Black Panther Wakanda Forever: a Mark Kermode movie review.

Mark Kermode sits down to watch the superhero movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, based on the Marvel Comics superhero Black Panther. It is the follow-up to Black Panther (2018) and the 30th movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, made by Marvel Studios and released by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.

Following the death of King T’Challa, the Wakandan authorities strive to preserve their country in the movie. Other nations have pressed Wakanda to surrender its vibranium, and some individuals have even tried to take it forcibly. Ramonda begs Shuri to carry out her study on a heart-shaped plant in order to produce a new Black Panther who would protect Wakanda, but Shuri declines since she views the Black Panther as a historical character.

On a mission to a possible undersea vibranium deposit, the CIA utilises a new vibranium-detecting device. Then Namor and his blue-skinned, water-breathing people assault and murder the whole search crew, but the CIA assumes Wakanda was to blame. Bypassing Wakanda’s sophisticated security, Namor travels to Ramonda and Shuri. He attributes the vibranium race to Wakanda and issues them with a threat: either identify and hand over the scientist in charge of the vibranium-detecting device, or he will invade Wakanda.


Black Panther Wakanda Forever: a Mark Kermode movie review.
Black Panther Wakanda Forever: a Mark Kermode movie review.


Colonel Frog is a long time science fiction and fantasy fan. He loves reading novels in the field, and he also enjoys watching movies (as well as reading lots of other genre books).

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