuff and times from rest of McGregor's run as something removed from the Marvel Universe, as if this was a real-life human being (with 1970s strength, speed, etc. standards, of course) so I could believe that the possibility of him getting whooped sometimes.

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Black Panther / Re: Flags of Our Fathers - when???
« on: November 09, 2009, 07:27:33 pm »
Thank you Jonathan.  Far as I know, it's still on track for February.  

Denys is drawing the hell out of this thing.  The action is ill...in fact, some stuff was too graphic and had to be toned down.  

the one two punch of DOOMWAR and BP/CAP is gonna rock heads.

Any chance of the stuff that got cut out being posted anywhere?  HEF exclusive, pretty please? ;D

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Black Panther / Re: Panther God
« on: November 09, 2009, 07:20:54 pm »
Yeah, well in #9 T'Challa was wacked out on magic potion.  Not sure who originally had Bast as white-furred.  We're stuck with it now, unless the Panther God gets a celebrity makeover.

My first time seeing Bast as white-furred was in the wedding issue when T'Challa and Ororo were getting approved by her.  That was when the other artist (can't remember his/her name) took over for a couple pages.  I kind of liked it though, because the other god-creatures were also white and it gave this ghostly, supernatural feel to that dimension.

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Black Panther / Re: Flags of Our Fathers - when???
« on: November 09, 2009, 07:15:52 pm »
I have visions of them sitting around laughing like mad scientists.  Reggie's always managed to spin some wild yarns, so I'm expecting mad action.

HERE, HERE!  (Man, this is crazy, Maberry is like one of us!)

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Black Panther / Re: Doom
« on: November 05, 2009, 03:35:27 pm »
yo, your pic is power rangers?  tight :)

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Black Panther / Re: Shuri
« on: November 05, 2009, 03:32:53 pm »
Thanks man  ;D Shuri is BADASS.

HELL, YEAH! This is one baaaaddd b!tch.  Every time I see her fight I'm like 'woah.'

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Would be cool too see Emma/Scott and T'Challa/Ororo interact if they both become parents around the same time, especially if the children are all mutants.

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How about they have the baby, but something's wrong with it so they have to give it to future post-apocalyptic people, and then it comes back all grown up with mad guns and a crazy eye and appears in every comic  ;)

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Black Panther / Re: T'Challa - martial arts disciplines and techniques
« on: November 05, 2009, 10:49:09 am »
him sleeping TASKMASTER via side kickery to the chinnery (TASKMASTER,btw,is one of THE MOST UNDERVALUED VILLAINS IN THE MU. This guy should be giving serious fits to the likes of DD,Shang Chi,Punisher,Elektra,non-alchemy'd out TChalla,Captain America's crew,and many more.This guy reeeaallly needs to be shown respect) n lotsa other stuff (like the beatdown of the Skrull F4).


I looooove some Taskmaster! When did that happen though? Just change his damn costume!

(he should give Hawkeye and Bullseye hell with weapons)

I would kill for a BP weapon fight; something really fast like him using two small swords or a sword-dagger combo.

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Black Panther / Re: Doom
« on: November 05, 2009, 10:40:06 am »
I think Doom was broken out of jail during Millar's run on F4, which I believe happened before T'Challa's assault.  Could be wrong though

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Black Panther / Re: N' Tomo
« on: November 05, 2009, 01:29:57 am »
Ooooohhh, what if N'Tomo is working for The Broker?  Even though he's helping T'Challa recover, he's slowly conditioning some sort of fail-safe super kapow! defeat move that T'Challa's not focused on right now.

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Black Panther / Re: Who controls Storm?
« on: November 05, 2009, 01:26:42 am »
correct. She is hardly even used. It's the Scott and Emma show, with Pixie and others. Storm isn't a main character. So now is the time. ;D

True, true, but I'm patient enough that I could wait 2 years or so, at least then there's no hate (yeah, right  ::)) about it being too soon.

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Black Panther / Re: Panther-Position interviews
« on: November 05, 2009, 01:24:34 am »
Hahahahaha glad it's not just me though ;)  SI, Apocalypse vs. Wakanda is a must, it sounds like it could be soooo epic.  Hell, put it in ancient times and have Apocalypse commanding an army of decked out hieroglyphic-styled Egyptians.

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