In 2011, Marvel, in co-production with BET, produced a six episode animated/motion comic hybrid series starring the Black Panther. Now, that entire series is streaming on Marvel’s YouTube channel.
Billy Graham wasn’t just the first black artist at Marvel. He was the only black artist at Marvel in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. And he just happened to have worked on both Luke Cage, Hero for Hire and on Don McGregor’s seminal run on Jungle Action featuring Black Panther. The New York Times has a great write-up…
You know what NOBODY is talking about? Black Panther! It fixes most of the problems that have arisen with Marvel movies. JustWrite Just Did a video analyzing it going a bit indepth about what makes it so good and how it fixes a bunch of Marvel Movie tropes. I’m also pasting a youtube comment that is worth the read.
It had to happen! There’s a quiz to gauge which Black Panther character fits your demenour. In fact there’s two, so you can get a second opinion.
Christopher Priest is returning to write Black Panther...for one story only. In Black Panther Annual #1, famous Black Panther writers Don McGregor, Christopher Priest, and Reginald Hudlin return to write three new stories about T’Challa, Wakanda, and...Everett K. Ross.
So I’ve already gone through what I thought were the best returning comics of 2016. Now it’s time for the best comics that started in 2016. Yes, this does mean that some of these comics only have two or three issues out, but if so, it just means those two or three issues are really goddamn good.
Another commentary on a superhero costume, this time inspired by this story about an early concept model for the cinematic Black Panther:
So last week I talked about some of my dream casting for phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, skipping Civil War and Doctor Strange- which seem to be fully cast- and running through Guardians of the Galaxy vol 2, Spider-Man and Thor Ragnarok.
Good morning O-Deck. This is my first FOTD since I was given posting rights. First off I want to thank those who supported giving me posting privileges. I am thankful that you trust me to not be a dipshit with posting and pleased you appreciate my content. So while I wasn’t planning a FOTD today due to being in…
Avengers: Age of Ultron is here! How many secret comic book connections did they slip in and what future movie hints were dropped? Let’s assemble the facts, shall we? THERE BE SPOILERS HERE!
At Fan Expo Canada Stan Lee responded to a question about a Black Widow movie: