This post by Jeo George is Published by The Progressive Magazine. Here is an excerpt:
Two superpowered titans clash on the field of battle, their outlandish costumes illuminated by sparks and energy beams. Powered by the magical element Vibranium, the Black Panther unsheathes her claws and hurls herself toward her opponent, the centuries-old mutant Namor. Desperate to replenish himself in the sea, Namor lifts into the air via the tiny wings sprouting from his ankles. If he reaches the water, Namor will have the strength to defeat the Black Panther, leading the armies of Talokan to conquer the nation of Wakanda.
Such action sequences are to be expected from a movie like Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
As the latest entry in the enormously popular Marvel Cinematic Universe, Wakanda Forever brings to the screen superheroes who began as four-colored adventurers in Marvel Comics. They exist in a fantastical world, in which the Norse god Thor rides a rainbow bridge to help the people of Earth, and radioactive spider bites give teenagers superpowers instead of cancer. But despite these over-the-top plot mechanics, Wakanda Forever roots its story in real-world geopolitics, giving its battles surprisingly deep resonance.
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