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If you didn’t pay attention to these 17 things, you might have missed them in “Black Panther.”

It’s great if you’ve seen Black Panther. If you don’t agree with us, that’s fine, too. This is true, no matter what people say about Black Panther. Ryan Coogler’s film is an interesting point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s not just that the movie is important because it’s the last one Marvel will make before they start destroying their universe with Infinity War and Avengers 4 in 2019. 

It’s great if you’ve seen Black Panther. If you don’t agree with us, that’s fine, too. This is true, no matter what people say about Black Panther. Ryan Coogler’s film is an interesting point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s not just that the movie is important because it’s the last one Marvel will make before they start destroying their universe with Infinity War and Avengers 4 in 2019. 

It’s surprising, then, that Black Panther doesn’t have a lot of connections to the rest of the Marvel Universe. These movies usually have Easter eggs that show off other parts of the shared universe, but Black Panther only has a few. This is because the movie only has a few of them. The movie is still full of interesting things to find if you look hard enough. Let us know what you think in the comments if we missed any that you think deserve to be talked about. These are the best ones we could find. 

17. The significance of Oakland 

While most of Black Panther takes place in the fictional African country of Wakanda, the real city of Oakland, California, plays a big role. The movie’s opening scene takes place there. In the movie, Erik Stevens was born in Oakland. Later, we learn that this is where he was born, but the city’s significance goes far beyond this fact. Ryan Coogler is from Oakland, which is where he made the 2013 film Fruitvale Station with Michael B. Jordan, which was the first time the two worked together. When Marvel Comics character Black Panther came out in 1966, Oakland was already home to a political party called the Black Panther. This party was started just a few weeks after the character made his debut.

Public Enemy: 16. 

When Ryan Coogler is making a movie about the Black Panther, he makes sure that Oakland has a sense of place that connects not only to its history as a hero and a political party, but also to its cultural history. Sterling K. Brown plays N’Jobu in the movie. Before he dies in the opening scene, we don’t learn very much about him. In his apartment, there is a Public Enemy poster. Even though the hip-hop group was born in Long Island, New York, they had a close relationship with the Black Panther Party, and even their backup dancers wore leather jackets and hats linked to the party.

15. The Mask of Killmonger 

He wears a Black Panther suit at the end of the movie, but Erik “Killmonger” Stevens’ first costume is one of the best in the movie. Erik finds a tribal mask in London that has ties to Wakanda and Marvel Comics, but it also has ties to London. It turns out that the mask is based on two different comics. 

The first is Mephisto, because the mask looks a lot like the demon from Christopher Priest’s run on the Black Panther comics. In Black Panther #37, Killmonger fights T’Challa with the mask that looks like the one he used in the fight. 


14. M’Baku’s comics began. 

In a movie with a lot of great characters, Winston Duke’s M’Baku is a little overshadowed, but he does a great job with the typical rival-turned-friend arc. In the movie, the comic book version of M’Baku is even more powerful than the real one, but it also has a lot of problems. Man-Ape: M’Baku is the leader of a rival clan of gorilla-worshiping warriors who dressed up as a gorilla to honor the tribe’s white gorilla god. 

As you can see in the example above, having a black man dressed up as an angry gorilla is a racially charged image that Black Panther thankfully doesn’t use. This is why the movie version of this black exploitation character is very different from the original. This isn’t the only way the movie pays homage to the character’s comic book roots: thick fur on M’Baku’s shoulders and forearms, along with attached armor pieces, make his upper body look bigger. He also wears a gorilla mask for a short time while fighting T’Challa. 

It’s number 13. Shuri’s Vine Joke 

There are a lot of ways Shuri could have been a hermit-like tech nerd in Black Panther. The film also remembers that she’s a teenager, though, and that she’s just as in touch with pop culture as anyone else her age. Early in the movie, Shuri looks down at her brother’s sandals and asks, “What are these?!” in a surprised voice. In a Vine of the same name, the same question and tone was asked. In that Vine, the comment was made about a police officer’s choice of shoes. Vine history is all here.

