He meets up with Shuri, and thanks her — presumably for. It certainly seems like Bucky Barnes is his old self again. Let's start with the post-credits scene first, which shows a small Wakandan village where Bucky is being rehabilitated by Shuri. If Bucky isn't going to be pulled out of his induced hibernation to help back up T'Challa, he definitely needs to make an appearance once the story's over. If you have already seen Black Panther and want to learn more about what those ending scenes really mean, you can check out this helpful. First of all, he was addressing the U.
He also says he no longer wants Wakanda to be an isolationist country. Last seen being secreted into Wakanda and entrusted into the care of T'Challa by his best pal Steve, Bucky Sebastian Stan has awoken. Black Panther is the most exciting movie to come out in years, and the fact that it has a mind-blowing soundtrack only cements it as such. We see, first in first-person perspective, someone waking up in an isolated Wakandan village, surrounded by curious Wakandan children. Black Panther: The Album is available now. Of course, it's none other than Sebastian Stan's Bucky Barnes, aka the Winter Soldier, who was granted sanctuary by T'Challa at the end of 2016's Captain America: Civil War, with one arm and a fear of being turned into a stone-cold killer again. Black Panther is more than just another superhero movie.
Shuri sure does love working to fix broken white boys. With Marvel , it would make sense for the studio to circle back to where it started. But after all the dust settles, and fans prepare to hunt down every Black Panther Easter egg and secret comic book nod, deliver the real knockout blows. Marvel Comics released a story that fills in the gap between these scenes called Avengers: Infinity War Prelude 1. You can take the time while it plays to gather yourself and shake off your goosebumps that inevitably appeared throughout the film while waiting for the post-credits scenes that every Marvel movie includes.
But Black Panther comics fans may have gotten an extra layer of meaning here. The scene also functions as a preview of Avengers: Infinity War and hints at a new mystery. He wakes up and goes outside, where Shuri approaches to check on him. T'Challa learns, over the course of Black Panther, that Wakanda should perhaps be using its resources and help save the rest of the world -- not retreat from it. Acclaimed as one of Marvel's best solo films since the very start, where the movie leaves T'Challa and his kingdom of Wakanda will have fans talking for months to come. What's important is that Bucky is officially a good guy again, just in time for the ultimate big bad to arrive.
Related: In the end, it may be the name he's referred to by those Wakandan children that spells out his true destiny. So that red and blue blanket might be a hint of costumes to come. It was indeed time for Wakanda to share its resources with the world, but through altruistic means that would help build a better tomorrow for everyone. It opens with somebody regaining consciousness in an isolated village in Wakanda, surrounded by three young locals. She walks away and beckons him to go with her.
After all, we can venture a guess that Wakandan weapons stand a better chance against Thanos than standard military faire--but will they be ready in time for Infinity War? They will finally be showing the world what they have to offer. But there is one more comic book layer on this scene, in the form of the nickname that those Wakandan kids have for Bucky. T'Challa appearing at the U. Fans looking for a full breakdown of the comic's explanation for should pick up the issue themselves get a bonus glimpse of with Widow and Falcon. There is, in the comics, a character known as White Wolf.
As the leader of the War Dogs, he became known as the White Wolf. Given Bucky's training as a spy and assassin, him finding a way to either work for or with the War Dogs during Infinity War and into the future seems like a logical narrative step--and one that could dovetail into an expanded role for other Wakandan special forces like the in the future, especially if Bucky finally picks up Cap's shield for keeps in Phase Four. Defending Wakanda while still trying to do good for the world could very well be the premise for a potential Black Panther sequel. Could you let me know of any other minor details referenced incorrectly in other Uproxx articles. Clearly, Hunter doesn't line up all that well with Bucky's bio in the movies. In particular, fans can't stop asking, after they hear it start up after the movie ends. More recent releases like Spider-Man: Homecoming and Thor: Ragnarok have also included past hits by bands like The Ramones and Led Zeppelin.
He's definitely due for a Vibranium upgrade. The kids we just saw come running out of a house to greet Shuri. The Winter Soldier could be picking up new fighting skills, but hopefully, he also will also learn something that will help in the fight against Thanos. The next post-credits scene starts with a bunch of children looking over someone. In it, he proclaims that Wakanda has spent far too long watching from the shadows, keeping their knowledge and their resources from the outside world.