Jamaal Thomas takes another look at Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther and ponders four things. “Most of the Marvel films I’ve seen are entertaining but predictable – the identities of the heroes and villains are clear and the crowd leaves happy after the hero has vanquished their foes. In […]
At We Are Your Voice, Clarkisha Kent writes, “Nakia is the MVP of Black Panther–If Anyone is Revolutionary, it is Her.” “Still, that said, there is one more thing I have managed to not waver on, even as I have watched the film like 2345678186527 times: That Nakia—Not Erik […]
At Black Girl Nerds, Kai Charles looks at some of the villains of Black Panther. Part One covers Ulysses Klaw and Erik Killmonger.
At The Atlantic, Ta-Nehisi Coates writes about his current run on Black Panther, the prominence of female characters, feminism and the role of criticism. “The feminist critique is in the air now. If my rendition of Black Panther wasn’t created by that critique, it breathed the same air. […]
The Art of Darian is doing some very interesting Black Panther art, from magazine covers featuring T’Challa (aka, Black Panther) to Wakandan currency to portraying T’Challa addressing the UN on C-Span. (via @profmdwhite)
The trailer for White Scripts And Black Supermen: Black Masculinities In Comic Books, a documentary directed by Jonathan Gayles. And there are some extended interviews at the documentary’s YouTube Channel.