On Marvel’s “Avengers Assemble: Ultron Revolution”, the Avengers will see “Panther’s Rage” when ‘Earth’s Mightiest Heroes’ must put aside their differences in helping the Black Panther save the African nation of Wakanda from the evil plans of Klaue, whose purpose is to obtain the metal responsible for the shield of the real red-white-blue shield known as Captain America: Vibranium. After all, Cap is the world’s first super-soldier, the world’s first Avenger, the kid from Brooklyn who doesn’t like bullies – no matter where they come from.
Still, the king of Wakanda named T’Challa is the Black Panther, the world’s first black superhero: paving the way for Sam Wilson/Falcon; half-human, half-vampire slayer Blade, the Daywalker, and hero-for-hire Luke Cage/Power Man (come September 30, he will defend for justice in Harlem on Netflix)
In honor of his 50th anniversary Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) made his big-screen debut in “Captain America: Civil War”, which also celebrated Cap’s 75th anniversary. Though he isn’t one for politics in taking sides between Team Cap (Chris Evans) and Team Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.) over superhero registration, Black Panther was on the side of vengeance against Cap’s long-lost friend Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan), who was framed for the murder of T’Challa’s father and several major terrorist attacks. Black Panther will have his solo movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe sometime in 2018, followed by the possibility of becoming an Avenger himself for the upcoming “Infinity War” that same year.
In its third season, Marvel’s “Avengers Assemble: Ultron Revolution” continues to show Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Falcon, Thor, and Hulk united as ‘Earth’s Mightiest Heroes’: the magnificent seven of superheroes whose battles not only included foes such as Baron Zemo and Kang the Conqueror, but they also must prevent the age of Ultron once again.
Marvel’s “Avengers Assemble: Ultron Revolution” airs Sundays on Disney XD.