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The white people that created and own the Black Panther character
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If you write a song and that song becomes a hit, you are going to get paid. Hit song writers make a lot of money, they get paid royalties off of record sales, and they get paid when that songs is played, and they get paid if somebody does a remake of that song.

Movies and books are the same way.

The Black Panther movie is bringing in a lot of money from ticket sales, the Black Panther Movie is directly based off of the Black Panther Comic book put out by Marvel.

These two white men WROTE the Black Panther comic books, and they created the Black Panther character. They have made a lot of money off of that comic book, and they are going to make a lot of money off of the Black Panther movie, because they are the WRITERS, CREATORS and OWNERS of the Black Panther Character.

First up is Stan Lee he wrote and created the Black Panther character for Marvel Comic books.

Wakanda is a fantasy country that's suppose to be in Africa (he created that also).

He created the Black Panther character, and he also created most of the other characters that's a part of the Black Panther comic book and movie.


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Jack Kirby is the other man that wrote and created the Black Panther character, for Marvel. He's the one that did most of the art, he's the one that drew that Black Panther when they were creating that character. Jack Kirby has passed, but his family owns the rights to his work.

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Stan Lee and Jack Kirby writing.

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Martin Goodman is the man started started Marvel Comic Books, he is the owner and founder of that Comic Book.

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These are all of the writers for Marvel Comic books during the 1960's.

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Killmonger is one of the main characters in the Black Panther comic book and movie. That character was created by Don McGregor and Rich Buckler pictured below. That's McGregor standing in the blue shirt.

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Kevin Feige produced the Black Panther movie, and he's also the president of Marvel Studios.

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His interview.



Disney Films made and released the Black Panther movie, and most of the money from the Black Panther movie is going to Disney and the two men that wrote that character.

Information https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Panther_(comics)
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Stan Lee & Jack Kirby are both Jewish.

Black Panther debuted in Fantastic Four issue 52, cover dated July 1966.

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Comics and Creator royalties have a very ugly history.

It was one of the things that drove Kirby away from Marvel.

Here is an interesting article about Stan Lee's net worth.

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Keep in mind that the Black Panther has been in existence for over 50 years.

Lee & Kirby did not create every character featured in the Panther books, nor the film.

A good portion of the characters, and themes, seen in the film were created in the 1970's, by writer Don McGregor.

Don created the Killmonger character, BP's main antagonist.

Shuri, the sister of T'Challa, and Princess of Wakanda, was created by Reginald Hudlin & John Romita, Jr.

John Romita, Jr. also co-created the heroine Monica Rambeau, one of the most powerful characters in the Marvel Universe. Monica was the first black hero to lead the Avengers.
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Here is an article you may find interesting.



https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/black-panther-jack-kirby-wouldve-adored-film-says-family-1084730
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Stan Lee was using Marvel Comics as a platform to educate readers about the ignorance of racism, back in 1968.

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Mar 1 2018, 11:54 PM
Stan Lee & Jack Kirby are both Jewish.

Black Panther debuted in Fantastic Four issue 52, cover dated July 1966.

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You are right they are both Jewish. Jews have a lot of control over Hollywood and the media. They have a lot of control to be such a small group.
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This video explains the history of the Black Panther character. Stan Lee wrote also created the fictional African city of Wakanda.



Edited by DeShawn, Mar 2 2018, 01:19 AM.
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DeShawn
Mar 2 2018, 12:59 AM
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Mar 1 2018, 11:54 PM
Stan Lee & Jack Kirby are both Jewish.

Black Panther debuted in Fantastic Four issue 52, cover dated July 1966.

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You are right they are both Jewish. Jews have a lot of control over Hollywood and the media. They have a lot of control to be such a small group.
Lee & Kirby also faced threats, and having their careers ruined for presenting blacks as heroic, and competent in their comics.

A lot of distributors, especially in the South, threatened cut off Marvel back then.
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Good information.
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