Kicks off back to the future in number 12. 

In a good way, Shuri’s Black Panther suit designs don’t only have to be functional. She comes up with a better choice of shoes for her brother to wear instead of sandals. As you can see, Shuri is wearing sneakers. They’re made to cut down on the sound of footsteps and fit like a second skin. This kind of tech came from an old American movie, Shuri says, and though the title isn’t stated, it most likely refers to Back to the Future Part II and Marty McFly’s self-lacing Nikes. 

11. Trevor Noah came on stage. 

This came to light more than three months after Black Panther came out. Trevor Noah, who hosts the Daily Show and is known for his satirical take on the news, appears in the movie as Shuri’s AI Griot, which helps Everett Ross pilot a virtual fighter plane during the final battle. The word “griot” is a West African term for a storyteller. 

Noah, who is from South Africa, says that being able to play a part in Black Panther is a personal victory for him because many of the movie’s characters speak Xhosa, which is one of his home country’s main languages. 

In February, he said, “It was extra special for me because the people in the movie speak Xhosa.” I said, “I don’t need your subtitles! I don’t need your subtitles!” None of this is for me. I don’t need your subtitles. This is just for me right now. This is not for anyone else. Nobody else hears! This makes me think of my mom. 

During a later interview with Chadwick Boseman, Noah said that his friends in South Africa loved Black Panther because it was “real.” “People loved it back home,” he said.

10. The colors of the flag of the African Union are 10. 

T’Challa, Nakia, and Okoye, the three heroes in Black Panther’s South Korea scenes, aren’t just fun to watch because they’re so dynamic and interesting to watch together. It’s one of the things that makes these scenes stand out. All three characters dress up when they go to a casino in the hope of getting Ulysses Klaue (Andy Serkis). Is there something that you didn’t notice? The trio’s color scheme has a hidden meaning. 

They also stand out in their green and red dresses, which is ironic, since they’re trying to blend in with the crowd. When you line up all three characters, their colors match up with the three horizontal lines that make up the Pan-African Flag: red, black, and green. 

9: “Another White Boy” To Fix It 

T’Challa and Martin Freeman’s Everett Ross meet up again in the middle of Black Panther. Ross is trying to capture Ulysses Klaue. Killmonger manages to get Klaue out of prison, and Ross takes a bullet for Nakia in the process. The heroes have to take Ross to Wakanda to save his spine. Shuri will have to do most of the work to get Ross back on his feet, and she says so when she says that he’s “another white boy” for her to fix. 

In Captain America: Civil War, she left James “Bucky” Barnes (Sebastian Stan) in her care at the end of the movie. Black Panther’s post-credits scene shows that Bucky is on the mend and ready to fight in Infinity War, so that’s what we know. You can read about how Shuri “reboots” Bucky in a whole comic book.

8. The “All My Children” connection: 

What does a daytime soap opera have to do with a superhero movie that everyone wants to see? Well, both of Black Panther’s main men were hired to work on All My Children, but the connection is even weirder than that. As it turns out, both Chadwick Boseman and Michael B. Jordan played Reggie Montgomery on the show, which was called “Reggie Montgomery” (albeit at different times). One has to wonder if the two of them exchanged notes and talked about their soap opera days on the set of Black Panther. They even had a real moment of animosity to play off of in their on-screen rivalry, but we’re not saying they did that. Jordan’s name is more closely linked to the character than Boseman’s is. 

7: The Human Torch-Captain America “Feud” 

As Erik “Killmonger” Stevens, Michael B. Jordan is the second actor to play Johnny Storm in a Fantastic Four movie and then move on to play a superhero in the Marvel movies (Chris Evans being the first, of course). “Coincidence”: At first glance, there doesn’t seem to be much to this, but it turns out there is. When two young actors who played the same character show up in a different movie universe as different characters, it’s not surprising. The MCU is now so big and diverse that it’s not surprising. 

