Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Subj: Re: How I would write Black Panther
Posted: Tue Nov 20, 2007 at 11:43:47 pm EST
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Posted: Mon Nov 19, 2007 at 12:24:07 am EST

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Thanks D.

I just feel BP is so underused. Here is Batman/Tony/Namor and little of Cap all wrapped in one and unlike all of them, he has a HOT, Badass woman on his side, yet...nada. Widely underused during Civil War, unprepared during WWH (Knowing the existence of the illuminati, No way T'challa didn't keep a tap on them...c'mon, it goes against the Character)

I really feel that the potential for Him to be a central figure in Marv U is limitless, especially in light of the recent events. For some reason, It seems that Hudlin throws out some interesting plots, and never exploits them; what happened to the parasite? what's going on with the resistance he received from his council? where does go his discovering of Bombs planted in the embassy? and Storm, how does the event of Messiah complex affects her, therefore BP?

So many good ideas that can could be used instead of having a space road trip with unstable frogs. I really don't know where Hudlin is going, but if He succeeds in bringing back the story to those elements (That he introduced to begin with), then Kudos, otherwise, BP is heading to uncertain future, because the rest of Marvel is dealing with serious issues...not Zombies.

First of all, I would completely erase Hudlin's Black Panther universe. I would dissolve everything Hudlin did with Black Panther. I might just have it that Ross heard some crazy story from somebody about Black Panther. This story encompasses the whole Hudlin run.
Ross of course, gets upset and punches this somebody for ruining Black Panther's name and then he tells the real story.

It starts off where Priest left off. T'Challa is back in Wakanda preparing for war and trying to reconsolidate power as several factions are preparing to split off from Wakanda. Erik Killmonger is back to his old tricks and is getting ready to take over Wakanda but through political manipulations not yet war. Meanwhile T'Challa is preparing to challenge Killmonger to a duel in order to fully reclaim the title of chieftain and to quell insurrection. This time around T'Challa will beat Killmonger.

While this is going on Everett K. Ross has been promoted to a new position and is going to meet the President of the US. When he meets the President he tells Ross that he needs Ross' help to get the vibranium from Wakanda. The vibranium is instrumental in the creation and deployment of new weapons with which to defend the US. The US military which is streched to the breaking point needs the vibranium to complete new weapons without which the US will lose several conflicts around the world. He also tells Ross that they have acquired someone to help them. He reveals this to be the Reverend Achebe.

At the same time the White Wolf who knows a little bit about what is going on is preparing a plan with which to destroy the infrastructure of the US.

The White Tiger has been training at the Wakandan Embassy for some time now, trying to figure out what to do with his life and attempting to lead a normal life when he receives a package that reveals that his father is Kibuka.

Lastly, Monica Lynne has become a famous jazz singer with her albums selling like crazy however she misses Wakanda and T'Challa.

From there on the Black Panther becomes an epic story unlike any other. Bring back Priest and company!

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