Marvel Debuts SDCC-Exclusive ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Poster
It was undoubtedly one of the biggest Comic-Con in Marvel’s vast history at the event, and it concluded with one of the best trailers that we have ever seen from an MCU project; on the heels of that, Marvel debuted an SDCC-exclusive Black Panther: Wakanda Forever poster.
There was a sense of tradition that had withstood the two years that the famed San Diego Comic-Con event was postponed, with the horrific COVID-19 pandemic; something that forced a change in how Marvel Studios approached building hype for future projects and announcing the MCU’s trajectory.
Following those tow-eyras, it was finally back, with Marvel returning to the event in its first year back, and bringing with it announcements that truly alter the direction of the Marvel Cinematic Universe for both the immediate and the distant, future.
Marvel announced Phase Five, the end of Phase Four, and even what fans can expect from Phase Six; while guiding those in attendance on a journey of what was to come in the years that will follow the ending of Phase Four.
Prior to that announcement, and the remaining of Phase Four as we know it, Marvel first looked into the more immediate future, and the two projects slated to close out the year; one of which has now officially been slated as the end of Phase Four.
The highly-anticipated sequel film got its first trailer released to the public following the event, and with excitement at an all-time high, Marvel has debuted an SDCC-exclusive Black Panther: Wakanda Forever poster that is sure to excite fans and make them just a little emotional.
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The poster features the three women who will most likely be the main characters of the scene, in the traditional Wakanda Forever salute that was featured in the first film, with the spirit of T’Challa’s Black Panther looming over them.
It is truly a beautiful image that brings life to the reality that the Black Panther mantle is no longer in T’Challa’s hands, and that this story is now in his honor; as the women closest to him must carry his legacy forward.