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.
Season one introduced us to T'Challa through the lens of The Fantastic Four, had us spend some time with him as an Avenger, had him dispensing royal justice in Wakanda, and even had him battle the KKK. I really enjoyed Season One. I can't, in good conscience, condone this Season Two. I recommend you maybe flip through Episode 1 of this season in a store, and see if its humor and narrative devices intrigue you. Personally, I hated it. And it's so tonally different from what precedes it, and what follows it that it feels like an entirely different book. And, uh, The Black Panther isn't actually the main character. So, again, I would skip it. But some of my friends whose opinions I usually agree with really like this run, so you should at least see if it sparks your interest. But if you do skip direct to Season Three, you won't miss any pertinent plot points.