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RoyalRubble

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Tune in for a new episode of Marvel's Avengers: Black Panther Quest, tonight at 9:00PM ET on Disney XD!

Marvel's Avengers: Black Panther's Quest "The Panther and the Wolf"
Episode Debut - October 7th, 2018

To uncover enemies within Wakanda, Black Panther and Shuri cross paths with someone from their past.

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I'm not super familiar with Hunter from the comics, so I wasn't really expecting all of the sibling rivalry in this episode. I liked the episode and overall liked how kinetic the action was. I kind of dug this techno version of Man Ape. A very different take from the movie, even though the face resembles the actor a little.

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For once, I wished they kept the synergy. Seeing these characters portrayed differently from the movie is kinda weirding me out. I guess I’m used to the synergy, even though they’re clearly using the comic versions.

Why did White Wolf just randomly take off his helmet? Just so we know he’s Caucasian?


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Marvel’s Avengers: Black Panther’s Quest “The Panther And The Wolf”

Listening to T’Challa and Hunter discuss their childhoods shows me that the show has come a long way from when it was the show where Hawkeye loudly barges into Hulk’s room and breaks his glass figurines because he ate the last pickle. I’m glad about that, because I hated that specific show.

It’s also the show that is allowed to say “kill”. That might explain the late night timeslot, and why as of yet no episodes have been replayed on Sunday morning.

I like the idea that White Wolf is actually white. I find Black Panther’s name a bit cringe-inducing, simply because the character is, and like Black Lightning, it disturbs me to have a character state their race in their superhero name. It’s cheesy and sounds like a gimmick. But White Wolf actually makes T’Challa’s name on-the-nose instead. Just because White Wolf is white, I’m starting to appreciate the joke.

I love that Shuri, T’Challa, and Hunter just mock the frak out of M’Baku. It’s super effective, and you realize the only reason we’ve never witness T’Challa use this tactic before is because he isn’t actually funny, and only feels comfortable laughing along with other people.

I like the moment where Black Panther claims he beat the Hulk, but when surprise is expressed, he correctly amends the statement to the truth that it wound up a draw. That’s a very cool character facet that T’Challa is secure enough in his own prowess that he doesn’t have to make it sound more than it is. He is ultimately humble and not a braggart. He’s never been a braggart before, but he never struck as humble either. His refreshing honesty in that moment is making me rethink that opinion.

This is only the fourth episode and this is already better than all of the current shows beside Marvel Rising. I suspect they knew this was gonna be the last season, and figured it wouldn’t hurt anything to actually TRY. Delivering a good show based on a comic book is not and should not be as hard as Marvel and DC seem to make it look.

Excellent episode. ****1/2.