The series of Black Panther, written by Ta-Nehisi Coates, will close later this month, and Marvel Comics has already announced plans for a new series dedicated to T'Challa and Wakanda, written by John Ridley, the award-winning screenwriter becomes. Oscar 2014 thanks to his incredible work in the movie 12 Years a Slave.

Ridley has previously worked with Marvel For the writing of some stories, the latest for the Wolverine: Black, White & Blood miniseries, he has also recently worked on creating alternative stories that are part of the DC Comics universe. "First of all, Black Panther is just a great character. While you're a growing young black guy, it was something when you see a hero who looks like you, even if his background doesn't reflect your experience They felt close to the desire for completeness inherent in writing graphic novels. " so Ridley showed his affection for T'Challa on the pages of the New York Times.

Ridley's series of artwork by Juann Cabal begins with an urgent message for T'Challa from a Wakanda employee. The same author describes the story as a thriller halfway between the world of espionage and that of superheroes. Finally, Ridley wanted to send a very important message that also relates to current events: "We're coming out of a season where we've seen people with color fight for our rightsGet up and fight in ways we haven't seen in years. And it was very important to me after the year we spent where we can Talk to them using words like love, care, hope, and regretand all these emotions that each of us has. "

Recall that Marvel Comics unveiled the last three Infinite Destinies yearbooks, and we leave you with an interesting and unexpected tribute to Jurassic Park from the House of Ideas.

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