What if the founders of Association of Black Comic Publishers (ANIA) owned
Black Panther and his villains, allies and supporting cast back in 1993?
What would happen if the ANIA founders changed T'Challla (BP)'s background/origin
to be more Afrocentric.
What would happen if some of The Black Panther characters had their origins change
to fit in with the continunity of the ANIA 'verse?
Would black comic fans be overjoyed with this sort of thing happening?
Would it draw new and old black comic readers, especially the BP fans,
to The Black Panther series if it was created under the ANIA imprint back then
or would it face the same declining sales with the rest of the ANIA comic books?
So then, what's your take on this if that sort of twist happened back in '93?