Namor Introduced in Black Panther 2 Movie Poster by BossLogic

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By Nico Parungo | More Articles Comic Book Fan and Lazy Gamer
August 02, 2019  12:35 PM

Now that rumors of Namor appearing in Black Panther 2 have spread, fans are hoping that the Atlantean anti-hero actually shows up in the sequel. After all, the two characters have a lot of history together in the comics and it will be interesting to see how they portray that in the MCU. Kevin Feige did announce that a sequel to the film is being made and we’re hoping it lives up to our lofty expectations, especially after how good the first one was.

Superfan and amazing photoshop artist BossLogic has decided to imagine what a Black Panther sequel poster would look like and he gave us a perfect one. Calling the film Black Panther: Two Kings, a great name, by the way, he shows us a possible logo and Namor’s iconic trident in the middle.

It’s pitch-perfect and we would like to see Marvel take this title and concept, though we aren’t sure if they will. For all we know, the sequel could just focus on another Black Panther villain we haven’t seen yet, like some of the newer ones from Ta-Nahesi Coates’ run. Still, Namor is an awesome character and we would love to see him as an antagonist to T’Challa, just like in the comic books.

Currently, no release date for Black Panther 2 has been released. It will likely be a phase five movie unless Marvel has plans to speed up its release ala Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Read: Namor Will Reportedly Debut In Black Panther 2 As A Villain

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