Black Panther has made a huge impact on the MCU and audiences and it’s only just hit the big screen. A critical and commercial success, it’s likely we’ll be seeing more of T’Challa and Wakanda after Thanos’ war comes to an end in the final two Avengers films, which will see Black Panther return. Before that lands though, we analyzed the current film for easter eggs, references and other little moments we think you likely missed when watching the film. For example, what did the children of Wakanda mean when they called Bucky the “White Wolf”? There’s a pretty interesting meaning for it! Killmonger is one of the best MCU villains to date and he has a lot of history and motivation. There’s a lot of connective tissue between him and his Panther costume though and even more with the mask he stole in London early on in the film. There’s also a cool little fun fact concerning T’Challa’s father, T’Chaka and the actors who played him. There’s also a connection to the Oscar winning film Moonlight and how it ties back to Panther director Ryan Coogler. His reasoning for opening the film in Oakland is also important for real world history buffs-and comic book fans! There’s also a subtle reference to Doctor Strange towards the end of the film and a little nod towards the beloved film Back to the Future II courtesy of T’Challa’s sister, Shuri. One character had his name changed to be less, well...racist, compared to his original comic book roots and some arcs and images from the movie were pulled straight from the comic book page.