Namor deals with a new hero in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Namor dealt with a new hero in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Namor, well-known as the Sub-Mariner ruler, can be seen to encounter a new hero in the latest Black Panther sequel, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

The theme of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is endings and fresh starts. Chadwick Boseman’s death, a tragic real-life event that makes the blockbuster action movie the most depressing Marvel adventure yet, serves as the movie’s core theme of grief. However, the conclusion, in which Shuri confronts her sorrow over her late brother T’Challa, offers the possibility of rejuvenation.

Black Panther Wakanda Forever is now streaming on Disney Plus
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Let’s analyze the moving conclusion of Wakanda Forever, which debuted on Disney Plus on February 1, Wednesday, and make some predictions about what the future holds for Black Panther’s portion of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The latest Marvel movie, directed by Ryan Coogler, depicts two countries that, despite their many commonalities, are brought to the verge of war.

Princess Shuri of Wakanda is furious at her mother’s passing because she has already lost her brother T’Challa. Shuri, who Letitia Wright portrays, is the film’s crux.

Shuri gets forced to confront her denial of Ramonda’s death. She can create a new variety of the magical Heart-Shaped Herb that bestows superpowers on whoever consumes it by accepting Wakandan tradition and balancing her technical prowess with the gifts of nature. Shuri finally joins the revered lineage of Wakanda’s defender by donning a new Black Panther outfit.

Shuri, in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
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Shuri commands the warriors of Wakanda as they attack the Talokans on a massive battleship. Her motivations are murky: The herb transported her to the primordial plane, where each Black Panther interacts with their progenitors, but instead of meeting Eric Jordan, aka Killmonger, from the last movie, Shuri instead runs into him.

Shuri Confronts Namor in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Therefore, Shuri is motivated by Kill monger’s spiteful and vicious attitude as she engages Namor in a duel to the death. When Namor blows up their aircraft and they crash into a rocky beach for a final encounter, she thinks her plan to imprison him in a giant hairdryer is working.

Namor in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
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Shuri finds herself reflecting on the movie’s events as she holds a spear to the throat of Namor, seemingly putting an end to him. Shuri considers how the underwater world that enchanted her mirrors her nation’s beauty and way of life.

The new movie stresses Talokan’s Aztec background to thematically link these two peoples who were both subjected to European colonists, even though Namor the Submariner rules over Atlantis in the comics.

Shuri implores Namor to give in and spare both of their populations. She says, “Vengeance has eaten us.” It won’t consume our people.”

Fortunately, Namor complies. Even though it’s already too late for those who have already perished in this tragically useless struggle, the two monarchs return to end the conflict.

Namor’s wife, Zamora, is furious when he returns vanquished to Talokan. However, Namor demonstrates his cunning: Now that the two nations have united, the confrontation with the surface world he seeks will unavoidably happen.

With the phrase “Black Panther will return,” the movie’s ending prepares the Wakandans, their allies, and their enemies for their upcoming journey. Wakanda Forever has taken several of them on fresh and intriguing avenues, though Marvel hasn’t confirmed if there will be a Black Panther 3.

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