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{{Series
 
{{Series
 
| name = Black Panther
 
| name = Black Panther
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| begin_date = January 16, 2010
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| end_date = January 30, 2010
| num_ep = TBA
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| num_ep = [[Black Panther Episodes|6]]
| writer =
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| writer = [[Reginald Hudlin]]
 
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| chan =[[BET]]
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| chan = [[Black Entertainment Television|BET]]
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'''''Black Panther''''' was a mini-series that ran from January 16th to January 30th in 2010. It is the first to focus on the character of {{C|Black Panther|bp}}.
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==Background==
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Similar to {{msh}}, the series was a motion comic produced by [[Marvel Knights Animation]], their only motion comics series to be released as a series. It was based on the first six issues of the fourth volume of [http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Black_Panther_Vol_4 ''Black Panther''] subtitled ''Who is Black Panther?''. The events were directly translated by [[Reginald Hudlin]] writing and used the artwork of [[John Romtia, Jr.]].
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==Story==
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After {{C|T'Chaka|bp}} is asassinated, his son {{C|T'Challa|bp}} takes the mantle of {{C|Black Panther|bp}} and throne of {{C|Wakanda|bp}} to find his father's killer. He encounters villains such as {{C|Klaw|bp}}, {{C|Batroc the Leaper|bp}}, {{C|Juggernaut|bp}}, {{C|Black Knight|bp}}, and {{C|Radioactive Man|bp}}. <ref>[http://marvel.com/news/moviestories.10921.the_black_panther_animated_series_begins~excl~ The Black Panther Animated Series Begins!] at ''Marvel''</ref>
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==Cast==
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:{| class="wikitable"
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!Actor
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!Role(s)
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|-
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|[[Djimon Hounsou]]
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|{{C|T'Challa|bp}}
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|-
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|{{Stan Lee}}
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|{{C|Wallace|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Kerry Washington]]
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|{{C|Shuri|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Alfre Woodard]]
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|{{C|Dondi Reese|bp}}<br/>{{C|Queen Mother|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Carl Lumby]]
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|{{C|S'Yan|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Jill Scott]]
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|{{C|Storm|bp}}/Ororo Munroe
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|-
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|[[Stephen Stanton]]
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|{{C|Klaw|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Jonathan Adams]]
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|{{C|T'Chaka|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Jean-Benoît Blanc]]
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|{{C|Black Knight|bp}}<br/>{{C|Cannibal|bp}}<br/>{{C|Batroc the Leaper|bp}}
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|-
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|[[David Busch]]
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|{{C|Everett K. Ross|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Phil LaMarr]]
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|{{C|T'Shan|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Peter Lurie]]
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|{{C|Juggernaut|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Phil Morris]]
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|{{C|W'Kabi|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Vanessa Marshall]]
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|{{C|Cannibal|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Nolan North]]
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|{{C|Cyclops|bp}}<br/>{{C|Nightcrawler|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Adrian Pasdar]]
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|{{C|Captain America|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Kevin Michael Richardson]]
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|{{C|Wolverine|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Rick D. Wasserman]]
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|{{C|Radioactive Man|bp}}
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|-
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|[[Taye Diggs]]
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|Historical Panther
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|}
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[[Djimon Hounsou]] had been considered to play Black Panther in the sequel to [[wikipedia:Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer|''Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer'']], which did feature [[Kerry Washington]].<ref>[http://www.ign.com/articles/2007/05/08/story-talks-black-panther Story Talks Black Panther] at ''IGN''</ref>
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[[Taye Diggs]], playing a historical panther, previously played {{C|Black Panther|shss}} on {{shss}}.
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[[Nolan North]] reprises his role as {{C|Cyclops|wxm}} from {{wxm}}.
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Hounsou, {{Stan Lee}}, [[Alfre Woodard]], and [[Adrian Pasdar]] would all appear in the [[wikipedia:Marvel Cinematic Universe|Marvel Cinematic Universe]].
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Juggernaut is used instead of Rhino from the original comics for unknown reasons.
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==Episodes==
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*[[Black Panther Episodes]]
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The series was a six-episode mini-series. No episode had any titles as producer [[Cort Lane]] didn't think the short series needed individual titles.<ref>[http://www.animatedsuperheroes.com/2010/01/black-panther-episode-descriptions.html Black Panther Episode Descriptions] at ''Animated Superheroes''</ref>
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==References==
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==External Links==
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*[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1441105/ Internet Movie Database]
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*[http://www.tv.com/the-black-panther/show/75553/summary.html TV.com]
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*[[wikipedia:Black Panther (TV series)|Wikipedia]]
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{{Black Panther 2010 Episodes}}
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[[Category:Black Panther (TV Series)]]
 
[[Category:Non MAU]]
 
[[Category:Non MAU]]

Latest revision as of 02:05, 14 August 2020

This article is written from the Real World perspective Real World.jpg
Black Panther
Black Panther Series.PNG
Beginning date January 16, 2010
End date January 30, 2010
Number of Episodes 6
Writers Reginald Hudlin
Original Channel BET
Previous Series The Super Hero Squad Show
Next Series The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes

Black Panther was a mini-series that ran from January 16th to January 30th in 2010. It is the first to focus on the character of Black Panther.

Background

Similar to The Marvel Super Heroes, the series was a motion comic produced by Marvel Knights Animation, their only motion comics series to be released as a series. It was based on the first six issues of the fourth volume of Black Panther subtitled Who is Black Panther?. The events were directly translated by Reginald Hudlin writing and used the artwork of John Romtia, Jr..

Story

After T'Chaka is asassinated, his son T'Challa takes the mantle of Black Panther and throne of Wakanda to find his father's killer. He encounters villains such as Klaw, Batroc the Leaper, Juggernaut, Black Knight, and Radioactive Man. [1]

Cast

Actor Role(s)
Djimon Hounsou T'Challa
Stan Lee Wallace
Kerry Washington Shuri
Alfre Woodard Dondi Reese
Queen Mother
Carl Lumby S'Yan
Jill Scott Storm/Ororo Munroe
Stephen Stanton Klaw
Jonathan Adams T'Chaka
Jean-Benoît Blanc Black Knight
Cannibal
Batroc the Leaper
David Busch Everett K. Ross
Phil LaMarr T'Shan
Peter Lurie Juggernaut
Phil Morris W'Kabi
Vanessa Marshall Cannibal
Nolan North Cyclops
Nightcrawler
Adrian Pasdar Captain America
Kevin Michael Richardson Wolverine
Rick D. Wasserman Radioactive Man
Taye Diggs Historical Panther

Djimon Hounsou had been considered to play Black Panther in the sequel to Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, which did feature Kerry Washington.[2]

Taye Diggs, playing a historical panther, previously played Black Panther on The Super Hero Squad Show.

Nolan North reprises his role as Cyclops from Wolverine and the X-Men.

Hounsou, Stan Lee, Alfre Woodard, and Adrian Pasdar would all appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Juggernaut is used instead of Rhino from the original comics for unknown reasons.

Episodes

The series was a six-episode mini-series. No episode had any titles as producer Cort Lane didn't think the short series needed individual titles.[3]

References

External Links

Black Panther Episodes
"Black Panther 1" • "Black Panther 2" • "Black Panther 3" • "Black Panther 4" • "Black Panther 5" • "Black Panther 6"
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