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I'm just glad that the Hickman/Coates version of T'Challa didn't make it onto the big screen via Captain America:Civil War. Salutrade

Let's hope not. The one thing I do find absent in the previews, write ups and spoilers is reference to the Black Panther's great intellect. Come Friday we will all know.



For my tastes this iteration of the Black Panther in the pages of his own comic book would have been better served by overwriting or ignoring the incredulous circumstances credited to T'Challa by disingenuous writers. As all eyes are now on the Black Panther and Wakanda thus there is no better time to introduce them at their best. You only get one time to make a good first impression.

A premiere that weaves its tale through a tour of Wakanda; flash back:, the Nigandan boarder region where the Black Panther is single handedly defeating a small battalion of well armed and equipped Nigandan soldiers, end of flash back; we get to visit the Crystal City in the frozen forest region where Queen Divine Justice rules with consort Vibraxis and  M'Baku being her grand vizier and mentor. We witness her ongoing debate with the White Guerrilla on regressive technology and her discomfort with such as they prepare to attend the parliament meeting.

Next we go to N'Jadaka city where political discussion are being held in favor of N'Jadaka city being named the capitol of the Wakandas. Arguments are heard in favor of Killmonger leading the Wakandas since they were not even remotely damaged by either Namor's flood nor Thanos' attack. Killmonger himself is seen leaving to attend parliament. Flash back: T'Challa is seen tracking the spirit of the woman who instigated the boarder dispute.end of flash back.

Finally the we enter Golden City home of the worlds greatest merger of spiritual science and technological advancement. Ruling as King of all the Wakandas is T'Challa the Black Panther,sitting center in the grand parliament; his regent and sister Shuri aka Wild Cat, the CEO of WDG; Queen mother Ramonda; T'challa's two Dora Mila, Okoye and Aneka; the Midnight Angels commander in chieftess Ayo; Hunter  the White Panther, chieftain of the Hatut Zeraze and his protege' Casper Cole the Ghost Panther; the 18 tribal counsel ministers representing the three dozen indigenous Wakandan tribes and the male and female ancestral Black Panthers are all seated around him.

T'Challa's representative presents evidence on how the western powers exaggerated the damage and casualties caused by Namor's inundation and that Thanos has been located by the collaborative efforts of the WDG and the Ultimates. He further espouses how T'Challa himself will lead the team to capture Thanos and serve him Wakandan justice. The rep goes on to explain how T'Challa designed and had constructed the cloaked Wakandan vessel T'Chaka's A.R.C which saved the entire Wakandan populace during the collapse of the multiverse.

Shuri explains how she was never accepted by Bast and only held office of Queen regent and not chieftess of the Panther clan. Aneka states that the female army is called the Midnight Angels and only the two queen wives to be are the Dora Milaje. Aneka then offers up her resignation to the Dora Milaje and asks to serve as a Midnight Angel.

Killmonger makes his bid for Black Panther especially since he never legitimately lost the title. He calls for a democratic system to be installed and demands a vote take place. T'Chaka apologizes and states that even as an ancestor his son's foresight far exceeds his own. He welcomes T'Challa as King of the Dead. The other Panther ancestors declare T'Challa the greatest Black Panther of them all. Final order of business is that Wakanda's deep space satellites are tracking a Skrull armada heading to earth.

Final flash back: T'Challa is in his subterranean techno jungle talking to Ororo. He says "all is in ready." She says "I hope so. We have sacrificed so much for so long, perhaps too much." He replies "None the less we shall do what we have to." They embrace then kiss. end of flash back.

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I'm just glad that the Hickman/Coates version of T'Challa didn't make it onto the big screen via Captain America:Civil War. Salutrade

Let's hope not. The one thing I do find absent in the previews, write ups and spoilers is reference to the Black Panther's great intellect. Come Friday we will all know.


In a show with so many characters and so much going on, I wouldn't take it as a negative if we don't see his great intellect.  This is just a taste; it's in his own movie where that and all his abilities should shine.  (I'm not saying we won't, just saying, we might not get to see all of BP's abilities in this movie.)

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Welcome back Honored Brother Supreme! It has been while and great to hear success in your Ventures. I look forward to great discussions in the future.


So this is also why i am on a wait and see what happens Courtesy of the CBR forums:

Quote from: Kasper Cole;1984248
[Video]https://vimeo.com/165181590[/Video]

Why does this video seem so much more positive than all the interviews I've been reading? He's saying some of the same things, but it doesn't have the "burn it all down" tone that the interviews have had.

