This is another highly enjoyable, engaging and educational event from London Black History Walks. If you want to learn about the practical, historical basis for The Black Panther Movie, take the opportunity to attend this event.
Go here to read my review of The Black Panther Movie.
And go here for the next event, on 28th April.
I am not going to share all the knowledge Brother Tony dropped on us. Instead, I will raise some of the questions he asked.
What was the first superhero film produced by Marvel Studios? Okay, I will give you that one. Go here for the answer.
Who is the richest superhero in the Marvel universe?
Is there a real-life precedent for a rare precious mineral which is found in abundance in an African country?
Who first used the term "Black Panther" and used a black panther logo? (It's probably not who you think.)
Are there real-life examples of an African king or leader having an all-female bodyguard?
What African language does the Black Panther speak?
What is another name for the British Museum?
What precious African artefacts are held in the British Museum and other collections? Again, I'll give you this one - go here for one answer- one of many.
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