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'Black Panther' Is A MUST-SEE Film

'Black Panther' Is A MUST-SEE Film

In the comics, T'Challa is, at one point, named the King of the Dead and he is given full access to the abilities and knowledge of every previous Black Panther. Yet while there are plenty of fantastical aspects, Black Panther is extremely grounded, dealing with the consequences of ages-old colonialism and exploring isolationism at a time when actual countries are building borders rather than breaking them down.

Jordan will grace the screens once again as he stars in his blockbuster hit, Black Panther, next Friday.

Black Panther opens in theaters on February 16th.

Available in United States stores in both softcover and hardcover editions (on-sale February 20, 2018), Titan's deluxe Black Panther: The Official Movie Special will allow fans to go behind the scenes of Marvel Studios' new action-packed epic.

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Brian Lowry, CNN: "Like most Marvel movies, the climactic portion of the film winds up being too chaotic, and a bit too long".

The actor plays Erik Killmonger in the Marvel produced film. But that's a quibble given the abundance of meticulous and pleasing touches, from Kendrick Lamar's musical contributions to the Easter eggs within the closing credits.

Directed by Ryan Coogler, the film stars Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Angela Bassett, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke, Florence Kasumba, Sterling K. Brown, Andy Serkis and John Kan.

Time debuted the cover this morning with a brief video, which begins with Black Panther slashing through a black background, before the cover alternates between Boseman in the hero's Vibranium suit, and the actor himself. It's called Necropolis, the final resting place of all Black Panthers.