Marvel's newest movie is out, Black Panther and I just saw it yesterday.
Most people that watch me know that I’m about promoting diversity in comics.
And while diversity has become a dirty word to some people
and there's a tremendous amount of hype around this movie
I'd like to share my thought's about the movie with those who care.
First, the movie is different than the majority of marvel's movies in that
it's not a flashy superhero film like Avengers or Civil war.
My favorite Marvel movie til now has been Captain America: Winter Solider
mostly because it takes a more somber,
real world approach to the subject matter than other superhero films and Black Panther does as well.
The story, while mostly is about a made up African country, is relevant and interesting.
There is a message, but the movie doesn’t beat you over the head with it.
The performances are all very good. Chadwick Boseman did a great job reprising the role of T'Challa.
If you liked him in Civil War you'll like him in this.
But Michael B. Jordan nearly stole the show a the villainous Killmonger.
I've said it a hundred times, 'Your hero is only as good as your villain' and this is a great example.
He's magnetic, he's sympathetic, and you get him. A 'Roy Batty' level villain.
Danai Gurira and Andy Serkis were also both outstanding in their supporting rolls as Okoye and Klaw.
The movie is not perfect.
There are some pacing issues that almost split the movie in half in terms of storytelling.
It doesn’t ruin the movie but I noticed it.
There are also a couple of CGI scenes that look a little rushed.
They’re not terrible... but I noticed them.
All in all Black Panther is one of Marvel's best.
Yes, it's hyped, but it earned a least some of the hype, unlike some others.
And for those who have seen all the other Marvel movies and are suddenly on the fence about this one,
you' need to ask yourself why.
Peace and love, y'all!
So here we are, end of the road at last!
It's been a long road ride, but without further ado
I bring you the conclusion of the M.O.C.C.².
What?! Vector's back and he does not look happy!
He's got the assegai sword, but can even he stand
against the accumulated power of the multiverse?
Alright guys, we did it! For some of us, we did it again!
is complete, except for a brief epilogue to wrap things up.
It's now time to get the pre-press work done for the printer.
Time to reformat your pages as required, note me for the specifics.
Later, and thanks to all the participants and watchers!Story and lines by Colors by
And for those who haven't seen it,
check this out!