Marvel Comics announces Black Panther: Unconquered

Marvel Comics announces Black Panther: Unconquered

Marvel Comics announces Black Panther

While the Marvel Cinematic Universe is preparing to bring us back to Wakanda in November with Wakanda Forever, Marvel Comics is also preparing to bring the African nation back to the center of the interests of the reading of the Comics fans of the House of Ideas. Traditionally, the presence of a film from the Marvel Cinematic Universe is accompanied by the release of new series dedicated to the protagonists of the films that expand the film franchise of Marvel characters. It is therefore not surprising that Marvel Comics announces the release of Black Panther: Unconquered, a new miniseries dedicated to the comic book T'Challa.

Black Panther: Unconquered will be the next miniseries dedicated to T'Challa

If the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been orphaned of its T'Challa, after the tragic death of Chadwick Boseman, in the comics the Avenger of African origin returns to be the protagonist of his own miniseries, which aims to investigate further inside the mythology and Wakandan tradition. Bryan Edward Hill, already author of a recent mini dedicated to Killmonger, will create the series, which will be joined by Alberto Foche (Miles Morals: Spider-Man) to the drawings.

if ( jQuery ("# ​​crm_srl-th_culturapop_d_mh2_1"). “Black Panther and Wakanda mean so much to people. It is an honor to contribute my imagination to the tradition of this character. I'm really grateful that I can only make comics that represent something to me on a personal level, and going back to Marvel this certainly is. I hope this project not only attracts old readers of the character, but also attracts new readers. Should I say it? Why not, Wakanda forever! But you will have to imagine me crossing my arms saying it "

In Hill's words it is evident how Black Panther: Unconquered represents an ideal first reading for those approaching the myth of T’Challa for the first time. Black Panther: Unconquered will arrive with its first issue on the US market in November, a few days before the release of Wakanda Forever.

Marvel Senior Director Profile Has Multiple Unannounced Games Listed

Apart from already announced games, Marvel Entertainment’s Senior Director of Product Development has “Multiple Unannounced Games” listed on his LinkedIn profile page. This hint supports the rumors we have heard about a new Black Panther game and an Iron Man game.

Last week, Jeff Grubb revealed that EA is working on a single-player Black Panther game. Now recently, he revealed that apart from the Black Panther game, EA is also working on another Marvel game apart from Black Panther.

Another famous insider, Tom Henderson quoted that Jeff Grubb tweet and shared that he has heard that it’s an Iron Man game. However, he isn’t quite sure about it so take the Iron Man information with a massive grain of salt.

Now, we have another hint indicating that Marvel Entertainment indeed have multiple unannounced projects in the works. Granted that some of those projects could also be for mobile devices, but chances are there for these unannounced projects to be Black Panther and Iron Man.

Marvel Games already have multiple announced projects in the pipeline including Marvel’s Midnight Suns, Wolverine and Spider-Man 2. So if you are a Marvel fan, a lot of Marvel AAA games are headed your way so get ready for that.

As for EA, they are trying hard to assure fans that Single-player games are still important for them despite the recent, bizarre twitter joke. CEO Andrew Wilson, in a recent earnings call told investors that Single-player games are an important part of EA’s portfolio emphasizing that we can expect more single-player games from EA and new Black Panther and Iron Man games could be among them.

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