Invincible Panthers Until The End – Episode 135

Invincible Panthers Until The End – Episode 135
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Some Other Beginnings End

This week on the show Johnny and Brian review the latest installment to the MCU franchise, Black Panther! Then they visit the Land of Invincible one last time as the talk about the series finale of Invincible from Image Comics.

Invincible: The End of All Things

Summary

“THE END OF ALL THINGS,” ConclusionFinal issue. Everything since issue one has been building to this. Nothing can prepare you.

Written by
Robert Kirkman

Art by
Nathan Fairbairn

Ryan Ottley
Cory Walker

Cover by
Nathan Fairbairn
Ryan Ottley

Page Count
55 Pages

Print Release Date
February 14, 2018

Digital Release Date
February 14, 2018

Black Panther

Summary

After the death of his father, T’Challa returns home to the African nation of Wakanda to take his rightful place as king. When a powerful enemy suddenly reappears, T’Challa’s mettle as king — and as Black Panther — gets tested when he’s drawn into a conflict that puts the fate of Wakanda and the entire world at risk. Faced with treachery and danger, the young king must rally his allies and release the full power of Black Panther to defeat his foes and secure the safety of his people.

Cast & Crew

Directed by
Ryan Coogler

Produced by
Kevin Feige

Written by
Ryan Coogler
Joe Robert Cole

Based on
Black Panther by
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby

Cast

Chadwick Boseman … T’Challa / Black Panther
Michael B. Jordan … Erik Killmonger
Lupita Nyong’o … Nakia
Danai Gurira … Okoye
Martin Freeman … Everett K. Ross
Daniel Kaluuya … W’Kabi
Letitia Wright … Shuri
Winston Duke … M’Baku
Sterling K. Brown … N’Jobu
Angela Bassett … Ramonda
Forest Whitaker … Zuri
Andy Serkis … Ulysses Klaue
Florence Kasumba … Ayo
John Kani … T’Chaka

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Johnny

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Brian

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  2. Selene   •  

    “Additionally, the scene is completely superfluous. It has literally nothing to do with any other storyline in the movie. the scene serves to show that nakia, as an embedded spy, had a passion for working with black people across the diaspora outside of wakanda. this is important because nakia”s character was the counterpoint of t”challa”s character. t”challa was the head of an isolationist african nation, and nakia his former love and intellectual partner was not willing to be politically isolationist. nakia”s character also serves to show the differences in liberation theory when looking at killmonger”s appetite for vengeance, destruction, and the ultimate empowerment of black americans. perhaps the use of the kidnappers in the film was islamophobic. i”ll have to discuss this more with folks. however, you need to note that the scene itself was not superfluous. it was integral to understanding the political struggle of the three characters i mentioned.

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