That doesn’t mean they’re the same person. Jordan and Evans have one thing in common, though: They both have fought Black Panther on screen. Evans’ Steve Rogers fights the African king in Captain America: Civil War to protect his best friend, Bucky. He is now called Killmonger when he fights T’Challa as T’Challa. If the Fantastic Four ever show up in the MCU, things are going to get even more weird.

6. The Black Leopard is on the sixth. 

When Killmonger defeats T’Challa and takes the throne of Wakanda, he gets the power of the Black Panther and a suit of his own when he does it. The villain chooses to wear the gold armor T’Challa gives away earlier in the movie, which makes it easier to tell them apart visually. But a small detail that most people probably didn’t notice is that the golden armor has spots all over it. When you look at this visual detail, it refers to two different parts of Black Panther history. There are two reasons for this. The first is that the character’s name was changed to Black Leopard in the early 1970s, which was done to separate the character from the politics of the Black Panther Party. As a bonus, the spots could also be a nod to Killmonger’s sidekick Preyy the leopard, even though he doesn’t appear in the movie at all. 

Marvel Studios 5. Panther vs. Rhino is on. 

We see W’Kabi (Daniel Kaluuya), who plays W’Kabi, unleash his combat rhinos on T’Challa’s forces at the end of the movie. This fight between Black Panther and one of the rhinos is very cool. While some people might have been turned off by this over-the-top scene, it’s one that comes straight from the pages of Black Panther’s first comic run. “Panther’s Rage” is the very first story arc for the character. In it, T’Challa fights Erik Killmonger and a rhino at one point, as well. This was a clear source of inspiration for the action in the movie. The Black Panther’s grip on the rhino, which is shown below, looks almost like it did on screen.

In this part, we’re going to talk about Everett Ross and Captain Marvel. 

The CIA man played by Martin Freeman in Black Panther has a lot more to do in the movie than he did in Captain America: Civil War. He even gets to play the hero in the third act because of his skills as an ace pilot. Ross isn’t just a silly character in the movie because Shuri’s reading of Ross’ file makes it clear that he’s a lot more capable than he looks like. 

It’s interesting that Ross used to be a pilot before he joined the CIA, but it was made up for the movie. Because Carol Danvers is going to be shown to us as a young pilot in the new Captain Marvel movie, is it possible that Ross has met the Marvel hero before? We’ll have to wait and see… 


Three. There’s a chance that Dr. Strange and Dr. Strange might 

For all that Killmonger is, the movie kind of skims over his plan to arm Wakanda’s spies around the world. But there is a fun Easter egg in Killmonger’s plot. It has to do with the cells that accept his orders first. As it was said, the forces in New York, London, and Hong Kong are ready to attack. This would be a seemingly insignificant fact if not for the fact that those cities are also home to Earth’s three Sanctum Sanctorums from Doctor Strange. 

There were three places where mystical energy kept the Earth safe in that movie. If Killmonger’s plan had worked, the Earth would have been doomed in more ways than one. We don’t know for sure if this was a deliberate nod by Ryan Coogler to Scott Derrickson’s film or just a coincidence, but we think it’s more likely that it was the former.

Moonlight Cameo: 

Ryan Coogler has said that Barry Jenkins did a great job on his Oscar-winning movie Moonlight. He also said that Jenkins was a supportive voice for him when he was making Black Panther, which won an Oscar. It’s like Coogler pays back in a way with the last scene of Black Panther in Oakland, California. She shows them a plane that came from Wakanda to the kids in their neighborhood. Then, a little boy who isn’t very old gets the movie’s last line. In Moonlight, actor Alex R. Hibbert played one of the three main roles. This boy is none other than him. 

First, the White Wolf 

On the surface, Black Panther’s last post-credits scene isn’t as good as it could have been. The trailer for Avengers: Infinity War shows Bucky Barnes alive and well in Wakanda even though he was put into a deep freeze at the end of Captain America: Civil War. This is because Bucky is shown in the trailers. Even though Black Panther is the last Marvel movie before Infinity War comes out in 2016, there isn’t a lot the film can do to set up the arrival of Thanos. 

