A new villain rises to oppose M’Bakuin the Black Panther Wakanda. the new Wakanda The miniseries will feature short stories starring several characters in the Black Panther franchise not named T’Challa, such as Shuri and Killmonger. Main Black Panther A series written by John Ridley that saw the return of the hero’s darkest secrets to his bite. The Black Panther caused a civil war in Wakanda after his political secrets became public knowledge, and he is no longer welcome in his country. The Wakanda mini-series highlights other heroes, such as M’Baku and the intergalactic empire of Wakanda.
ComicBook.com has an exclusive first look at Wakanda #2, featuring The Story of M’Baku by Evan Narcisse, Adam Serwer, Ibraim Roberson, Andrew Dalhouse, and VC’s Joe Sabino, and chapter two of “History of the Black Panthers” by Narcisse, Natacha Bustos, Jordie Bellaire, and Sabino. Besides starring M’Baku, we also get our first look at a new villain named L’Krah, who is leading a rising faction.
What is the intergalactic Wakanda Empire?
The intergalactic empire of Wakanda was created by Ta-Nehisi Coates and Daniel Acuña during their time in Black Panther. A group of explorers were sent into space by T’Challa to find the source of the mighty Vibranium Hill. Then these space travelers got lost in a period of time and ended up in the past, where they began to create a new home for themselves named after Wakanda.
T’Challa left Mpaku in charge of the intergalactic Wakanda Empire when he returned to Earth. first look at Wakanda #2 also features Monica Rambo visiting M’Baku and the intergalactic Wakanda Empire.
Who plays M’Baku in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever?
Winston Duke returns to film M’Baku in November Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Duke’s M’Baku appeared in 2018 Black PantherBeside Avengers: Infinity War And the Avengers: Endgame. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever It will see the debut of the Marvel Cinematic Universe of Namor (Tenoch Huerta), who leads the underwater Talocan kingdom against Wakanda. M’Baku, along with Shuri, Okoye, and Queen Ramunda, will be mourning the late King T’Challa at Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The movie will take place in a time jump after T’Challa’s death.
New description of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever “Ramonda realizes it’s been a year since T’Challa’s death and Shurey is still not healed — she’s not taking steps to move forward in a healthy way,” says director and co-writer Coogler. “They pull back – away from the city, away from technology – to sit down without any distractions and perform what is basically a ritual of grief. That’s when Namur appears.”
Wakanda #2 will go on sale November 16th from Marvel Comics. The first look can be found below.