Marvel To Launch ‘The History Of Marvel Comics: Black Panther’

On February 14th, Marvel is launching a six-episode unscripted podcast about the history of Black Panther, hosted by NYT best-selling author, Nic Stone. 

In honor of Black History month, Marvel is launching a historical podcast looking into the history of Marvel’s Black Panther. The History of Marvel Comics: Black Panther is a six-episode documentary that will see author Nic Stone look at the comic’s origins of the Black Panther. All in conversations with creators who shaped T’Challa’s journey, celebrating the Afro-Futuristic world of Wakanda. While analyzing the larger social impact of the character.

The series will be made available on SXM App and Marvel Podcasts Unlimited, and later, everywhere that podcasts are available.

The History of Marvel Comics: Black Panther will bring writers, artists, and historians together to talk about the tale of T’Challa. It will feature exclusive interviews with talent such as Brian Stelfreeze, Christopher Priest, Don McGregor, Joe Quesada, John Ridley, John Romita Jr. Reginald Hudin, Ta-Nehisi Coates, and more.

Throughout the podcast, Stone will take a look behind-the-scenes in a definitive tell-all description of the incredible journey of T’Challa, how he came to be Black Panther, and how he and the world of Wakanda have evolved since, looking into some of the greatest moments, including Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s 1966 debut of the hero right at the height of the Civil Rights movement.

Stone will also explore Panther’s evolution throughout the Black Power Movement and examine his time during the Avengers, as well as his own comics series.

“As thrilling as it’s been to watch Marvel’s first Black superhero leap his way to the top of fan-favorite lists over the past few years, getting to dig into his origin story with the people who made him (and the characters around him) is truly the coolest thing I’ve ever gotten to do,” said host Nic Stone on Marvel’s Press Release. “I can’t wait for fans to hear from the individuals who have spent almost 60 years shaping, expanding, and humanizing our beloved King of Wakanda and Black Panther, especially as his world continues to grow.”

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Christian Angeles
Christian Angeles
Christian Angeles is a screenwriter who likes sharing stories and getting to meet people. He also listens to words on the page via audible and tries to write in ways that make people feel things. All on a laptop. Sometimes from an app on his phone.

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