If Black Panther isn't the Marvel movie you're most amped up to see, you're probably either a bigot or you have terrible taste in movies. The trailers are amazeballs. And, finally, after years of there not being very many Black Panther collections available, now most of his solo adventures are in circulation. So I'm cobbling together a five season Netflixization of a Black Panther chronology.
I'm sorry about season two. Really. Unless you loved it, in which case, I'm glad everything has an audience somewhere. Season three starts with a bit of a cheat. This is the only time I can think of that the collection of comics I'm going to talk about actually HAS been adapted panel for panel in a motion comic series. If you want to check it out, it's $1.99 an episode for 12 episodes (even though there were actually just six episodes, and they've cut them in half for...reasons). This season was so much more fun to put together than the last one, even though it treads some of the same territory as the first two seasons, it feels better fleshed out, and like a tight story.
Season Three: Stormfronts