We first met T'challa back in Captain America Civil War as he joined in the feud between Captain America and Ironman. The film will tell the story of how T'Challa figures out his fate as king and ruler of his nation following the untimely death of his father. The Black Panther mantle is passed down from generations. Fighter Nakia (Lupita Nyong'o) asks him what kind of king he is going to be because he is new to the throne and the Avengers.
Following the first trailer, both have successfully shown us many wonderful gadgets of Wakanda and Wakanda itself, an aircraft flown by a Wakandan using just her hands, Black Panthers suits, the tracker bombs he throws, his formidable foes, his family, and a vehicle with controls made of just light, the holographic shield that is used to hide its true nature from the prying eyes of other countries, and very importantly, Djalia, the ethereal plane of Wakandan memory. T'Challa being a royal descendent of a warrior race is also a master of armed combat, able to use a variety of weapons but prefers unarmed combat.
It's easy to get caught up in the action of the trailer and be thrust across the Marvel universe with every second, but it is also important to notice the stylistic and cultural credibility of releasing Black Panther.
See it in cinemas from February 16!