I Got Five On It: Marvel’s Black Panther

Thoughts on Black Panther from Troy Wiggins!

Troy L. Wiggins

19059078_10158767647400433_4287792048675495481_n fan-made poster by Argentinian artist Federico Ariel.

For those unfamiliar, The “I Got Five on It” series consists of posts where I give my five thoughts–right or wrong—on a book, graphic novel/comic, film, or TV show. This is a very off the dome, stream of consciousness type of analysis and NOT a review. At its worst, it can be categorized as a Hot Take, but it’s really just a collection of the things I bang with–and don’t bang with–about a media property that is of import to me and the culture.
(also, and I can’t believe I never actually said this, “I Got Five On It” is both the title of this series and a twenty something year old rap song from West Coast rap duo Luniz. It’s probably their most well known cut.)
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One comment

  1. Karl Smithe · March 18

    The Laws of Physics do not care about Black people or White people anymore than they cared about the dinosaurs. But the history of the last 500 years has been a record of who had technology versus who didn’t. So what good is science fiction with no science or bad science?

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