Marvel’s "Black Panther" [VIDEO]has become a huge success, making the film one of the top ten Highest Grossing Movies of all time. That is a great accomplishment, considering that the movie came out barely two months ago and has already reached $1.28 billion in box office sales worldwide.

"Black Panther" is a movie that features a fictional African country called "Wakanda" that is very wealthy and has technological advances. The nations leader, T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman [VIDEO]), also known as Black Panther, rose to the throne after his father (T’Chaka) death in a bombing.

T’Challa used the knowledge and power he learned from his father to protect and serve his nation.

He does have his struggles as he is brought a revelation that challenged his idealization of his father.

The main plot

The main plot and what really drove the movie was villain Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan), who it turns out is T’Challa’s cousin, felt he should be the rightful King of Wakanda. This creates a war between T’Challa and Killmonger over who wants to take over the throne.

Killmonger wins the battle for the throne of Wakanda, but before he defeats T’Challa, he learns that his father (N’Jobu) was killed by T’Challa’s father T’Chaka. This left Killmonger orphaned as a kid and with no knowledge of the cause of his father's death

The question then becomes, why did T’Chaka kill own brother? N’Jobu was caught stealing vibranium, which Wakanda has a lot of, and this act is what triggered the war between Wakanda and the rest of the world.

N’Jobu was ordered by the United States to keep watch on nations it refuses to interact with. He learns about the racism black Americans go through each day, along with issues like homicide and police brutality in the United States. He figured his people in Wakanda could use their power to stop the challenges black people are facing in the U.S. He plans to make weapons using vibranium to give black Americans the chance to fight back.

T’Chaka didn’t like the idea and felt N’Jobu betrayed his people of Wakanda. He refused to help his brother and said they have to take care of their own people, the Wakandans, who come first. N’Jobu feels threatened and aids T’Chaka, who then kills him, leaving Killmonger as an orphan.

The turning point and final battle

Living in poverty in Oakland, Killmonger learns the truth of his father’s death, which triggered him to become a deadly soldier. We wanted Wakanda to pay for the killing of his father, and were aiming to use their power to liberate black people around the world.

There now have become two images between two nations: one nation is wealthy and flourishing, but is under the radar away from white supremacy. The other contains a few black people, formerly of the Wakanda nation, who want black Americans all over the world to have all Wakanda’s privileges.

In the end, the battle came down to Killmonger and T’Challa to put in order what the world will become. A man of an African nation must take down his blood relative whose purpose is to make all blacks come as one. The fight takes shots left and right, but T'Challa lands the finishing blow with a spear to Killmonger's chest.

"Black Panther" wasn’t just a hero movie, it told a story and shows what the black community deals with in today’s world. We should take this movie as a message to make this world a better place and show we are all equal to one another.