A Six-Year Poster Evolution: Okoye

Ever since I watched Black Panther for the first time I have been an Okoye fan. From the moment she threw off her wig to her speaking Wakandan in front of confused American agent, Everett Ross I have loved her character SO much. And she has one of the most beautiful outfits of any of the heroines with her Wakandan armor, jewelry, and clothes. And not only is she a powerful warrior but she’s a general as well, making her even more awesome.

She, thankfully, was one of the few heroes who were not a victim to The Snap, meaning we will get to see more with her in Endgame and I am excited. But before that, we have to to take a look at her posters. Enjoy!

Black Panther

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With her bowed and her stance representing that of a warrior, General Okoye oozes strength on this poster. In a way, this poster highlights the conflict in her nation by her solemn stance but there is also resolve to her as well. She knows that she will fight for her country and her king to the very end, no matter who may sit upon it, but she will face a choice. Fight with blind loyalty to a tyrannic king (Erik Killmonger) or fight for what she believes in, the wellbeing of her country, Wakanda. She would choose the latter.

And by the way, I love her armor so much. The shoulder pads, the bracers, the golden necklace, everything about Okoye’s outfit is amazing.

Avengers: Infinity War

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With another powerful stance of a warrior, Okoye stands prepared for the imminent battle ahead.

Avengers: Endgame

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General Okoye’s expression on this poster seems neither angry or sad. She just looks like she’s ready for whatever comes her way next.

I love Okoye so much and I hope her role in Avengers: Endgame is as fun to watch as it was in Infinity War. The character I will be featuring tomorrow will be Spider-Man. That should be very fun indeed.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a magnificent day.

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