One interesting thing about the scene, though, may point to something bigger to come. There are kids in Wakanda who call Bucky the “White Wolf,” which is the name for a person who is stuck in Wakanda. However, it also shows that the person who was raised to become T’Challa’s most trusted soldier, as the White Wolf becomes the head of the Wakandan secret police. This means that Bucky will be an important ally for Black Panther and Wakanda in Infinity War.


Main Marvel Characters Who Use Magic as Their Main Power Source

In the Marvel Universe, there are a number of characters who utilize magic as their primary power source. From sorcerers and witches to gods and demons, these characters possess an array of magical abilities that make them some of the most powerful and fascinating beings in the Marvel Universe. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at some of the main Marvel characters who use magic as their main power source.

Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange

Doctor Stephen Strange, also known as the Sorcerer Supreme, is perhaps the most well-known and powerful magic user in the Marvel Universe. After suffering a severe injury to his hands that ended his career as a surgeon, Strange traveled to the Himalayas to seek out the Ancient One, a powerful sorcerer who taught him the ways of magic. Strange possesses a wide range of magical abilities, including the ability to cast spells, create magical shields, manipulate time and space, and even travel to other dimensions.

Wanda Maximoff (Scarlet Witch)


Wanda Maximoff, also known as the Scarlet Witch, is a mutant with the ability to manipulate reality and cast spells. Her powers stem from a combination of her mutant abilities and her connection to the mystical energies of the universe. Scarlet Witch’s powers include reality warping, energy projection, and the ability to manipulate probability. She is also able to cast spells that can alter the physical world around her.



Loki, the God of Mischief, is a powerful magic user with a long and complicated history in the Marvel Universe. As a member of the Asgardian race, Loki possesses an array of magical abilities, including shape-shifting, illusion casting, and the ability to manipulate energy. He is also a master of manipulation and trickery, often using his wit and charm to get what he wants.

Brother Voodoo

Brother Voodoo

Jericho Drumm, also known as Brother Voodoo, is a Haitian houngan (voodoo priest) who possesses an array of mystical powers. He is able to communicate with spirits and calls upon the powers of the Loa (spirits of Haitian Voodoo) to cast spells and perform feats of magic. Brother Voodoo is also a skilled fighter, often using his martial arts skills in conjunction with his magic to defeat his enemies.



Dormammu is a powerful interdimensional entity that rules over the Dark Dimension. He possesses vast magical powers, including the ability to manipulate reality and create illusions. Dormammu is also able to possess other beings and control them, and he has a vast army of demons at his disposal. He is a formidable foe to any hero who dares to cross his path.



Illyana Rasputin, also known as Magik, is a mutant with the ability to teleport through time and space. She is also a sorceress with the ability to cast spells and manipulate magical energies. Magik’s powers stem from her connection to the mystical realm of Limbo, which she rules over as its sorceress supreme. She is also skilled in combat, often using her sword and martial arts skills to defeat her enemies.

Baron Mordo

Karl Mordo

Karl Mordo, also known as Baron Mordo, is a powerful sorcerer and long-time enemy of Doctor Strange. Like Strange, Mordo was trained by the Ancient One in the ways of magic, but he chose to use his powers for evil. Mordo possesses a wide range of magical abilities, including the ability to manipulate energy and create illusions. He is also skilled in hand-to-hand combat and is a formidable adversary.



Hela’s black power magic is derived from her connection to the realm of Hel, the Norse underworld. It grants her immense power, allowing her to control the dead, summon spirits, and manipulate reality itself. Her powers are fueled by death and destruction, making her one of the most dangerous villains in the Marvel Universe.

In conclusion, Marvel comics and the MCU are filled with characters who use magic as their primary power source. From Doctor Strange, Wanda Maximoff, and Loki to lesser-known characters like Brother Voodoo and Magik, these characters bring a unique and fascinating element to the Marvel Universe. Magic allows for a variety of storytelling possibilities, from alternate dimensions to time travel to even bringing characters back from the dead. The use of magic also adds a sense of mystery and wonder to the Marvel Universe, with its own set of rules and limitations. As the MCU continues to expand and evolve, we can expect to see even more magical characters and stories in the future.

