A showcase of multi-cultural stand-up comedians hosted by Russell Peters.
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Wakanda () is a fictional country located in Sub-Saharan Africa and ran by T'Chaka, created by Marvel Comics. It is the most prominent of several native African nations and home to the superhero Black Panther. Wakanda first appeared in Fantastic Four #52 (July 1966), and was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
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Wakanda appears in the 1994 Fantastic Four episode “Prey of the Black Panther.” The Black Panther lures the Fantastic Four to Wakanda in order to test them and see if they were worthy enough to help him fight Klaw. T'Challa appears in the Iron Man: Armored Adventures episode “Panther's Prey”. Wakanda appears in the Black Panther TV series. Like the comics, Klaw killed T'Chaka resulting in T'Challa becoming king and the new Black Panther. Later, Klaw decides to invade Wakanda and manages to round up Juggernaut, Batroc the Leaper, Cannibal, the second Radioactive Man, and the Vatican Black Knight to help him with his plans. Wakanda appears in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes micro-episode “Welcome to Wakanda”. Man-Ape challenges T'Chaka for the throne of Wakanda and manages to defeat him with some unseen help from Klaw which resulted in T'Chaka dying from his injuries. Following T'Chaka's death, Man-Ape and Klaw enslave the Wakandans and have them mine for vibranium. This causes T'Challa to become the new Black Panther as he plans to find some allies to help liberate Wakanda. In the episode “Panther's Quest”, T'Challa asked the Avengers for help to regain his kingdom from Man-Ape and Klaw. After Man-Ape and Klaw are defeated, T'Challa tells his people that they should no longer remain isolated from the rest of the world. Wakanda appears in the Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers episode “His Majesty, Black Panther!” Wakanda appears in Avengers: Ultron Revolution and Avengers: Secret Wars as both feature Black Panther.
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