T’Challa made his cinematic debut in Captain America: Civil War and managed to steal scenes, despite competition from the spectacle of the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man finally coming home.
It was a strong first appearance, and in a time where diversity and representation matters to people more than ever, the Black Panther solo movie feels genuinely culturally important.
Black Panther debuted in 1966 in Fantastic Four #52, becoming the first superhero of African descent to appear in mainstream comic books. This was a watershed moment and opened the door for heroes like The ...
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