Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet (Book 1) Symbols & Objects

Ta-Nehisi Coates
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The Black Panther

The Black Panther symbolizes the midpoint of T'Challa's internal tension between a leader for the world versus being a leader for the citizens of Wakanda. When T'Challa returns home from an extended period abroad he finds Wakanda in a state of turmoil, recovering from recent attacks and natural disasters. His Black Panther mantle, a persona which has instilled hope and security for Wakanda for generations is rendered moot due to growing distrust of the monarchy. To the world, T'Challa and Black Panther are one in the same. Fighting alongside heroes such as Captain America, Thor, and Iron Man, T'Challa fully embraced his Black Panther persona as the only way for him to fight the otherworldly threats he fought against with the Avengers. In returning to Wakanda T'Challa finds the Black Panther is no longer trusted and after a few trials he heeds his step-mother's...

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