Black Panther 2099 (Character)

Black Panther 2099

Publisher: Marvel Comics

Created by:  Robert Kirkman and Kyle Hotz

1st appearance: Black Panther 2099 #1, 2004

Real Name: K’shamba

Aliases: Black Panther, New Black Panther, Successor of T’challa

Nationality: Wakandan

Team Affiliations: none

Legal Status: Diplomatic immunity as the ruler of Wakanda

Height: 6’1                           Weight: 210 lbs
Eye Color: Brown             Hair color: Black

Relatives: Unnamed child, M’tolla (wife)

Skills and abilities: Skilled martial artist, politician, strategist and leader.

Powers: Unknown if he was given the heart shaped herb which would have given him superhuman physical characteristics.

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K’shamba was a member of the Wakandan high council who ruled Wakanda after T’challa’s last child died from unspecified sources. With no one of royal bloodline left the mantle of the Black Panther was left vacant. He was the first object to the way the high council had been ruling wakanda.

When Dr. Doom invaded Wakanda he banded together with the resistance after the council had signed over the ruling of the country to Doom for fear of their lives. Doom was interested in his countries Vibranium. He fought valiantly, decisively and with ferocity they had not seen in years. He quickly rose to leadership of the rebels and was later granted the Black Panther mantle which allowed him rally the rest of Wakanda to his coarse and they defeated Doom and drove him back.

With Doom defeated he is made the new monarch of Wakandan and the council is dissolved. It is later revealed that he is either under the control of Doom or allied with him at some point. The Dora Milaje and Hatut Zeraze seem to be non existent in his future world.


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  • January 11, 2015 at 4:49 am

    This comic sucked pretty bad; I just read it randomly on Marvel Unlimited at now I’m here to say how much I hated the end where the title character is revealed to be under the control of the antagonist he supposedly just defeated. I’m a fan of Kirkman but this book was offensive

  • February 8, 2015 at 5:44 am

    I wrote earlier that I have yet to see a Black Panther who wasn’t a complete bad ass….. You can tell I never saw this. :/


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