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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - BP's "Black" Creatives *ARTIST * Ken Lashley
« Reply #3180 on: March 22, 2020, 06:59:09 pm »
Ken Lashley made us believe that the Black Panther and Storm were not only Marvels premium power couple but that they would be together forever.















Not to mention what he did for Shuri.





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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - BP's "Black" Creatives *ARTIST * Ken Lashley
« Reply #3181 on: May 08, 2020, 12:34:48 pm »
2008 Ken Lashley















2018 Ken Lashley







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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - BP's "Black" Creatives *ARTIST * Ken Lashley
« Reply #3182 on: July 01, 2020, 09:25:28 pm »
Brian Stelfreeze

STORYTELLER          ILLUSTRATOR

When it was announced that the Black Panther was going to have a new ongoing written by Ta-Nehisi Coates and illustrated by Brian Stelfreeze many enthusiasts thought we were going to get something really impactful... and we did. Commenting on just the artwork we witnessed an artist who was fully committed to not only adding something new to the Black Panther but to do such culturally.















He re-imagined the the very gods and goddesses of Wakanda as if divinely inspired by the deities themselves.





He gave the Black Panther and family some swag.





Stelfreeze even gave the Black Panther a new power.









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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - BP's "Black" Creatives *ARTIST * Brian Stelfreeze
« Reply #3183 on: July 03, 2020, 12:01:56 pm »
Brian Stelfreeze...   nice with his!  8)

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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - BP's "Black" Creatives *ARTIST * Brian Stelfreeze
« Reply #3184 on: July 14, 2020, 09:17:46 pm »
Stelfreeze clearly distinguished the Black Panther intro/recap page. It was consistent through several BP titles most appropriately Rise of the Black Panther by Evan Narcisse.







Stelfreeze brought a vibrancy that truly enhanced the narrative.













Stelfreeze did an incredible job of presenting a unique Afrakan aesthetic to Black Panther one so strong it carried over and translated well in the feature solo. It would be interesting to see Stelfreeze's work under a different BP writer. I sometimes wondered if Stelfreeze was turned off by Coates writing of Black Panther and Wakanda?

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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - BP's "Black" Creatives *ARTIST * Brian Stelfreeze
« Reply #3185 on: August 12, 2020, 10:03:40 am »
Afua Richardson



Afua Richardson did covers for five issues of Marvel's World of Wakanda and art for a short story backup in the first issue. She was one of a small group of African American women artists who were employed by the "big two" comic publishers at the time she entered the industry. World of Wakanda debuted November 9, 2016 (with a cover date of January 2017). The series was canceled after six issues due to poor sales.
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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - BP's "Black" Creatives *ARTIST * Afua Richardson
« Reply #3186 on: August 19, 2020, 02:27:56 pm »


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So...

First there was this news story.

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https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/william-jackson-harper-to-narrate-black-panther-audio-drama-exclusive

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And then there was this code for you to use when it's time to input codes.

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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - Black Panther Sins of the King - Box Set
« Reply #3187 on: August 19, 2020, 02:40:33 pm »
William Jackson Harper to Narrate 'Black Panther: Sins of the King' (Exclusive)
AUGUST 19, 2020 6:00AM by Aaron Couch



The 'Good Place' alum is lending his voice to Serial Box's new Marvel project.
William Jackson Harper is headed to Wakanda. The Emmy-nominated actor will narrate the audiobook series Marvel’s Black Panther: Sins of the King, which is due out in January from Serial Box.

Sins of the King sees T'Challa's rule threatened by his father's unintended resurrection. The story, described as an adventure thriller, follows Black Panther as he faces the mistakes of the past, as well as dark forces seeking revenge on Wakanda. Characters who appear in the miniseries include favorites from the 2018 Black Panther film such as Okoye and Shuri, as well as Marvel mainstays Misty Knight and War Machine. There are also new characters, including a villain who can resurrect the dead.

"I've long been a fan of sci-fi, but there's always been a dearth of Black characters in those worlds, especially when brought to the screen," Harper said in a statement. "I remember seeing Black Panther in the theater and just being giddy about how many kids like me will have this be one of their first and formative sci-fi experiences, and how open they will be to seeing all kinds of people inhabiting these worlds as they grow older, which is why I am thrilled to be a part of this project."

Sins of the King's writing team is led by Ira Madison III and also includes Tananarive Due, Steven Barnes, Geoffrey Thorne and Mohale Mashigo.

"Sci-fi and fantasy have long explored the relationship between sons and fathers, but I thought an all-Black writing team would be uniquely equipped to tell a powerful story about Black sons and fathers, one that normally goes untold in the world of superhero stories,” said Madison in a statement. “It's such an honor to bring T'Challa to life in a new story for fans of Black Panther, including myself, who never imagined while reading Avengers and Fantastic Four comics as a kid I'd get to come up with stories for the Black Panther himself."

Harper is best known for his role as ethics professor Chidi Anagonye on NBC's The Good Place, for which he is nominated for an supporting comedy actor Emmy this year.  He also appeared in 2019's Midsommar, and has Barry Jenkins’ The Underground Railroad series due out on Amazon next year.

Marvel's Black Panther: Sins of the King is Serial Box’s fourth Marvel project, following series focusing on Black Widow, Jessica Jones and Thor.


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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - LONG LIVE THE KING - RIP Chadwick Boseman
« Reply #3188 on: August 28, 2020, 10:17:03 pm »


REST IN POWER!

“He was a gentle soul and a brilliant artist, who will stay with us for eternity through his iconic performances over his short yet illustrious career. God bless Chadwick Boseman.” — Denzel Washington, via a statement.

