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« Reply #30 on: March 16, 2018, 10:50:25 am »
Might be better with just Okoyo.

They tried a mini with Shuri going around partnering up with the big names. How did that do? Not rhetorical, I didn't track sales back then. lol


This is what they should be going for.





That should have been the relaunched BP #1 with those characters.

But they are too stupid to realize simple business practice.

Those are the characters that made a billion.  So the 'logical' conclusion is to make a mini about the characters that face planted out the gate.  Fukkin idiots


THIS This should of been the cover, the focus, everything. Revamp the entire mythos with the mcu versions.

Put in there that Tchalla would take Shuri into his lab (now hers) and show her all the stuff he did and that's what got her into being such a Tech guru when he became the BP and had less time to tinker with her.

Let's get some kilmonger revamp, M'Baku looking more badass and playing a foil to Tchalla. Have Queen Nakia Nyong'o show up. General Okoye..

But random Doras people showed they give Zero sh*ts about when the first spin off crashed and burned works too



It's like theyre allergic to making money.  Or are too scared of swj backlash to tell these dumbass anti-bp bllack creators "No" to their dumbass ideas.

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Is it Moses, is it Huey Newton or Detroit Red?
Is it Martin Luther, JFK, shooter you assassin
Is it Jackie, is it Jesse, oh I know, it’s King T'Challa, oh!

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« Reply #31 on: March 16, 2018, 11:08:16 am »
Funny thing is Coogler did all that great stuff for Tchalla while still making the point that the women in Wakanda see just as important as the men.. yet the comics these creators jump onto that whole division trash again. "Under the shadow of the throne"... This is the Black Panther Mythos. Without him there is no spin off. They want to get to z from without going through the alphabet

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« Reply #32 on: March 16, 2018, 05:44:50 pm »
Funny thing is Coogler did all that great stuff for Tchalla while still making the point that the women in Wakanda see just as important as the men.. yet the comics these creators jump onto that whole division trash again. "Under the shadow of the throne"... This is the Black Panther Mythos. Without him there is no spin off. They want to get to z from without going through the alphabet

"Under the shadow of the throne" = code for "we can stand on our own_Roxanne Gay" LMAO.
I'm glad I wasn't the only one who caught that sh*t.

Once again using BP's mainstream popularity to push sh*t guaranteed to fail
How many leaders you said you needed then left ‘em for dead?
Is it Moses, is it Huey Newton or Detroit Red?
Is it Martin Luther, JFK, shooter you assassin
Is it Jackie, is it Jesse, oh I know, it’s King T'Challa, oh!

When ish hit the fan, is you still a fan?

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« Reply #33 on: March 16, 2018, 06:07:40 pm »
Funny thing is Coogler did all that great stuff for Tchalla while still making the point that the women in Wakanda see just as important as the men.. yet the comics these creators jump onto that whole division trash again. "Under the shadow of the throne"... This is the Black Panther Mythos. Without him there is no spin off. They want to get to z from without going through the alphabet

"Under the shadow of the throne" = code for "we can stand on our own_Roxanne Gay" LMAO.
I'm glad I wasn't the only one who caught that sh*t.

Once again using BP's mainstream popularity to push sh*t guaranteed to fail

f*cking stupid

Tchalla and the tbrone arent a shadow... they are the damn spotlight on some z listers

Without tchalla and the throne, these characters dont exist for bast sake

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« Reply #34 on: March 16, 2018, 06:25:58 pm »
‘Black Panther’ an $84 million economic impact blockbuster for Georgia

https://www.myajc.com/business/black-panther-million-economic-impact-blockbuster-for-georgia/q3o2dBmIagYXkFc4m73rSM/

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After months of critical accolades, headlines over record-setting early ticket sales, and talk that this is the Marvel movie to beat, the world is waiting to see just how much cash “Black Panther” will pull in this weekend when it hits movie screens.

But for the Atlanta and Georgia businesses that took part in the production of the film, it’s already a blockbuster for the Peach State.

The filmmakers spent $83.9 million in production of the Atlanta-filmed movie, plunking down millions for caterers, prop makers, sound and visual equipment, hotel rooms and lumber for sets. The movie also had a cast and crew of more than 3,100 people.

“It’s not just about the Georgians who work on the movies,” said Craig Miller, chairman of the Georgia Film, Music and Digital Entertainment Advisory Commission. “The benefits of a film like “Black Panther” help everyone, from operators of the hotel rooms that are rented to the caterers to the people who provide the coolers to cool down a set and the warmers to warm it up.”

 The numbers tell the story, industry leaders said. The “Black Panther” filmmakers spent $10.8 million on rental equipment and grips, $9.4 million on lumber, hardware and supplies, $5.6 million lodging and $2 million on transportation, just to name a few revenue benefits.

