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YES YES YES. I took a class about African American representation, stereotypes, masculinity, racial theory and all of those difficult concepts. And let me tell you, the Black Panther broke many of those stereotypes about Africa and sought to break down racial boundaries in comic books during the civil rights movement. In the same way, Cap is important for not being a Nazi, T'Challa is important for being the first African superhero. Never underestimate the influence of the superhero.

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For those who aren't familiar with Marvel lore outside of the MCU, Red Wing was actually a falcon in the comic books. Comic book Falcon himself could really communicate with birds as well as see what they see. As the Falcon, he had bird-like powers resulting in insane reflexes and powerful instinct. Of course, in the film, Falcon and Red Wing both had to be adapted to fit into the modernity of the MCU.

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This figurine represents the Palaeolithic ‘Venus’, with overlarge breasts and belly. The faceless head bends towards the chest while the arms are pressed to the body with hands on the belly. Covering the surface of the head are rows of incisions indicating a hair style or cap. Relief work in the form of a tight plait convey a breast ornament tied up at the back. There are bracelets on the arms.

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King t'challa of Wakanda, black panther, Bucky Barnes, marvel, mcu, avengers, t'chucky, winterpanther

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In English folklore, mushroom rings were known as fairy or pixie rings. These were caused by the wee folks dancing in a circle. As they wore down the grass, they left a circular pattern of basidia (a type of mushroom) behind.

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Corinthian Helmet, bronze, Ancient Greece. The Mycenaeans made weapons and armor out of bronze to protect themselves in battles

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