Here’s another short story written by my sister highlighting the African King, T’Challa.
The Black Panther.
“A mantle passed from warrior to warrior,” King T’Challa once said.
King T’Challa, the father of Queen T’Wani.
The new black panther.
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My tributes to Chadwick Boseman are not finished and today, I want to look back at the first time I ever watched the film that would make him an instant icon: Black Panther. Enjoy!
Guess what?! I’ve seen Black Panther and spoiler alert, it’s magnificently, wonderfully, incredibly, awesome! I knew this movie was going to be good but boy, I wasn’t expecting it to be this amazing. From the first scene all the way to the last this movie had me beaming with pure joy and pride as I watched this film. I’m telling you, I’ve never been more proud to be a woman of color. This movie is literally a dream come true. To see so many powerful, smart black women and men was just…in a word, glorious. And that’s not the only reason why this movie was so enjoyable. The story was impeccably told, the visuals were jaw-dropping and captivating, the action, oh my goodness, the action was mindbogglingly epic, the outfits were gorgeously designed, and the characters were magnificent.
Marvel has clearly sent a message to the world with this movie and, I hate to say it, but it made Wonder Woman (another historic superhero movie) look like a joke in comparison. Black Panther was everything I wanted it to be…and more.
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