Sunday, May 25, 2003

Black Panther | Comics

A role that was formerly held by his father King T'Chaka of the African nation of Wakanda, T'Challa is the current bearer of the title Black Panther. When King T'Chaka was attending the Bilderberg Conference, he was assassinated afterwards by an international hired mercenary named Ulysses Klaw. T'Challa goes for the Wakandan rite of passage in his teens and met a girl named Ororo Munroe.

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Black Panther | Comics

He returned to Wakanda after completing his studies from abroad to fulfill his duties as a prince. Upon besting the then current Black Panther, T'Challa becomes the new leader of the Panther Clan with blessings from the Panther God. In his early years as the King of Wakanda, he befriended the Fantastic Four and also fought the race of Inhumans on Panther Island.

Black Panther fought Baron Zemo alongside Captain America, who invites him to join The Avengers. As he stayed with them, he fought many of its enemies and even witnessed the ‘Birth of Ultron’. T'Challa returns to Wakanda to defend the kingdom from Man-Ape. The Latverian tyrant Doctor Doom would have a brief skirmish with him over the Vibranium of Wakanda.

His childhood sweetheart Ororo was now a member of the X-Men and this two married before embarking a diplomatic world tour during the superhero Civil War. After He and Storm joined Fantastic Four to replace Reed and Susan Richards for a while, they faced Galactus and his herald Silver Surfer before World War Hulk. T'Challa successfully defends Wakanda from Skrull Invasion and joins The Illuminati.

For more information on Black Panther comics series, you can check out the links below.

Black Panther (Comics) Wikipedia

Black Panther (Comics) Marvel Wikia

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Joining The Illuminati

Here is your links to buy "Black Panther" comics from Marvel Comics on Amazon.

Astonishing X-Men – Storm (Softcover)

Astonishing X-Men – Storm (Hardcover)

Marvel Masterworks – Fantastic Four Vol 06

Captain America/Black Panther – Flags of Our Fathers

Captain America Omnibus Vol 01

Essential Avengers Vol 03

Essential Avengers Vol 04

Essential Avengers Vol 05

Essential Avengers Vol 06

Marvel Visionaries – Jim Steranko

Marvel Masterworks – The Black Panther Vol 01

Black Panther By Jack Kirby Vol 01

Black Panther By Jack Kirby Vol 02

Black Panther by Christopher Priest Vol 01

Black Panther – The Client

Black Panther – Enemy of The State

Marvel Knights 2099

Black Panther by Christopher Priest Vol 02

Black Panther Vol 01 – Who Is The Black Panther

Houseof M (Softcover)

Houseof M (Hardcover)

House of M – World of M

Marvel Super Hero Team-Up

X-Men/Black Panther – Wild Kingdom

Black Panther – Bad Mutha

Black Panther – The Bride

Civil War (Softcover)

Civil War (Hardcover)

Black Panther – Civil War

Avengers – Earth's Mightiest Heroes II

Black Panther – Four The Hard Way

The New Fantastic Four

Black Panther – Little Green Men

Secret Invasion – Who Do You Trust?

Secret Invasion (Softcover)

Secret Invasion (Hardcover)

Black Panther – Back To Africa

Secret Invasion – Black Panther

Black Panther – The Deadliest of The Species (Softcover)

Black Panther – The Deadliest of The Species (Hardcover)

Black Panther – Power

Doomwar (Softcover)

Doomwar (Hardcover)

Age of Heroes

Daredevil – Shadowland (Softcover)

Daredevil – Shadowland (Hardcover)

Avengers and The Infinity Gauntlet

Klaws of The Panther

Black Panther – The Man Without Fear Vol 01

Just like many other popular superheroes of Marvel Comics, the idea of the character Black Panther was conceived by Stan Lee (Amazing Spider-Man, Doctor Strange) and Jack Kirby (Eternals, Thor). In 1966, Black Panther first appeared on the pages of Fantastic Four. Later it received its own monthly ongoing series in 1977 and till date the character has appeared in many comic book series, limited series and storylines as well as major crossover events like Avengers Vs X-Men, Infinity, Time Runs Out and Secret Wars.

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Rulers of Wakanda

The character also appears on live action movie in 2016 by debuting on Captain America – Civil War and the role was played by actor Chadwick Boseman, who will reprise the role on a  solo Black Panther movie of his own in 2018.
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