Black Panther had his first appearance in “The First Avenger: Civil War,” which began on April 28, 2016 in theaters. Chadwick Boseman plays Prince T’Challa of Wakanda, who swears revenge after his father dies in a terrorist attack. From then on, he takes the identity of the superhero Black Panther – the flag of his homeland. He joins the Avengers team around Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) to grab the supposed murderer of his father, the winter soldier (Sebastian Stan). At the end of the film, we can take a look at Black Panther’s headquarters in the African jungle in Wakanda.
The figure of Black Panther has a lot on it: he is not only one of the most intelligent people in the world, but is also immeasurably rich through the mineral deposits in his country. Said mineral resources have a very special origin: it is the so-called Vibranium, an energy-absorbing mineral of extraterrestrial origin. T’Challa, who does not have any super powers, uses his features for his combat suit. Also Captain Americas (Chris Evans) shield is made from it.