T’Challa was depicted as king and protector of Wakanda, a hidden nation of great wealth and advanced technology. By consuming a special heart-shaped herb, Black Panther gained a link with the Wakandan Panther god Bast, which in turn granted him enhanced strength, senses, speed, and reflexes.
Black Panther Success
Black Panther has been well-received in the comic book world and gained fame through several appearances across different volumes. The first among his latest appearances was in the 2016 movie Captain America: Civil War, where the hero was portrayed by Chadwick Boseman (1976-2020).
Black Panther’s namesake movie appeared in 2018, with Boseman reprising his role as T’Challa. The superhero was one of those who fell to Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War (2018) but was revived to make a last stand against the universal threat in Avengers: Endgame (2020).
The 2018 Black Panther movie was definitely one of the more successful products from the franchise. One of the most sought-after elements from the film is the typography used.
Awesome Black Panther Fonts
The title seems to employ two fonts: Wolf’s Bane II by Iconian Fonts and Decotura, both free. The typeface at the end credits were confirmed to be BEYNO by Fabian Korn (PREMIUM). For something similar and free of charge, you can try Wakanda Fanther font by SpideRaYsfoNtS. Other Black Panther-inspired fonts include Prince Of Darkness by Comicraft (PREMIUM) and Panthera by geneus1 (FREE).