“Chadwick.....no words to express my devastation of losing you. Your talent, your spirit, your heart, your authenticity........It was an honor working beside you, getting to know you....Rest well prince...May flights of angels sing thee to thy heavenly rest. I love you!” — Viola Davis, via Instagram.

“What a man, and what an immense talent. Brother, you were one of the all time greats and your greatness was only beginning. Lord love ya. Rest in power, King.” — Mark Ruffalo, Boseman’s co-star in “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame," via Twitter.

“This is a crushing blow." — director and actor Jordan Peele on Twitter.

“I don’t have words. Rest In Peace, Bruh. Thank you for all you did while you were here. Thank you for being a friend. You are loved. You will be missed.” — Boseman’s “Black Panther” co-star Sterling K. Brown.

“Our hearts are broken and our thoughts are with Chadwick Boseman’s family. Your legacy will live on forever.” — Marvel Studios, via Instagram.

“Heartbroken. My friend and fellow Bison Chadwick Boseman was brilliant, kind, learned, and humble. He left too early but his life made a difference.” — Kamala Harris, on Twitter. Harris and Boseman were both graduates of Howard University, and his final tweet celebrated her selection as Joe Biden’s running mate.

“The true power of @ChadwickBoseman was bigger than anything we saw on screen. From the Black Panther to Jackie Robinson, he inspired generations and showed them they can be anything they want — even super heroes.” — Joe Biden, via Twitter.

“We are devastated by the tragic loss of Chadwick Boseman. His transcendent performance in ’42′ will stand the test of time and serve as a powerful vehicle to tell Jackie’s story to audiences for generations to come.” — Major League Baseball, via Twitter.

“This broke me.” — Actor and writer Issa Rae on Twitter.

“A warrior of light til the very end. A true king. I am without words. May he rise in power.” — Actor Kerry Washington, on Twitter.

“I met you at the premier of 42 in Pittsburgh in 2013. Even though you were in the spotlight and all eyes were on you, I remember you saying, ‘I’m that one that’s starstruck by all of these athletes here.’ That’s the man you were. Humble. You will be missed.” — Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Andrew McCutchen, a former National League Most Valuable Player when he played for Pittsburgh, on Twitter.

“Just when you thought 2020 couldn’t get any worse... A deeply gifted man is gone too soon. His memory will blaze on fiercely... from here to eternity.” — Mark Hamill, on Twitter.

“Hard to hear about this. Rest in love, brother. Thank you for shining your light and sharing your talent with the world. My love and strength to your family.” — Dwayne Johnson, via Twitter.

"In power. Eternally in power." — “Moonlight” director Barry Jenkins, via Twitter.

“We love you, Chadwick. Your legacy will never die.” — Lena Waithe, on Twitter.

“An immeasurable loss. From “Black Panther” to “Da 5 Bloods,” Chadwick Boseman brought strength and light to the screen, every time.” — The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, via Twitter.

“i will miss you, birthday brother. you were always light and love to me. my god.” Don Cheadle, via Twitter.

“So stunned. Honored to have worked with @chadwickboseman early on. Truly an amazing man. God bless his wife and family in this difficult time. Rest In Peace, brother.” — Terry Crews, via Twitter.

“We’ve lost a great one. My heart is truly broken.” — Octavia Spencer on Instagram.
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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - LONG LIVE THE KING - RIP Chadwick Boseman
« Reply #3189 on: August 29, 2020, 12:43:28 am »
I really can't process this right now

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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - LONG LIVE THE KING - RIP Chadwick Boseman
« Reply #3190 on: August 29, 2020, 03:13:51 am »
Me neither.  He was younger than I am.  It is simply not right.

But it is reality, and we can only honor him and move on.

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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - LONG LIVE THE KING - RIP Chadwick Boseman
« Reply #3191 on: August 29, 2020, 04:19:33 am »
I think the thing that gets me the most, is the fact the he truly TRULY represented and radiated what a true hero looks like. Always humble, always kind, never arrogant or using his fame for selfish gains, but as an inspiration to the world. Despite surgies and such during the last 4 year's you wouldn't of even known it.. he was a true super hero and he IS the King

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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - LONG LIVE THE KING - RIP Chadwick Boseman
« Reply #3192 on: August 29, 2020, 04:29:02 am »
I just woke up to see this and I'm like....no words really. This has been a terrible year. Like DigiCom Boseman was younger than me, so it's just such a shame. His career was too short but I am glad he got to play icons like Jackie Robinson, James Brown, and Thurgood Marshall, and he was also in some of the biggest movies of all time, and he made Black Panther a worldwide, A-List character, inspiring millions. Mr. Boseman's time here was short, but he made the most of it.

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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - LONG LIVE THE KING - RIP Chadwick Boseman
« Reply #3193 on: August 29, 2020, 11:49:03 am »
Wakanda forever: Black Panther fans don’t want anyone but Chadwick Boseman as their king

https://ew.com/movies/chadwick-boseman-black-panther-legacy/

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Re: BLACK PANTHER MEDIA - LONG LIVE THE KING - RIP Chadwick Boseman
« Reply #3194 on: August 29, 2020, 12:35:16 pm »
While I understand why they are saying that, I don't think Chadwick would want Cooglers idea and the character T'Challa to not be fully exposed to the next generation, especially with how well people resonated with T'Challa and his world. Of course there will never be anyone who can replace Tchadwick, but T'Challa and Wakanda should be enjoyed for generations to come just like Batman, Superman, Spiderman etc. But again this is Waaaaaay to early to be talking about this