Black Panther Synopsis

The Black Panther has gained a lot more respect that it deserves from the movie hype by pop culture. You should be interested in this comic icon for its uniqueness and powers. BTW; T’Challa is the Blank Panther.

T’Challa is a brilliant tactician, strategist, scientist, tracker and a master of all forms of unarmed combat whose unique hybrid fighting style incorporates acrobatics and aspects of animal mimicry. T’Challa, being a royal descendent of a warrior race, is also a master of armed combat, able to use a variety of weapons but prefers unarmed combat. He is a master planner who always thinks several steps ahead of his enemies as well as his friends and will go to extreme measures to achieve his goals and protect the kingdom of Wakanda.

T’Challa’s senses and physical attributes have been enhanced to superhuman levels by the heart-shaped herb. Recently he received an upgrade from Bast the Panther God and is now known as the King of the Dead, essentially making him the king of all the deceased monarchs that ruled before him and also giving him a whole new range of powers (which are to be slowly revealed over time). Bast now considers T’Challa to be her personal champion and HER Black Panther.

T’Challa’s Vibranium-weave uniform absorbs the kinetic force of impacts, rendering him bulletproof. His costume’s gloves can generate energy daggers and house anti-metal claws that dissolve other metals on contact. His Kimoyo Card enables global communication, picks up satellite signals, and can block most radio transmissions. His boot soles are thick Vibranium alloy pads which can vibrate at various frequencies, allowing him to run up the sides of buildings, land soundlessly and without injury from a height of 50 feet, walk on water, or slice through metal. His costume is fitted with cloaking technology, allowing it to pass as normal street clothes. He also has access to the many specialized weapons and vehicles of Wakanda. The extent of technology T’Challa has access to is believed to be limitless.

Black Panther Concepts:

  • Wakanda
  • Vibranium
  • King of the Dead powers
  • Nowhere Room
  • Shadow Physics
  • Caves of Bast
  • Technojungle
  • Kimoyo Card
  • Dora Milaje
  • Bast
  • Heart-shaped herb
  • Midnight Angels
  • Hatut Zeraze
  • Energy daggers
  • Necropolis
  • Wakandan Space Program
  • N’Yami-class battlecruiser
  • Skybikes
  • Wakandan flying cars
  • Black Panther’s stretch limo
  • Force Push
  • Vibranium microweave

Damn that was very detailed…thank you for making me like Black Panther :slight_smile:

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this seems counteractive as a thesis

The Black Panther wasn’t shined on by readers until the movie hit. It deserved that level of respect before!

this arguably applies to every single comic book character adapted into a movie, but this is a good post about Black Panther.

I’d also mention that it T’Challa predated the influx of black superheroes in Marvel canon, and was the first African character.

Noted additions include Shuri, his sister who was Black Panther for a while, and Kasper Cole, a US police officer.

Current Black Panther series is being written by Ta-Nehisi Coates, since 2016, and its pretty good. Originally created by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee, Black Panther is also known as one of the least altered over time superhero, and many of his stories like Black Panther vs the Klan are considered absolute classics and top tier storytelling.

Art is done by Brian Stelfreeze and its pretty amazing and highly recommended

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Honestly the black panther comics and old movies were good, but the 2017 movie of it. Was really bad. Because they got some nigerian people talking english who can’t spell correctly, and the movie is just dark, i watched it for free no watermarks, or lag at all and at HD. But i didn’t like it.

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