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How Black Panther’s Ancestral Plane Could Be Very Important In ‘Avengers 4’

If you haven’t seen Avengers: Infinity War then you shouldn’t be reading an article about Avengers 4! Turn and go back the way you came or face the SPOILERS ahead, you’ve been warned . . .


The rest of you who have seen the film are more than likely still healing from heartbreak as you watched some of your most beloved characters in the MCU turn into dust before your eyes after Thanos snapped his fingers and obliterated half of the lives in the universe. Yes, that to the shock of many included T’Challa, AKA Black Panther.




Many thought that this hero would be virtually untouchable in this film, but boy, were we wrong! Black Panther was suddenly and seemingly killed off with the rest of the ones unfortunate enough to be on the wrong side of that 50% mark . . . but what if they weren’t dead after all?




There have been many theories about how the Soul Stone could play a role in bringing some of these characters back to the reality that we know and could potentially be housing them within it like a holding cell if you will.




Another element that may shed some light on whether or not this could be true could lie in the Wakandan Ancestral Plane known as the Djalia that we were first introduced to in Black Panther.


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