SSNPod #242 | The “Black Panther” Pre-Game Show (feat. @CoffeeLiteSweet & Alasha) | #saysomethingreal

The passports are in order. The luggage is packed. And the first-class flights to Wakanda are booked! We are ready for Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” and we’re here to make sure you’re ready too. Join the SSN Crew, with our special guests CoffeeLiteSweet and Alasha, as we explore the history of mainstream comics’ first Black superhero. Learn about T’Challa’s not-so-humble origins in the “Fantastic Four” comics, the Panther’s early history, and his adventures under the pens of Black writers Christopher Priest, Reginald Hudlin and Ta-Nehisi Coates. Get the inside scoop behind-the-scenes on the production of the film. Oh! And listen in as we discuss our outfits for premiere night and whether we’re getting a $5 box from Popeyes or a fish plate special.

• 0:00:00: Origins of Classic “Black Panther” Comics (1966-1991)
• 0:36:07: Modern “Black Panther” Runs: Christopher Priest, Reginald Hudlin & Ta-Nehisi Coates (1998-present)
• 1:16:31: “Black Panther” in Animation
• 1:21:45: “Black Panther” Film Development and Production History
• 1:38:38: “Black Panther” Theatrical Experience Preparations!
• 2:02:23: Post-Show: “Black Panther” Box Office Predictions

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