The Black Panther is t'challa, the king of Wakanda. A state that pretends to be a poor and not successful African country when it is an amazing technological power that jealously guards its secrets in order not to share it with the rest of the world. The film continues almost directly after the events of "Captain America: The Civil War." In that film, the previous king of Wakanda died and Tachala took his place. The film begins with the arrangements for the Queen of t'challa ceremony - and although the film says it took only a week, everyone behaves as if it had been two years old and was quite round with the death of the previous king, in the "Well, It Happens" section. Even his wife does not really bother to shed a tear and more in the section of "How fun my son is king." Not interfere in her personal affairs too much, but: Hello? Your husband died in a terrible terror attack a few days ago? A little emotion?