New Black Panther Video Shows How Dangerous T'Challa's Suit Can Be

"This ends today."


When the first clip of Black Panther was released, it gave fans some idea of the powers King T'Challa's (Chadwick Boseman) suit was capable of. In a new TV spot, though, it looks like it's far more powerful than anyone could have expected.

As previously explained by T'Challa's sister Shuri (Letitia Wright), not only is the suit bulletproof, but it absorbs kinetic energy. The Black Panther can then use that energy to deliver a devastating blow to an enemy. However, as seen in this new video, it's able to handle more than a single baddie. Instead, the superhero can punch the ground, creating a pulse that can take out a number of foes at once.

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Powers and technology like this are one of the exciting things about the upcoming Black Panther movie. It was well-established in Captain America: Civil War that T'Challa's home country of Wakanda is very isolated from the rest of the world. That gives this movie the room to explore incredibly advanced technology that might seem crazy, even for a Marvel Cinematic Universe that includes aliens, green rage monsters, and a rich guy in a flying metal suit.

It's enough to make you wonder what else Black Panther and his adversaries can do in the movie. If these are the powers being given away in teasers and trailers, there's bound to be some very interesting tricks up this movie's sleeve.

Luckily, you won't have to wait long to find out all of Black Panther's secrets. The movie opens in theaters on February 16.

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