It's also the first time I've heard him say anything about T'Challa having a plan. Everything before now has been about how The Dora Milaje are going to save Wakanda.


Quote from: Realdealholy;1984294
That vid appears to be part of a video series to ease in new readers, apparently.

http://www.fastcocreate.com/3059502/marvel-kicks-off-video-series-to-ease-in-new-readers-starting-with-black-panther?utm_content=buffer4d806&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

More vids to come, I guess.


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Marvel Kicks Off Video Series To Ease In New Readers, Starting With Black Panther

With superstar writer Ta-Nehisi Coates behind the comic, and a movie on the way, now’s the time to learn about the man known as T’Challa.



Marvel grabbed some international headlines when it announced that its relaunched Black Panther title, following the "All-New, All-Different" reboot of its line, would be helmed by National Book Award winner and superstar Atlantic columnist Ta-Nehisi Coates. And the first issue, which was released last month, earned that attention—the debut was a confident, assured story of the inner workings of the nation of Wakanda and its superheroic leader, T’Challa.

But if all of that sounds a little confusing—where the eff is Wakanda, and how does anybody pronounce "T’Challa"?—Marvel’s got you: To accompany each issue of the title, they’re launching a video series in which Coates explains the world of Black Panther. The first episode—which launches today—gives a basic primer: The background on the fictional African nation of Wakanda, and how its ruler doubles as a super-scientist and a superhero.

Future installments can go further in-depth, creating a "previously on" effect that helps serve as a way in for fans intrigued by Coates’s participation—or by Chadwick Boseman’s interpretation of the character in Captain America; Civil War and the Panther’s own forthcoming solo film.




It’s an interesting prospect for comics. Stan Lee famously said that "every comic book is somebody’s first" as a reminder that these things need to be accessible, and anything that makes ongoing titles with a whole lot of history easier for new readers to pick up and get immediately is a good idea. Using some light animation, a hip hop score, and an overview from Coates himself is a clever way to market the book to people who might just be waiting for an extra push to find out what the future holds for Black Panther.

http://www.fastcocreate.com/3059502/marvel-kicks-off-video-series-to-ease-in-new-readers-starting-with-black-panther?utm_content=buffer4d806&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer


Marvel's marketing strategy and promotion for the Black Panther is off da chain.
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Welcome back Brother S.I.!  Ture, superb revisioning of events!  Love the idea of Kasper as "Ghost Panther!"  Exciting news about video series for marketing, all on the eve of "Civil War!" Exciting indeed!

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Welcome back Brother S.I.!  Ture, superb revisioning of events!  Love the idea of Kasper as "Ghost Panther!"  Exciting news about video series for marketing, all on the eve of "Civil War!" Exciting indeed!

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Thanks Kimoyo. I know HEF is gonna have some good talks come this weekend after some of us have seen CA:CW. I see Ezyo has beat me to it, however here is a link to Marvel's promo for new readers. https://vimeo.com/165181590

Also much respect to Ezyo and Sal for the way they conducted themselves over at CBR.
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Awesome!  And BPAW May 2 - 6.  Love it!

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It’s an interesting prospect for comics. Stan Lee famously said that "every comic book is somebody’s first" as a reminder that these things need to be accessible, and anything that makes ongoing titles with a whole lot of history easier for new readers to pick up and get immediately is a good idea. Using some light animation, a hip hop score, and an overview from Coates himself is a clever way to market the book to people who might just be waiting for an extra push to find out what the future holds for Black Panther.


On one level, yeah, but on another level--you really shouldn't have to do homework to understand a comic.

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It’s an interesting prospect for comics. Stan Lee famously said that "every comic book is somebody’s first" as a reminder that these things need to be accessible, and anything that makes ongoing titles with a whole lot of history easier for new readers to pick up and get immediately is a good idea. Using some light animation, a hip hop score, and an overview from Coates himself is a clever way to market the book to people who might just be waiting for an extra push to find out what the future holds for Black Panther.


On one level, yeah, but on another level--you really shouldn't have to do homework to understand a comic.

In normal cases thats true, However, since Marvel is  shared universe and a character can appearing in several different stories at once, it kinda helps if you can get a guide to show what the character has done and what not, for instance, there are some feats and scans showing them that BP has that i have never seen before and don't even know where to look to find them. Having something like that to point you in the right direction would be welcoming.