Black Panther owns, literally, at least the Hollywood box office, because the film is on track to make more cash than the latest Star Wars movie, which is as impressive as it gets. We loved it, just check out our video review, as has most everyone else who has seen it, so it’s no surprise that we’re fascinated with all things Black Panther at this point in time.
We’re also obsessed with geek art, and one of our favorite geek artists to follow is Stephen Byrne, who we’ve featured before on our site for his comic book style animations. In fact, we just recently showed off his excellent take on Young Lando from the Solo: A Star Wars Story trailer, so yeah, we like what he does.
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— Stephen Byrne (@StephenByrne86) February 24, 2018
His latest work is for Black Panther though, but as you can see below his style remains present regardless of the pop culture property he’s exploring. Each Black Panther character he captured feels like the character from the film, but if they were turned into a cartoon. I love the look of them all, but find the Shuri piece to be my favorite, mostly because she’s a killer character, and had some of the best lines in the film. Although, I’m digging the stoic look of Okoye too, and the King himself doesn’t look too shabby. Head on down below to check the full versions out, and make sure to give Byrne a follow on Twitter by hitting his profile link above.
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