From its humble beginnings in 2008 when the state first created tax incentives to lure Hollywood to the “capital of the South,” Georgia’s film industry hit a record $2.7 billion in revenue in fiscal 2017 from 320 feature films and television productions, according to the Georgia Department of Economic Developments. That compares to the about $93 million in film revenue the state earned a decade ago.

Among the films and TV projects that put Atlanta one the map over the past decade are marquee titles such as “Hunger Games,” “Spider-man Homecoming,” “Thor: Ragnarok” and Clint Eastwood’s latest “The 15:17 to Paris.” On the small screen, the offerings include “Walking Dead,” the updated “Dynasty” series, “Quad” and the aptly named “Atlanta.”

ut “Black Panther” could hold a special place in Atlanta’s film history. It joins a small but growing list of films featuring a primarily black cast — and black director in Ryan Coogler — that are being honored for a less stereotypical portrayal of blacks while also faring well at the box office. Think “Selma” or “Hidden Figures” as examples.

“A film like “Black Panther” gives great inspiration to everyone who is aspiring to be in the industry but also gives you pride as an African American if you’re not in the industry,” said Kathleen Bertrand, founder of Atlanta’s BronzeLens Film Festival, which focuses on bringing attention to Atlanta as a center for film and film production for people of color.

That has particular resonance because Ava DuVernay, the director of “Selma,” got her start at the BronzeLens festival and recently became for the first woman of color to make a film with a $100 million-plus budget with this spring’s “A Wrinkle in Time.”

“When I’ve got young directors bringing their films to BronzeLens, we want the next Ryan Coogler to bring his film or her film or the next Ava DuVernay to bring her film to give it a platform to be seen,” Bertrand said.

Others said the film cements what already is apparent: Atlanta is the film capital of the South.

Marcus “MJ” Jackson, the founder and owner of Sovereign Board and Production, which protects floors and edifices of houses, buildings and facilities during filming, said there are so many films or TV shows in production that he often finds himself on several different sets a week.

“Most people don’t realize that at least 100-plus people can be in a house or a building when a production comes in,” said Jackson, who was working on a film and television project Wednesday at the Woodruff Arts Center. “We help to make sure we don’t ruin the property.”

LaRonda Sutton, owner of Film City, a consultancy for cities interested in attracting movies, said Atlanta, which in the early days of the city’s career in the movies, was used as prop. It was background for “Any City, U.S.A.”

But today, because of the strength of Georgia’s film industry, it’s a character in films such as “Baby Driver,” “Mother’s Day,” and the “Ride Along” franchise.

“I think Atlanta is no longer trying to get there as a film destination,” said Sutton, who used to run Atlanta’s Office of Film and Entertainment. “We are there.”

Thanks T'Challa  :)



Interesting..... ( I live in Atlanta)
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« Reply #35 on: March 16, 2018, 10:10:29 pm »
Funny thing is Coogler did all that great stuff for Tchalla while still making the point that the women in Wakanda see just as important as the men.. yet the comics these creators jump onto that whole division trash again. "Under the shadow of the throne"... This is the Black Panther Mythos. Without him there is no spin off. They want to get to z from without going through the alphabet

"Under the shadow of the throne" = code for "we can stand on our own_Roxanne Gay" LMAO.
I'm glad I wasn't the only one who caught that sh*t.

Once again using BP's mainstream popularity to push sh*t guaranteed to fail

f*cking stupid

Tchalla and the tbrone arent a shadow... they are the damn spotlight on some z listers

Without tchalla and the throne, these characters dont exist for bast sake

Marvel exec: Let's do a MA spin off Coates BP issue had 300k presale this will be easy money!
*BP WoW fails*
*Years later*
Marvel exec: let's do a Dora/ma spinnoff except add in Okoye.. and Spiderman! BP did 1 billy WW it will be a hit this time...


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Re: T'Challa's Wakandan Outreach Program Appreciation Thread
« Reply #38 on: March 19, 2018, 05:06:56 pm »
Might be better with just Okoyo.

They tried a mini with Shuri going around partnering up with the big names. How did that do? Not rhetorical, I didn't track sales back then. lol


This is what they should be going for.





That should have been the relaunched BP #1 with those characters.

But they are too stupid to realize simple business practice.

Those are the characters that made a billion.  So the 'logical' conclusion is to make a mini about the characters that face planted out the gate.  Fukkin idiots


THIS This should of been the cover, the focus, everything. Revamp the entire mythos with the mcu versions.

Put in there that Tchalla would take Shuri into his lab (now hers) and show her all the stuff he did and that's what got her into being such a Tech guru when he became the BP and had less time to tinker with her.

Let's get some kilmonger revamp, M'Baku looking more badass and playing a foil to Tchalla. Have Queen Nakia Nyong'o show up. General Okoye..

