Black Panther’s enemy is the most flawless villain in MCU?

The "Black Panther" blockbuster has received much praise for building and developing the villain Killmonger, unlike the super villains of previous Marvel films.

Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is now the most famous Hollywood movie studios. With 18 released blockbusters, Marvel has a large cast of big influence and a huge fan base.

Although not always being the best films to win Oscar or Golden Globe awards, Marvel's films have rarely disappointed fans. Fans are always treated with spectacular visual feasts of gorgeous effects, spectacular action scenes, excellent actors and meticulous visuals.

Even the easiest persons, however, must agree that Marvel’s "chronic" weakness is to build a villain. The antagonists of Marvel Cinematic Universe are often not highly appreciated by both critics and audience. The more powerful at the beginning, the easier they are defeated at the end of the movie. The strengths and motives of such evil super villains as Ultron, Red Skull and Malekith were superficially and weirdly built and developed, which is far different from the original.

Loki is the rare highlight of the "Marvel Comics super villain teams" up to now. And now fans can add another name to the list of Marvel's best villains, Killmonger.

Killmonger nutures the idea of being a villian forever

Erik Stevens (born N'Jadaka) was a former American black-ops soldier of Wakandan origin through his father, Prince N'Jobu. His savagery while serving in the US black-ops earned him the nickname Erik Killmonger. Years after T'Chaka killed his father for betraying Wakanda, Killmonger then planned to forcibly dethrone T'Challa in order to accomplish his father's plan to seize control of the world with Wakanda's technology and stop what they perceived to be the oppression of people of African descent by the world.

Killmonger is really a tough enemy.

Manipulating and then killing Ulysses Klaue to gain access to their city, Killmonger seemingly killed T'Challa during ritual combat and taking the throne, but just before Killmonger unleashed his plan as King of Wakanda to distribute Wakanda's weapons across the world, the Black Panther had returned and challenged Killmonger, eventually killing him in their final battle. His death however eventually convinced T'Challa to openly reveal Wakanda and share their resources to the rest of the world.

A brave smart and charming villain

After the murder of his father by his uncle, T'Chaka, he developed a deep-seated grudge against the Wakandan royal family and a strong desire for revenge. When he was abandoned, Killmonger came to feel that he and his father were abandoned not for their sins but because Wakanda was too flawed to see the truth they already knew.

Killmonger then dedicated his life to destroying the organizations that had oppressed Africans, making Africans the Apex ethnicity on Earth through superior Wakandan technology, destroying the current regime of Wakanda that wronged his family, and avenging his father's death.

The mighty warrior like the Black Panther is also nearly killed by Killmonger.

Killmonger idolized his father and was determined to fulfill his dream of returning to his home country. After his father's murder, however, even this positive relationship was twisted into yet another source of hatred. Taking all of this into account, Killmonger was a man with only hatred in his heart. In his perspective, he had learned the worst of his enemies to end their evil, but he was instead constantly inflicting his tainted knowledge on everyone around him.

By: Christina Baker

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