Award-winning Nigerian comic writer Nnedi Okorafor has been commissioned by Marvel Comics to write a series for Black Panther character, Shuri. The character, who gained global acceptance and a fan base after the release of the Hollywood blockbuster, is the younger sister of Black Panther T'Challa.
Marvel Comics Commissions Nigeria's Okorafor to Write Standalone Book On Black Panther's Shuri
This Day, 18 July 2018
Nigerian award winning comic writer Nnedi Okorafor has been commissioned by Marvel Comics to write a standalone book for Black Panther character 'Shuri'. Read more »
Nigerian to Write Standalone Comic On Black Panther's Shuri
Premium Times, 18 July 2018
An award-winning Nigerian comic writer, Nnedi Okorafor, has been commissioned by Marvel Comics to write a book for Black Panther character, 'Shuri'. Read more »
Marvel comics are set to publish their first comic with a Nigerian superhero. The comic titled, Blessing in Disguise, written by science fiction author Nnedi Okorafor - introduces ... Read more »
With the movie's great success, there have been talks of producing Black Panther 2, with the director now reportedly keen on casting the women involved in the first project as the ... Read more »
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To answer the obvious question, no, Wakanda is not a real place, but it does have a specific location at which it exists in the Black Panther movie. There has been some debate over ... Read more »
When Marvel Studios needed someone to come up with an exclusive concept for the popular Black Panther movie, they could not have found a more talented artist than Osborne Macharia. ... Read more »
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