But random Doras people showed they give Zero sh*ts about when the first spin off crashed and burned works too



It's like theyre allergic to making money.  Or are too scared of swj backlash to tell these dumbass anti-bp bllack creators "No" to their dumbass ideas.



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You know what I think, brethren?

I think that THEY KNOW THEY WOULD MAKE STUPID MONEY IN PILES IF THEY GAVE BP LOVE. And the reason they don't?

...is because Afrikans will see the $ the Afrikan NOT MARVEL BP makes. Said BP? Will create a market for Afrikan characters. And you know what we will do with that? Same thing we did with hiphop. Outmode and outdate corporate control. We will take the whole thing over and not only be the talent and creators but the owners and controllers.

By constantly green-lighting the blatant bushels of bull butt droppings that are the stories of TNC et al, Marvel simultaneously gets credit as being a "willing to gamble on POC company" while undercutting the terrifying possibility of T'Challa achieving the notoriety and acclaim as being the "cooler than Batman [ and every other White supercape ]" character that he really is. And T'Challa's shine? Will reawaken the semi-dormant "ultimate cool standard" applied to uniquely Afrikan American...as opposed to "coopted Afrikan-American cum American pop-hiphop/international pop"...culture. In other words? We will get international acclaim for that which is uniquely and has always been uniquely ours. We will be restored to our pinnacle position of creators,controllers, purveyors and the ultimate infinite incarnators of All That Is Cool.

And that? Will unleash us online in unfettered moneymaking waves. Including Afrikan crytptocurrency or its equivalent. Freeing Afrika instantly in ways far superior to the way that Gadhaffi tried with his idea of the golden dinar.

 What do you call Black Wall Street...with security forces, its own distinct culture, etc...when it's gone global?

WAKANDA IN REAL LIFE.

Neither Marvel nor DC nor any other nonAfrikan powerhouse will allow a single property to remove them from their monopolistic control of and stranglehold on comics worldwide. And that's whassup for real.


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Re: T'Challa's Wakandan Outreach Program Appreciation Thread
« Reply #39 on: March 19, 2018, 05:53:35 pm »
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« Reply #40 on: March 24, 2018, 04:25:28 pm »
http://community.comicbookresources.com/showthread.php?109199-Justice-League-Odyssey-By-Joshua-Williamson-and-Stjepan-Sejic

Damn DC going for Marvel's juggler and pressing down on neck.. JA, Methany, & one Avengers team with 6 white folks anit gonna cut it..
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« Reply #41 on: March 24, 2018, 04:49:44 pm »
http://community.comicbookresources.com/showthread.php?109199-Justice-League-Odyssey-By-Joshua-Williamson-and-Stjepan-Sejic

Damn DC going for Marvel's juggler and pressing down on neck.. JA, Methany, & one Avengers team with 6 white folks anit gonna cut it..


Yeah... They need to get Hudlin on and let him do his Black Avengers book he wanted to do years ago

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« Reply #42 on: March 24, 2018, 04:59:12 pm »
Darkseid looks like Apocalypse from AoA movie lol
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« Reply #43 on: March 24, 2018, 05:18:31 pm »
My god, is Cyborg actually wearing clothes? Is DC finally gonna do right by him for once? I'll be cautiously optimistic for this.

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« Reply #44 on: March 24, 2018, 07:45:06 pm »
Quote from: Frontier;3549323
Voice cast and plot description for the Lego special:

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Lego special:
he LEGO special comes after the massive success of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther, which just passed The Avengers to become the highest-grossing comic book ever stateside, and will feature various characters from the blockbuster film. Returning to voice T’Challa is James Mathis III (Marvel’s Avengers Assemble), joining him are Keston John (Bosch) as Killmonger, Daisy Lightfoot (Horizon: Zero Dawn) as Shuri, Yvette Nicole Brown (Community) as Okoye, Trevor Devall (Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy) as Klaue, Mick Wingert (Kung Fu Panda) as Iron Man, Travis Willingham (Sonic Boom) as Thor, Roger Craig Smith (Marvel’s Avengers Assemble) as Captain America, Laura Bailey (Marvel’s Spider-Man) as Black Widow, Fred Tatasciore (Family Guy) as Hulk, Liam O’Brien (Critical Role) as Doctor Strange, and Issac C. Singleton Jr. (Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy) as Thanos.

The special is set to premiere on Disney XD this summer and will see the King of Wakanda endure some hardships on the throne. According to the synopsis, following Thanos’ arrival from outer space and his threat to destroy Earth, the Black Panther is forced to leap into action and try to bring him own alongside Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. However, it isn’t just Thanos they’re forced to take on; rogue villains Killmonger and Klaue will team up with the Mad Titan to bring the fight to Wakanda, and Black Panther and the Avengers will need to defeat them before Wakanda is destroyed.


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