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Marvel fans are clamoring for a Disney+ series from Ryan Coogler featuring Bashenga, the first Black Panther

Marvel fans are clamoring for a Disney+ series from Ryan Coogler featuring Bashenga, the first Black Panther

Marvel fans want a series with Bashenga, the first Black Panther, and they will Ryan Cooler to make it happen.

A talented black artist called Shaun Harrison illustrated stunning models of Bashenga and took to Twitter to push the narrative of Bashenga, posting artwork he created as concepts exploring the idea.

(Concept by Shaun Harrison/Twitter)

In accordance FandomWire, Black panther teased the tale of Shaman Bashenga becoming the first Black Panther. However, none of the Marvel movies delve too deeply into the history of Wakanda and King Bashenga.

The outlet stated that Bashenga united all the tribes of Wakanda that were once divided.

The warrior had a vision of the goddess Bast and was summoned to the Vabranium-rich earth that produced a powerful herb that he was engineered to consume by the goddess. Taking part of the herb made him superhuman, and the king of Wakanda became the first Black Panther.

Subsequently, descendants of the Golden tribe had taken on the Black Panther mantle.

(Concept by Shaun Harrison/Twitter)

Harrison followed up with an additional post suggesting characters that would fit as members of the five widespread tribes back in Bashenga’s time, leaving the lead role to the British actor John Boyega and add the character of Phastos to the plot.

In addition, the artist provided a list of musical contributions that would appeal to the narrative.

Fans reacted to the Bashenga concept.

New Marvel Disney+ concept of ‘Bashenga: The First Black Panther’ by @Shaun_Harrison ! Ryan Coogler is making this!” Heroic Hollywood tweeted with photos of Harrison’s concept.

“This looks awesome,” one user replied, while another wrote: “WE NEED THIS, I want to see baast!”

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When one user questioned the purpose of the concept, another explained: “It’s been two movies and some movies, we know absolutely nothing about Wakanda’s history. A big rock fell a long time ago, and now they are the richest and by far the most advanced country on the planet, without any explanation. Zero world building.”

Marvel Studios and Disney have been marked a lot with demands that the concept be brought to the big screen after the premiere of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Ryan Coogler, you have 24 hours to respond!

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