The Black Panther: Wakanda Forever finish credit scene begins with Shuri touring to Haiti to go to Nakia. Shuri lastly will get an opportunity to mourn the lack of her mom and brother. After battling Namor and her personal grief, Shuri has a second to breathe.
Shuri is on the seaside when Nakia walks as much as her with a bit boy. Nakia introduces her to Toussaint, performed by the lovely newcomer Divine Love Konadu-Sun. This is my son, Nakia tells Shuri. She says to her son, This is your auntie, Shuri.
Thats when it hits Shuri. This is TChallas son. Her brothers blood. Her household. Nakia explains that she and TChalla agreed it was greatest to lift their son in Haiti away from the strain of the dominion. Nakia tells Shuri that TChalla didnt need them to go to his funeral, however they had been ready for his dying.
Ramonda knew about Toussaint and had the prospect to satisfy him earlier than she died. Thats what Ramonda was making an attempt to inform Shuri earlier than Namor confirmed up and turned their world the other way up.
Shuri shares a heartfelt second along with her nephew, giving him a high-five. Then Toussaint says one thing that proves he really is his fathers son. My identify is Prince TChalla. The son of King TChalla, he tells Shuri.
In the Marvel comics, TChalla does have a son, however not with Nakia. He has a son with Storm named Azari TChalla. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever seems to be steering away from the comics and taking a brand new course with this storyline.
Shuri takes over as the brand new Black Panther and can return in future MCU tasks, Marvel confirmed within the remaining moments of the credit. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever marks the top of Phase Four of the MCU.
The whole trajectory of the Black Panther sequel modified within the wake of Chadwick Bosemans dying in 2020. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is a surprising tribute to Chadwick and propels the story ahead in an epic approach.
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