Black Panther Wakanda Forever Ending explained: How many end credit scenes are there in Black Panther 2?

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever just hit theaters to show that Marvel still means business. The first film turned out to be a cultural phenomenon and contained many powerful scenes. And Ryan Coogler has done it again. It was heavy with emotion, as you would expect after the tragic death of Chadwick Boseman. But all things considered, an impossible situation was handled in the best possible way. It was a powerful outing until the very end, especially with its post-credits scene. So let’s dive deeper.

Spoiler Alert: The rest of the article contains SPOILERS. You have been warned!

Wakanda Forever Ending and Setups Explained

Conflict in Talokan

Wakanda forever ending
Tenoch Huerta Mejía as Namor in Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. © 2022 WONDER.

The Black Panther The sequel ended on a very high note as Shuri battled her inner demons and showed Namor the right path. He gave in and made Wakanda his strongest ally. But at the same time, a conflict in Talokan began to brew because just when Namor learned the ways of nobility, Namora and perhaps others like Attuma would lose faith in their K’uk’ulkan. And that sets up Namor’s own solo project where Attuma takes on Namor and makes a play for the throne.

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The New King of Wakanda

MBaku Winston Duke

Meanwhile, in Wakanda, everyone expected Shuri to show up for ritual combat, but it was M’Baku who stepped in to challenge the throne. He rightfully deserved to be the next ruler of Wakanda because he was the most powerful candidate in the nation. In addition to his leadership experience, he helped the throne every time. He helped T’Challa get his title back, he stood by the king in Infinity War and End of Game, and he accepted the Wakandans in the Jabbari Mountains when the main town was flooded. He is a true leader while Shuri lacks the experience to rule. Thus, M’Baku will be king for the foreseeable future.

Black Panther finds closure

Shuri in Wakanda forever

However, Shuri would still be Black Panther, Wakanda’s protector in Part 3. Nakia offered her a home in Haiti, so she went there to be with her. She took her mother’s advice and burned her funeral clothes to finally close herself after losing T’Challa. But we expect her to return to Wakanda as she will supposedly play a crucial role in the next two Avengers films.

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Other future configurations

Okoye and Ironheart

Before coming to Haiti, Shuri said goodbye to Riri Williams and sent her home without the Ironheart costume she had designed. But Shuri collected and returned the car that Riri built with her father as a parting gift. From now on, she would lead her own solo series Ironheart on Disney+.

Okoye rescued Everett Ross, who was accused of treason by his ex-wife Val, the CIA director and future co-creator of Team Thunderbolts. Ross would be taken back to Wakanda. Also worth noting – Okoye was in his Midnight Angel costume and would presumably continue with this new title. However, a redesign of her costume will be highly preferable in her own upcoming solo series with Aneka and probably even Ross.

Also Read: Despite Critical Acclaim, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Can’t Go Past Doctor Strange 2’s Opening Weekend Collection Proving MCU Still Has Lots to Do for Its POC Heroes

The end credits scene: how many were there?

Prince T’Challa

This time there was only one mid-credits scene and it was extremely special. Before T’Challa disappeared, Nakia became pregnant. So, she and T’Challa decided to raise the prince outside of Wakanda without the pressure of the throne. Nakia introduced Shuri to her 6-year-old nephew, Toussaint. While that was his Haitian name, his real name was Prince T’Challa, son of King T’Challa. It was a beautiful ending indeed. And like Morgan Stark, one might expect young T’Challa to become relevant in about a decade (unless there’s another time jump).

That’s all. Wakanda forever!

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is now in theaters.

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