There's A Hidden Message On Black Panther's Suit That You Never Noticed

There's A Hidden Message On Black Panther's Suit That You Never Noticed

An internet user has spotted a hidden easter egg in the Marvel blockbuster.

In early August, Black Panther surpassed the symbolic and historic £500 million bar at the US box office, six months after its theatrical release. However one detail of the film went unnoticed by almost everyone who saw it…

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This particularly well-hidden ‘easter egg’ was spotted by a Reddit user, which can be seen as young King T'Challa tries on the new suit designed by his sister Shuri for the first time. After taking a hit, purple Wakandan symbols appear on the surface of the suit.

Wakandan is a made up language (inspired by Xhosa, spoken in South Africa), but it has a translatable alphabet thanks to a tool launched in parallel with the film's release in cinemas. Once deciphered, the message on T'Challa's suit can be translated as ‘I love you mom.’

This is a nod to Ramonda, mother of Shuri and adoptive mother of T'Challa, played by Angela Bassett.

Check out the video above to see the hidden message for yourself! 

• Rob Mitchell
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