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BP710 Story Ideas     Deadlines for selection: November 22, 2017

Death Be Not Proud-The final days of T'Chaka the Black Panther
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Lost in Space-The search for the Vibranium asteroid field
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Doomwar-The Black Payback: T'Challa v Doom as it should've been
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Black on Black violence-The on panel fight between the Black Panther and Black Dwarf
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Where is the Love-The romance of T'Challa and Ororo
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Sweat of the Panther-Steampunk Wakanda
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Beware Of Geek's Reply #4210 on: October 22, 2017, 07:39:29 am
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Battle's Supreme nomination  Reply #4208 on: October 22, 2017, 04:59:32 am
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Kickin' it with Kip Lewis Reply #4238 on: October 25, 2017, 08:21:20 pm
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Other
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Voting closed: November 22, 2017, 07:45:54 pm

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Re: The Ultimate, New Black Panther, New Black Power???
« Reply #3630 on: July 14, 2016, 05:05:20 am »
That looks like a space suit or something

T'challa's infinity war's suit confirmed lol

That.... Wouldn't be too bad actually, as long as he kept the Original (or a slightly upgraded version due to the time) and still wore it throught out the movie

I am curious to see if they make any changes to his MCU suit.

It seems like Spidey's suit is staying identical.

Merch wise... it makes since to change it juuuuuuuuuuuuuust enough to sell more stuff. But man... it was damn perfect.

I hope instead they just give him more tech (daggers, SKYBIKE!) instead.

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Re: The Ultimate, New Black Panther, New Black Power???
« Reply #3631 on: July 21, 2016, 05:52:09 am »
Black Panther at SDCC!



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Re: The Ultimate, New Black Panther, New Black Power???
« Reply #3632 on: July 26, 2016, 07:04:03 pm »
SDCC 2016: Black Panther: World of Wakanda
Ta-Nehisi Coates and Roxane Gay dive deep into the land T'Challa rules!

King T’Challa of Wakanda continues finding more fans with each new issue of BLACK PANTHER from the creative team of Ta-Nehisi Coates and Brian Stelfreeze. Marvel looks to give those fans even more with the upcoming series, BLACK PANTHER: WORLD OF WAKANDA co-written by Coates with veteran writer Roxane Gay, who brings a wealth of experience as a creative writer to the Wakandan kingdom and its inhabitants. We wanted to spend a few minutes to talk about this new series as well as how this writing team came together.

Marvel.com: With the first arc of BLACK PANTHER coming to a close, there are big changes on the horizon not just for T’Challa but also for the creative team behind the character, as Roxane Gay joins Ta-Nehisi Coates as co-writer on a second series about Black Panther. To begin with, what led Marvel editorial to make the decision to green light a second series for Black Panther?

Ta-Nehisi Coates: Well, the response [to BLACK PANTHER], I‘d assume. I’ve been shocked by the sheer number of people who picked up the book. We seem to be holding on well. My responsibility is to make sure that the stories are compelling, and hopefully, people will continue to pick it up. In the meantime, there’s a lot of back-story that hasn’t been thoroughly explored. Wakanda is a deep, rich world. And I think Roxane is the perfect person to begin the literary excavations.

Marvel.com: Roxane, you’re an associate professor at Purdue University with a specialty in rhetoric and composition, specifically technical writing. At face value, moving into the realm of writing comics might appear to some as a stark departure from the world of academic writing and publishing. Can you share how you came to co-write BLACK PANTHER: WORLD OF WAKANDA with Ta-Nehisi?

Roxane Gay: Well, I actually teach creative writing. I got my PhD in one field and ended up being in another. This is a departure but it is also still storytelling and I love telling interesting stories. Ta-Nehisi emailed me a few months ago and said he had a crazy idea, so I was, of course intrigued. At first, I was really intimidated, but the opportunity to write about black women in a Marvel comic was an opportunity I could not pass up.

Marvel.com: Can you tell us who will be working with you and handling the art for this series?

Editor Wil Moss: Alitha Martinez will be drawing Roxane’s story, and Afua Richardson will be providing the covers. Additionally, there'll be a backup story in #1 that Ta-Nehisi is co-writing with Yona Harvey, and Afua will be drawing that.

Marvel.com: Now, Roxane, is this your first time writing comics or have you published elsewhere in the past?

Roxane Gay: This is my first time writing comics. No pressure!

Marvel.com: So, you both were acquainted with each other prior to being paired up for this series?

Roxane Gay: Absolutely. I am a big fan of Ta-Nehisi’s writing and thinking. We did an event together at AWP [Association of Writers and Writers’ Programs] a few years back and have stayed in touch since.

