One thing one can glean from various Black Panther clips is that the final battle that every superhero movie has is going to occur in a futuristic city downtown. "I'm truly honored to contribute my knowledge of producing sound and writing music alongside Ryan 1/8Coogler, the film's director3/8 and Marvel's vision".
We all know the story of T'Challa, aka Black Panther; who he was, what he did, his intellect, attitude, bravery and all around style, swagger and flavor. I'm pretty sure the film will have a lot of memorable tunes in it.
Ross' question offers irony to the kingdom of Wakanda where Black Panther, also known as King T'Challa, rules because it is actually highly advanced in terms of technology and weaponry based on the teaser trailer. "Everyone in my network is excited about it, and you can feel it when they're not". The character first appeared in 1966, created by Marvel's Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. "Black Lightning" debuts on the CW on January 16 featuring an educator who gains electrical powers and becomes a superhero.
Cage debuted in a self-titled comic book, "Luke Cage, Hero for Hire", in 1972 with an exaggerated Afro and a catchphrase, "Sweet Christmas!"