Black Panther (2018)Directed by Ryan CooglerThe eighteenth movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, "Black Panther" has been highly successful and critically acclaimed. I watched it a couple of weekends ago, but completed a sketch based on it only now. The movie stars Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa, who takes over as King of the African nation of Wakanda, after the death of his father T'Chaka (which we saw in 2016's "Captain America: Civil War"). The film builds the world of Wakanda really well, and then introduces the antagonist – Eric Killmonger (Michael B Jordan), who is working with Ulysses Klaue (Andy Serkis), and intends to take the throne from T'Challa. I thought the movie was terrific, and I felt it was a better Marvel movie than the recent few MCU entries – because of the world building, the characters (every character is interesting and the film has strong female characters), and the villain (not just an alien / hole in the sky kind of thing). The storyline is nicely complemented with beautiful visuals (cinematography, costumes and production design draw from a lot of influences), and music (memorable score and the songs too). I enjoyed the movie very much. Stay back for two end credits scenes. Can't wait for the next big event – "Avengers: Infinity War". I drew Letitia Wright (you might remember her also from the last episode of "Black Mirror" Season 4) as Shuri. She was one of my favourite characters from the movie. She is T'Challa's sister, a scientist, a James Bond-esque Q-type quartermaster, and a warrior all in one. The drawing was done with 0.5mm 2B pencil and @Prismacolor pencils and scanned. #326 / 4-Mar-18#blackpanther #marvel #mcu #marvelstudios #wakandaforever #avengers #DailyMovieSketch Also tagging this for @blackpanther's #blackpantherfanart and @letitiawright.
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