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10 Hilarious Marvel Characters

If you’re a fan of Marvel comics, then you know that the universe is not just about superheroes and their epic battles against villains. It’s also about the humor that is woven into the storylines, characters, and dialogue. From wisecracking heroes to eccentric villains, Marvel has given us some incredibly hilarious characters over the years. In this article, we’ve compiled a list of 10 of the funniest Marvel characters that will have you laughing out loud. These characters may not be the most powerful or the most popular, but they will definitely leave a lasting impression with their humor and comedic timing. So, if you’re ready for some comic relief, read on to discover the funniest characters in the Marvel Universe.

Marvel Comics has given us some of the most iconic superheroes and villains of all time, but it has also introduced us to some incredibly hilarious characters. From wisecracking heroes to eccentric villains, Marvel has a knack for bringing the funny. Here are 10 hilarious Marvel characters that will make you laugh out loud.


Deadpool, also known as Wade Wilson, is undoubtedly one of the funniest characters in the Marvel Universe. He’s a mercenary with a twisted sense of humor, and he never takes anything too seriously. His wit and sarcasm make him an incredibly entertaining character to read, and his fourth-wall-breaking abilities only add to his comedic value.


Spider-Man, aka Peter Parker, is known for his quick quips and one-liners. He’s a classic wise-cracking superhero who uses humor to disarm his enemies and lighten the mood. His relatable personality and funny comebacks make him a fan favorite and a staple of Marvel comics.

Rocket Raccoon

Rocket Raccoon may be small, but his personality is anything but. This foul-mouthed, gun-toting raccoon is always ready with a snarky comment and a clever insult. His sarcasm and wit make him one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy.



Groot, Rocket Raccoon’s sidekick, is a tree-like alien who only knows how to say “I am Groot.” Despite his limited vocabulary, Groot manages to be one of the funniest characters in the Marvel Universe. His innocent charm and child-like personality make him endearing, and his comedic timing is spot on.



Ant-Man, aka Scott Lang, is a superhero who can shrink down to the size of an ant. His ability to change his size is the source of many hilarious moments, as he uses it to sneak around undetected and pull off elaborate heists. His goofball personality and humorous antics make him one of Marvel’s most lovable heroes.



Loki, the god of mischief, is known for his mischievous personality and his ability to cause chaos wherever he goes. His cunning wit and manipulative ways make him a fascinating character, but it’s his sense of humor that makes him truly unforgettable. Loki’s dry wit and sarcastic comments always bring a smile to readers’ faces.

Howard the Duck


Howard the Duck is a sarcastic, cigar-smoking anthropomorphic duck who was transported to Earth from his home planet. His dry wit and cynical outlook on life make him one of Marvel’s most unique and entertaining characters. Despite being a duck, Howard manages to be relatable and hilarious.

Squirrel Girl


Squirrel Girl, aka Doreen Green, is a superhero with the ability to communicate with squirrels. Her cheerful personality and quirky sense of humor make her one of the most endearing and funniest characters in the Marvel Universe. She’s known for taking down some of the most powerful villains in the Marvel Universe, often with the help of her squirrel sidekick, Tippy-Toe.



She-Hulk, aka Jennifer Walters, is a lawyer and superhero who gains incredible strength and durability after receiving a blood transfusion from her cousin, Bruce Banner (aka the Hulk). She-Hulk is known for breaking the fourth wall and addressing readers directly, which adds to her comedic value. Her sassy personality and irreverent humor make her one of Marvel’s most entertaining heroes.



MODOK, aka Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing, is a villain with a giant head and a tiny body. He’s one of the funniest Marvel villains, thanks to his ridiculous appearance and his propensity to monologue. MODOK’s delusions of grandeur and over-the-top villainy make him an absurd and hilarious character. His appearance alone is enough to make readers laugh, but his outlandish schemes and bizarre personality cement his status as one of Marvel’s funniest villains.