Ta-Nehisi Coates: Yup. Roxane is an accomplished and incredible writer—both fiction and nonfiction. I heard her read one of the most imaginative and creative pieces of zombie fiction ever. I thought she’d do an awesome job on this.

Marvel.com: Ta-Nehisi, your previous publications are well-documented, but it’s interesting to note some common threads between your work and Roxane’s. In looking at your dissertation, Roxane, you focused on uncovering forms of social injustice that take place within the classroom when people in authority subject students to unfair viewpoints and labels; and instead, you push for opening up a sort of progressive and productive form of discourse. Is this something you see carrying over into your work in comics?

Roxane Gay: Absolutely. The Dora Milaje are evolving when I start the story, and that rises in large part because Ayo and Aneka can no longer abide injustice or a mission to only one man when their skills could help so many others.

Marvel.com: Ta-Nehisi, I understand you submitted your first 12 scripts for BLACK PANTHER to Marvel some time ago, effectively solidifying the creative direction for that series. Have things changed since partnering up with Roxane for this companion series?

Ta-Nehisi Coates: Not really. But I hope it gives Roxane some idea of what’s coming thus allowing her to really dig in.

Roxane Gay: Ta-Nehisi’s scripts have really helped me get familiar with Wakanda and where the Dora Milaje are at, and they are, of course, the foundation for the story I will be writing.




Marvel.com: Ta-Nehisi, even though you wrote those first two arcs for BLACK PANTHER, I know you’ve continued to refer to being early on in your comic writing career. And with this being your first experience writing for Marvel as well, Roxane, I’m curious what the experience has been like for you both. What’s your process like? Are there are people you’re leaning on in particular, or is this very much a case of taking the ball and running with it?

Roxane Gay: The experience, thus far, and I am in the early stages of the process, has been exciting. It’s all so different and new, so I am trying to learn as much as I can and have some fun. I’m taking the ball and running with it but also trying to draw from Ta-Nehisi and Wil, who know so much more about this world.

Marvel.com: Roxane, how has it been for you working on a collaborative publication like BLACK PANTHER: WORLD OF WAKANDA?

Roxane Gay: It’s challenging but in a good way. As a fiction and nonfiction writer, it’s just me and the page but with this, there are so many people involved. It makes me admire the comic form even more, to see what it takes to pull an issue together.

Marvel.com: In the main series, we have what seems to be two primary narrative threads evolving within the first arc: That of T’Challa and his efforts to restore order to Wakanda from a more global perspective as well as that of the Dora Milaje—Ayo and Aneka—whose efforts focus much more on the individual people affect by the civil war. With both of you co-writing this series, will you be splitting writing duties along these lines or some other fashion?

Ta-Nehisi Coates: Yeah, I think Roxane’s book will be more intimate and give us some of the day to day stuff both between Ayo and Aneka in addition to Ayo and Aneka and the women of Wakanda. I’m really pumped to see what she does.

Roxane Gay: As Ta-Nehisi said, my book is going to be pretty intimate. There’s going to be all kinds of action, but I’m also really excited to show Ayo and Aneka’s relationship, build on that love story, and also introduce some other members of the Dora Milaje.

Marvel.com: So, what is it about these two storylines that you love most?

Ta-Nehisi Coates: I don’t know. I like when there’s space within a character for you to reinterpret. Much like how Magneto went from mustache-twirler to Malcolm X, it’s just interesting to take a character and try to explore their inner life.

Roxane Gay: I love being able to focus on women who are fierce enough to fight but still tender enough to love.

Marvel.com: And BLACK PANTHER: WORLD OF WAKANDA will provide you with a place to explore some of these interests?

Ta-Nehisi Coates: I think it will.

Roxane Gay: Yes.

Marvel.com: How do you see BLACK PANTHER: WORLD OF WAKANDA fitting into the reading experience for current fans of BLACK PANTHER? Will the stories intertwine or do you see them operating in a more autonomous fashion?

Ta-Nehisi Coates: It won’t be necessary to read one to understand the other. But hopefully, the writing will be so compelling that people will be carried off into Wakanda and want to get as much of it as possible.



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Re: The Ultimate, New Black Panther, New Black Power???
« Reply #3633 on: July 26, 2016, 07:14:08 pm »

Roxane Gay: Absolutely. The Dora Milaje are evolving when I start the story, and that rises in large part because Ayo and Aneka can no longer abide injustice or a mission to only one man when their skills could help so many others.


God, f*ck off with this rheteric.

Who knew it coukd get worse than doom war?

I hope tchalla just say "screw yall then" and goes back to hells kitchen

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Re: The Ultimate, New Black Panther, New Black Power???
« Reply #3634 on: July 27, 2016, 12:23:46 am »

Roxane Gay: Absolutely. The Dora Milaje are evolving when I start the story, and that rises in large part because Ayo and Aneka can no longer abide injustice or a mission to only one man when their skills could help so many others.


