as a kree


1. A montage of the original Black Panther passing the mantle down over the generations. Preferably in some form of tapestry.

2. Representation from the full Wakandan pantheon. So Bast, Sekhmet, Sobek, M'Baku, White Wolf, Anubis, etc i want to see some nod to the other cults

3. The evolution of Wakandan science in response to Vibranium mutagenesis. Or in layman’s terms, Wakandan medicine and the herbs that make the warriors demigods

4. An explanation of why and how Klaue got there the first time to end up branded a thief.

5. The women in T'Challas life. Specifically, Shuri, Monica Lynne And Queen Divine Justice. Also Malice if they can pull her off correctly.

6. A subtle nod to Ororo even though she can’t exist in the MCU.

7. Wakandan scientists discovering that Vibranium hurts the Chitauri and possibly even the Kree.

8. An updated BP suit with gold accents now that he is King. Also an allusion to his status as King of the dead.

9. A fully stocked Wakandan Armory to gawk at in a few scenes.

10. A training scene with Tchalla, Shuri, the Dora Milaje and whomever else can demonstrate the Wakandan fighting style.


Superhero Aesthetics // Young Avengers

We’ve got a super-soldier, a giant girl, a robot from the 30th century, a Skrull/Kree super-soldier, Billy (who, yeah, is kind of lame, but can cast spells), an Olympic class archer and martial artist, and… me.


Infinity War may have Thanos get the Soul Stone and the Kree in the sequel. Rumor has it that the Mad Titan will gain possession of the gem by the end of Ragnarok and that Heimdall had it all along, being the key to save Asgard.

Infinity War, by Junior Logoifiti.

Sent to settle the territorial disputes between the Kree and the Genoshans, Senator Loki finds himself and his Imperial entourage in the middle of a sinister plot to oust the Mutant Queen. Willing or not, the senator is left with no choice when he finds out the truth behind his diplomatic mission.

Star Wars: The House of M.
Where Genosha is a planet, Mutants are an alien race,
and the House of Magnus reigns supreme
under the banner of the Galactic Empire.

March 20

Mantis is the half-Vietnamese, half-German daughter of Gustav Brandt, aka Libra. She first appeared in Avengers #112 (March 20, 1973). In her childhood, her father leaves her in Vietnam at the Temple of the alien Priests of Pama, a sect of the Kree. The Kree believe she might become the Celestial Madonna and mate with the eldest Cotati on Earth to become the mother of the Celestial Messiah, “the most important being in the universe”. She excels in her martial arts studies, but when she reaches adulthood, she is mind-wiped and sent into the world to gain life experience. She becomes a prostitute and barmaid in a Vietnamese bar, where she meets the Swordsman. She helps him regain his self-respect and follows him when the former villain attempts to rejoin the Avengers. She becomes an Avengers ally when the Swordsman rejoins the Avengers, and she battled the Lion God alongside them. With the Avengers, Mantis has many adventures. She battles the original Zodiac, and learns that Libra is her father and that she was raised by the Priests of Pama.

Writer-artist Frank Miller was recruited to create The Dark Knight Returns. Miller said that the comic series’ plot was inspired by Dirty Harry, specifically the film Sudden Impact, in which Dirty Harry returns to crime-fighting after a lengthy convalescence. Miller also said his own increasing age was a factor in the plot. The Dark Knight Returns tells an alternative story of Bruce Wayne, who at 50 years old returns from retirement to fight crime and faces opposition from the Gotham City police force and the United States government. The first issue debuted on March 20, 1986. It is set in a dystopian near-future version of Gotham City. Bruce Wayne decides to return to his role as Batman and on his first night as Batman he puts a stop to multiple assaults- including one on two young girls, Carrie Kelley and her friend Michelle. Inspired by Batman’s rescue, Kelley buys herself an imitation Robin costume and searches for him, seeking to help him. Wayne decides to keep Kelley as his new sidekick. The immense popularity of The Dark Knight Returns served both to return the character of Batman to a central role in pop culture, but also started the era known as the Dark Age of Comic Books.