The “Black Panther” movie is already out and fans around the world cannot help but express positive buzz about the movie. Even the former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama praised the production team, although it took her two tries to successfully bring her tweet to the attention of the right people.

So far, the movie has earned $426.8 million worldwide at the box office, shattering a myth concerning the success of a black culture-centered film.

“Black Panther” has already surpassed another black film, “Straight Outta Compton” which earned $214 million worldwide.

Not your usual origin story

Marvel Studios' "Black Panther" movie is not your usual superhero origin story. There are literally thousands of superheroes all over the world and their story begins with how they get their powers. Just like Sam Raimi and Marc Webb’s imagination of Spider-Man, they both highlighted the radioactive spider that gave Peter Parker his superhuman abilities. However, director Ryan Coogler chose to breakout from origin stories and instead made the "Black Panther" already strong and superhuman.

The screenwriters made sure that T’Challa possesses a human persona; not a perfect king and warrior who cannot be toppled no matter what the occasion.

This was evident when his cousin and enemy Killmonger a.k.a. N’Jadaka challenged him for the right to rule Wakanda. Even though he is the king and Black Panther, the traditions observed by the kingdom and strictly enforced by the council made him accept Killmonger’s challenge. This was also to ultimately cement his claim to the throne without any shred of doubt from his subjects.

But, as fate has it, he lost the challenge and Killmonger ascended to the throne.

Every aspect of the production was carefully researched in order to bring out a distinct African culture. The costume, traditions and even the language was very realistic. This risk paid off and fans cannot help but express their wonder, particularly during the challenge scene is universally positive and passionate.

Kick-ass action sequence

The action scenes are totally off the hook. Unlike his limited fight scenes in “Captain America: Civil War,” we get to see T’Challa unleash hell with the help of her sister Shuri and the ever-loyal general of the all-female warrior Dora Milaje, Okoye. Even the female warriors know how to fight. The women in Wakanda are truly strong and independent – the ideal image of every woman around the world.

No Infinity Stone?

Unfortunately, the final Infinity Stone is not in the possession of the Kingdom of Wakanda. Apparently, T’Challa was able to communicate with the spirit of his dead father and other former Black Panthers by ingesting the liquid form of the Heart-shaped Herb, not through the Soul Stone.

Where then, will we find the last Infinity Stone? Well, your guess is as good as mine.

Black Panther will return to fight the mad titan Thanos in the “Avengers: Infinity War” this April 2018.