In conclusion, Marvel Comics has no shortage of hilarious characters. From the wisecracking heroes to the eccentric villains, these characters add a lighthearted touch to the often intense and action-packed world of superhero comics. Whether it’s Deadpool’s twisted humor or Groot’s innocent charm, these characters are sure to make you laugh out loud. So the next time you’re looking for a good laugh, pick up a Marvel comic and enjoy the comedic genius of these unforgettable characters.

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Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3: Where, Who, Why, and How

In the world of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy subfranchise, Gamora, played by Zoe Saldaña, was presumed dead after being thrown off a cliff on the planet Vormir in Avengers: Infinity War. However, in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, she is back, albeit as an alternate version of herself. The rules of time travel in Avengers: Endgame created an alternate universe where an alternate version of Gamora still exists. This alternate version of Gamora, along with her sister Nebula, was kidnapped by Alternate Thanos and his loyal assassin daughters, and they followed the Avengers back to the main MCU timeline. Main Timeline Nebula killed her alternate self and convinced Alternate Gamora to fight for the good guys. Although Alternate Gamora is alive and well in the main timeline, she declines to join the Guardians as she has never met them or fallen in love with Star-Lord.


Gamora, played by Zoe Saldaña, is a pivotal character in the Guardians of the Galaxy subfranchise, but she was thought to be dead after the events of Avengers: Infinity War. So, how is Gamora alive in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3? Let’s take a look at where she is, who she is, why she is alive, and how she is back.

Who is Gamora in the MCU?

Gamora, the deadliest woman in the galaxy, was introduced in Guardians of the Galaxy in 2014. She was adopted by Thanos after he conquered her planet and killed 50% of its population. Gamora defected from Thanos’ forces and teamed up with the Guardians to keep the Kree general Ronan the Accuser from obtaining the Power Stone. She also encouraged her sister Nebula to defect from Thanos as well.

Where is Gamora in the main MCU timeline?

Technically, Gamora is dead. Thanos abducted her and threw her off a cliff on the planet Vormir, as the sacrifice required to obtain the Soul Stone during the events of Avengers: Infinity War.

Gamora | Marvel Studios’ Legends

Why is Gamora alive again?

Zoe Saldaña is under contract to play Gamora, and her character is an essential part of the Guardians of the Galaxy subfranchise. But in-universe, the rules of time travel in Avengers: Endgame created an alternate universe where an alternate version of Gamora still exists.

How is Gamora alive in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3?

During the time heist in Endgame, Nebula and War Machine traveled back in time to intercept the Power Stone before the Guardians, Kree, or Thanos obtained it. However, they created an alternate universe where an alternate version of Thanos became aware that there was a timeline in which he gathered all the Infinity Stones and snapped half of the universe dead, which caused the Avengers to time-travel to collect the Infinity Stones. After kidnapping the main timeline Nebula, Alternate Thanos and his loyal assassin daughters, Alternate Gamora and Nebula, followed them back to the main MCU timeline. Main Timeline Nebula killed her alternate self and convinced Alternate Gamora to fight for the good guys. After Iron Man sacrificed himself to snap away all of “Thanos’ forces,” Alternate Gamora remained in the main MCU timeline but declined to join up with the Guardians, having never met them or fallen in love with Star-Lord.

In conclusion, while we don’t know what that means for Alternate Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, we know she is in it.

It will be interesting to see how Alternate Gamora’s storyline unfolds in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. Given her unique perspective and experiences, there are endless possibilities for where her character arc could go. Perhaps she will struggle to adapt to the new timeline, or maybe she will become a pivotal player in the battle against the villainous Adam Warlock.

Whatever the case may be, fans are eagerly anticipating the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and the opportunity to see how Alternate Gamora fits into the wider Marvel Cinematic Universe. With the film set to be directed by James Gunn and featuring a star-studded cast, it is sure to be a thrilling and emotional ride for both longtime fans and newcomers to the franchise.

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