Best Characters from Black Panther (2018)

The Top Ten
1 Erik Killmonger

Question asked by many "Does Marvel have a villain problem? " I would use to say yes. But things have changed dramatically in the third phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and I can proudly say Erik Killmonger is the villain that Marvel so greatly deserves.

His back story was compelling. As someone who grew up in America and saw first-hand the racism that faces many African-Americans today the scene in the museum best portray this. Killmonger notices that more security guards are around him because of his "appearance." The female museum expert does not disagree with the increased security around him because of his skin color. Also, the death of his father does not seem to bother him because he sees death everyday on the streets of Oakland.

He was a character driven by passion and that passion was to empower the black movement. Although personally I disagree with the use of violence to make a political statement. Erik Killmonger was a victim of the violence that ...more

So overrated. He has some good motivation if you take things out of realistic context, but he's not even in the movie that much, and he's so annoying. He was just angry all the time, especially during times where him being angry compromised the movie's experience. Chill out dude, we get that you're mad, you don't have to be obnoxious and show it every second.

He is so ugly. Eww! Why is he the best character? This list is messed up. With all the seeds in his body and you guys like him? Gross! Black Panther should be first since this is his movie.

Best Character by far but T'Challa is also really cool, Killmonger is just a savage.. enough said.

2 Black Panther T'Challa, better known as the Black Panther, is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1966, first appearing in Fantastic Four #52 (cover-dated July 1966) in the Silver Age of Comic Books. He is known to be the first black superhero in mainstream American comics and hails from the fictional African country of Wakanda. The character has been portrayed by Chadwick Boseman in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Finally! A black Marvel movie!

3 Shuri Shuri is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, she is portrayed by Letitia Wright.

She made black panthers suits, she made the Panther gauntlets, she fixed "another broken white boy's" spine, she made a car and plane that she could drive without even being in the car, she almost removed the mind stone from Vision's head (and if it hadn't been for Bruce and Tony's lousy programming, she would've), she made "What are those? " Cool again (to me, anyway), she flipped off the king of wakanda. Come on guys, she's next level badassery! She is my spirit animal! I would die for her!

She's super funny, super clever. She made Black Panther's suit. Without her, Black Panther wouldn't be Black Panther.

I love her! She's makes smart cool!

4 Okoye

She's by far the strongest character, and although she loves T'Challa as a friend her sense of duty forces her to make all the though decisions.

5 Klaw Klaw is a fictional character in Marvel Comics. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he is portrayed by Andy Serkis.

Andy Serkis did really well on this character.

6 Nakia

Nakia is stubborn but in a good way! she's badass, makes points about things and is considerate when it comes to making decisions and thinking of others. I feel like she is deserving to be known as an epic female Marvel lady like Okoye and Shuri.

7 T'Chaka
8 M'Baku
9 Everett Ross
10 N'Jobu
The Contenders
11 T’Challa
12 Zuri
13 Ramonda
14 W’Kabi
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