What are some of Black Panther’s most noteworthy moments in Marvel Comics? Find out right here.
T’Challa is well known in his universe as one of the greats. He’s protected his country from Doctor Doom (Doomwar), an invasion from the Skrulls (Black Panther by Jason Aaron), and so much more. Along the way, he’s made some friends, enemies, and lovers. He’s been exiled from Wakanda by his sister (who was Black Panther and Queen), killed beings on other planets and other realities, and was King of the Dead.
Overall, there isn’t much that T’Challa hasn’t done as the Black Panther and more. He’s spent his time doing the impossible since 1966. However, there are some little-known facts that everyone should know. Some are important. Other times they’re just silly. Here is a little bit of both.
9. Black Panther once protected Hell’s Kitchen
There was a time when T’Challa was unsure of himself. Instead of sulking, he decided to test himself. He gave up his title of Black Panther and his wealth and went to Hell’s Kitchen. While Daredevil was away, T’Challa protected the Man Without Fear’s city. He even got a full-time job to keep his ears close to the street.
During that time, T’Challa fought Lady Bullseye, Kraven the Hunter, and a vicious villain named Vlad the Impaler (no, not Dracula). This was an interesting time for T’Challa and a series that fans of the character should check out.