1. Fights for Everybody
while we’re currently only seeing him as an Avenger in the current crop of MCU films Black Panther was a regular member of Marvel’s first family in the comics the Fantastic Four and the defenders and Fantastic Four’s he also joined the crew a team of black superheroes and the ultimate a cosmic modern-day Avengers squad like I said long thanks to as many abilities and powers Black Panther is one of the few superheroes that can fight just about anywhere and it’s important to note that even though Black Panther was created in the 1960s amidst the American civil rights movement during a time in which African Americans had to fight for equality the Black Panther was welcomed and accepted into every super crew he joined which is the way it should be.
2. His name was not inspired by Politics
Although the Black Panther name was believed to be a direct tide the Black Panther Party the party actually came after the character of Black Panther was introduced in fact there was so much confusion surrounding his name but Stanley actually renamed him the black leopard when he returned to the Fantastic Four series seventy-two in the series to Chawla proclaimed quote I neither condemned nor condone those who have taken up the name but T’Challa is a law unto himself the leopard named change, however, did not sit well with fans so his Black Panther name was restored and hasn’t been touched since although Stanley wanted to be clear about the reasoning behind Black Panthers cared about the fans first and foremost so to this day most don’t know the next fun fact on our list.
3. Black Panther is a ranked
while most superheroes have super names Black Panthers name is actually an inherited title after his father’s death two challahs uncle inherited the Black Panther rank and it wasn’t until Black Panther defeated him and a few other baddies trying to take over Wakanda that he was able to rightfully claim the title from there he ate the sacred heart-shaped herb which granted him all the Black Panther powers were sure to see in full effect in the upcoming movie it’s because of those powers and a few that possibly stems from an ancient connection with Lokhande gods that Black Panther is so powerful which once allowed him to take over another super role.
4. Black Panthers African accent
Black Panthers African accent was Chadwick Boseman choice in an interview with CNET Bozeman revealed his decision to use an African accent while portraying the king of Wakanda explaining that it simply wouldn’t make any sense to use an English accent since Wakanda was never conquered saying quote if it’s supposed to not have been conquered which means that advancement has happened without colonialism painting it poisoning the well of it without stopping it or disrupting it and there’s no way he would speak with a European accent mic drop and it’s because of that unbelievable tech advantage from his homeland that black panther was able to supply our favorite superheroes with some of their most iconic weaponry.
5. The Chala the daredevil
The Chala the daredevil after Matt Murdock aka daredevil left Hell’s Kitchen following a temporary slip to the dark side there was only one man cut out for the job as luck would have it – Chawla had recently lost his title as Black Panther and was in the market for a new super job the Chawla assumed the role of the new guardian of Hell’s Kitchen determined to discover who he was without any of us Black Panther powers Lokhande would eventually call the Black Panther home for the upcoming film star Chadwick Boseman representing Wakanda in the most authentic way was of utmost importance.