13 Interesting Facts Of 'Black Panther' Which You Need To Know Before Watching The Film.
Even though T’Challa is the most known Black Panther, he is not the only one to mantle the flame in his lifetime. The movie displays that he inherits this title from his father but the comics show that he won this title from his uncle. And once T’Challa fell ill, the title fell upon Shuri, his younger sister.
T'Challa has met his future self.
T’Challa has met his future being while he was on a mission to bring back the King Solomon’s frog who could communicate with time and space.
Thor once rescued him from God.
Lion God once held Black Panther as captive and went to New York to fight Avengers. It was Thor who strokes the Lion God with a lightning bolt and freed Black Panther.
Black Panther joined the Fantastic Four.
T’Challa and his wife Storm joined the Fantastic Four.
T'Challa battled The Clan.
His first appearance was in the Marvel Comics ‘Jungle Action’ but his second story in which he had a fight with Ku Klux Klan got him the fame and acceptance.
His father raised him.
After his mother died, his father had to raise him up and got married to Ramonda. His father taught him to lead the country.
T'Challa also known as Luke Charles.
T’Challa when not being the ruler of Africa has an alias named Luke Charles which he used when he was young.
He disbands Wakanda's secret police.
When T’Challa behave the king of Wakanda, he got rid of the secret police HatutZeraze, along with his brother who was part of this gang. This secret group used to carry out the assassinations over the world.
Vibranium makes him rich.
8. T’Challa is even more prosperous than Tony Stark because of the abundant amount of Vibranium that occurs naturally in Wakanda.
He carried out his studies in USA and England under his alias Luke Charles and has earned PhD in psychology, engineering, political science and economics. He even got PhD from Oxford in Physics.
Master Of Tracking
Apart from the skills he developed and the knowledge and gifts he earned, he has some real Panther skills which make him great at tracking and he prefers night than the day.
The Time Magazine
Chadwick Boseman, the one who played Black Panther is now featured as the cover guy of the Time Magazine.
The Debut Movie
His first entry was in the Fantastic Four before gaining his solo comic book.
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