Just as Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is coming out in November, Marvel Comics is increasing the presence of Black Panther and Wakanda in the comic books with a new movie called Black Panther: Unconquered. ‘s new single, intended as a starting point for new Black Panther readers.
Black Panther: Unconquered by Bryan Edward Hill, artwork by Alberto Foche, cover by Ken Lashley, pictured. The one-off focus on “new threats deeply rooted in Wakanda’s history” forced T’Challa to find “new secrets about Wakanda’s ancient history and unlock a new connection to Bast, the panther god”.
One-time additions to writer John Ridley and artist Germaine Peralta’s current Black Panther ongoing title, as well as the upcoming five-issue Wakanda limited series that recruits a variety of creators to tell the fictional Hidden country’s inhabitant stories and history.
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“Black Panther and Wakanda mean a lot to people. It’s an honor to contribute my imagination to this character’s legacy,” Hill said in Marvel’s announcement. “Hopefully it will connect with longtime fans of the character, while also bringing new readers into his world.”
Black Panther: Unconquered comes just in time for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the Black Panther movie sequel that brings Namor and Atlantis to the MCU as they clash with the Wakanda nation over the death of T’Challa.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’s mobile trailer debuted at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2022, rekindling interest in the character — something Marvel Comics has used to add Black Panther titles, including Black Panther: Unconquered.
Black Panther: Unconquered #1 will release on November 9th.
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