God, f*ck off with this rheteric.

Who knew it coukd get worse than doom war?

I hope tchalla just say "screw yall then" and goes back to hells kitchen

Yea pretty stupid. I hate how Coates is creating Bullsh*t to push this agenda..  so much injustice  on the Bp mythos bit that's not important apparently

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Re: The Ultimate, New Black Panther, New Black Power???
« Reply #3635 on: July 27, 2016, 05:43:20 am »

Roxane Gay: Absolutely. The Dora Milaje are evolving when I start the story, and that rises in large part because Ayo and Aneka can no longer abide injustice or a mission to only one man when their skills could help so many others.



So, that's what "not one man" means; it's not a statement about the monarchy but the idea that the DM serve the Monarchy.

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« Reply #3636 on: August 01, 2016, 03:48:11 pm »
Simply outstanding.









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Re: The Ultimate, New Black Panther, New Black Power???
« Reply #3637 on: August 02, 2016, 10:00:10 am »
DAAAAMN!!!  That is tremendous!  Thanks Brother Ture!

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Re: The Ultimate, New Black Panther, New Black Power???
« Reply #3638 on: August 17, 2016, 11:38:40 pm »
More than welcome Kimoyo. Sorry it took so long to say so.

The Ultimates is a good read, hell, Coates is a good read. They're just not good reads if one wants to read about the Black Panther.  No points are given to the Ultimates just because T'Challa avoided an unnecessary fight. And standing around observing is Priest light. Next issue's cover shows the Black Panther fighting Thanos. This is the issue that will determine if Ewing is serious about writing the Black Panther.  Now remember to be Priest like the dialog must be empowering and referential to Thanos' attack. Next, the Black Panther has to have a great on panel solo victory over Thanos that demonstrates his preparation,  martial skills and strategic acumen. Any thing short of this will relegate Ewing to just another writer that misused the Black Panther. See you next month.
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Re: The Ultimate, New Black Panther, New Black Power???
« Reply #3639 on: August 18, 2016, 06:40:43 am »
Cosigning Ture the Truth Bringer!

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Re: The Ultimate, New Black Panther, New Black Power???
« Reply #3640 on: August 18, 2016, 07:28:18 am »
More than welcome Kimoyo. Sorry it took so long to say so.

The Ultimates is a good read, hell, Coates is a good read. They're just not good reads if one wants to read about the Black Panther.  No points are given to the Ultimates just because T'Challa avoided an unnecessary fight. And standing around observing is Priest light. Next issue's cover shows the Black Panther fighting Thanos. This is the issue that will determine if Ewing is serious about writing the Black Panther.  Now remember to be Priest like the dialog must be empowering and referential to Thanos' attack. Next, the Black Panther has to have a great on panel solo victory over Thanos that demonstrates his preparation,  martial skills and strategic acumen. Any thing short of this will relegate Ewing to just another writer that misused the Black Panther. See you next month.

If im being completely honest, I highly doubt we will see a solo victory from T'Challa over Thanos, If the Ultimates win this fight, it will likely be like in CW II with them winning by the skin of their teeth. Though at this point i could see maybe time for T'Challa rather then monica to come up with some sort of plan to stop Thanos. Because its a team book and it Thanos, Its gonna be a group effort to take him down. BUT i do want T'Challa to be the one with the plan that takes down Thanos and him playing a major part in it.

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Re: The Ultimate, New Black Panther, New Black Power???
« Reply #3641 on: August 18, 2016, 08:55:40 am »
Originally posted by Anonymousmc over on CBR

Quote from: Anonymousmc;2243030
In the heat of this debate, I wanted to repost what I think is an important link/article that shows how Coates operates:


https://electronicintifada.net/content/ta-nehisi-coates-sings-zionism/15776

Check the link, the article shows how Coates is a psuedo-intellectual that panders to the elite. He is too far removed to understand the stories that need to be told of the people. How could we expect him to tell a proper story about the Black Panther. He likens African American reparation to Zionistic state of Israel. He neglects Palestine and it's people and does not acknowlege the failed attempt of a U.S. reparations in the U.S. made African Nation of Liberia.


https://electronicintifada.net/content/ta-nehisi-coates-sings-zionism/15776
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Re: The Ultimate, New Black Panther, New Black Power???
« Reply #3642 on: August 18, 2016, 10:25:04 am »
More than welcome Kimoyo. Sorry it took so long to say so.

