Seeing as how Black Panther is the 18th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the fact it ends with two credits scenes is hardly a surprise. What is a surprise, though, is that while these scenes seem relatively self-explanatory, there's a lot more going on in them than you'd think - especially in the second scene.
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Though Black Panther will be Marvel's first film with a black lead and a predominantly black cast, the Wakandan king isn't the first black hero to take center stage in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That distinction belongs to James Rhodes - War Machine - a character who almost got his own solo movie.
Black Panther presented director Ryan Coogler and his team with the task of bringing the iconic character to the big screen, but that wasn't the hardest part. The hardest part was creating an entire country, more technologically advanced than anywhere on the planet, based around an indestructible super-metal that doesn't exist in the real world. The process started with a single question.