The Ultimates is a good read, hell, Coates is a good read. They're just not good reads if one wants to read about the Black Panther.  No points are given to the Ultimates just because T'Challa avoided an unnecessary fight. And standing around observing is Priest light. Next issue's cover shows the Black Panther fighting Thanos. This is the issue that will determine if Ewing is serious about writing the Black Panther.  Now remember to be Priest like the dialog must be empowering and referential to Thanos' attack. Next, the Black Panther has to have a great on panel solo victory over Thanos that demonstrates his preparation,  martial skills and strategic acumen. Any thing short of this will relegate Ewing to just another writer that misused the Black Panther. See you next month.

If im being completely honest, I highly doubt we will see a solo victory from T'Challa over Thanos, If the Ultimates win this fight, it will likely be like in CW II with them winning by the skin of their teeth. Though at this point i could see maybe time for T'Challa rather then monica to come up with some sort of plan to stop Thanos. Because its a team book and it Thanos, Its gonna be a group effort to take him down. BUT i do want T'Challa to be the one with the plan that takes down Thanos and him playing a major part in it.

A solo T'challa victory over Thanos would be asinine

unless its a solo intellectual prep victory. There isn't a power source in the world that would put T'challa on Thanos levels physically outside the IG.

But... a prep victory over Thanos would be insane in its own right. I mean, he did just trick and punk the whole super hero community in this story line.

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« Reply #3643 on: August 18, 2016, 10:33:43 am »
More than welcome Kimoyo. Sorry it took so long to say so.

The Ultimates is a good read, hell, Coates is a good read. They're just not good reads if one wants to read about the Black Panther.  No points are given to the Ultimates just because T'Challa avoided an unnecessary fight. And standing around observing is Priest light. Next issue's cover shows the Black Panther fighting Thanos. This is the issue that will determine if Ewing is serious about writing the Black Panther.  Now remember to be Priest like the dialog must be empowering and referential to Thanos' attack. Next, the Black Panther has to have a great on panel solo victory over Thanos that demonstrates his preparation,  martial skills and strategic acumen. Any thing short of this will relegate Ewing to just another writer that misused the Black Panther. See you next month.

If im being completely honest, I highly doubt we will see a solo victory from T'Challa over Thanos, If the Ultimates win this fight, it will likely be like in CW II with them winning by the skin of their teeth. Though at this point i could see maybe time for T'Challa rather then monica to come up with some sort of plan to stop Thanos. Because its a team book and it Thanos, Its gonna be a group effort to take him down. BUT i do want T'Challa to be the one with the plan that takes down Thanos and him playing a major part in it.

A solo T'challa victory over Thanos would be asinine

unless its a solo intellectual prep victory. There isn't a power source in the world that would put T'challa on Thanos levels physically outside the IG.

But... a prep victory over Thanos would be insane in its own right. I mean, he did just trick and punk the whole super hero community in this story line.

Was it you that linked the Video of Batman outsmarting darkseid? Thats something i would like to See T'Challa do, Force Thanos into a bad position and outsmart him

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« Reply #3644 on: August 18, 2016, 10:45:53 am »
More than welcome Kimoyo. Sorry it took so long to say so.

The Ultimates is a good read, hell, Coates is a good read. They're just not good reads if one wants to read about the Black Panther.  No points are given to the Ultimates just because T'Challa avoided an unnecessary fight. And standing around observing is Priest light. Next issue's cover shows the Black Panther fighting Thanos. This is the issue that will determine if Ewing is serious about writing the Black Panther.  Now remember to be Priest like the dialog must be empowering and referential to Thanos' attack. Next, the Black Panther has to have a great on panel solo victory over Thanos that demonstrates his preparation,  martial skills and strategic acumen. Any thing short of this will relegate Ewing to just another writer that misused the Black Panther. See you next month.

If im being completely honest, I highly doubt we will see a solo victory from T'Challa over Thanos, If the Ultimates win this fight, it will likely be like in CW II with them winning by the skin of their teeth. Though at this point i could see maybe time for T'Challa rather then monica to come up with some sort of plan to stop Thanos. Because its a team book and it Thanos, Its gonna be a group effort to take him down. BUT i do want T'Challa to be the one with the plan that takes down Thanos and him playing a major part in it.

A solo T'challa victory over Thanos would be asinine

unless its a solo intellectual prep victory. There isn't a power source in the world that would put T'challa on Thanos levels physically outside the IG.

But... a prep victory over Thanos would be insane in its own right. I mean, he did just trick and punk the whole super hero community in this story line.

Was it you that linked the Video of Batman outsmarting darkseid? Thats something i would like to See T'Challa do, Force Thanos into a bad position and outsmart him

Yep


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZE5RXhPwlKc


People hate the comparison, but T'challa needs to be the Batman of the Ultimates. He can't match these threats physically, so he needs to do it with his smarts and hes personality/demeanor of a king.