Wakanda may be a fictional country, but the black utopian space was just brought to life.
The 1999 site was futuristic for its time, birthed black Twitter, and influenced the rest of the web too.
Afrofuturism imagines alternative possibilities for Black people through works grounded in the harsh realities of present day. Could their creations help inspire better real-world futures?
'Black Panther' reignited a longstanding cultural tradition celebrating sci fi, technology, Africa, and the power of blackness in art.
From the #MeToo movement to Afrofuturism, writers, documentarians, and other authorities offer their vision of a more utopian future.
Hyphen-Labs' Ashley Baccus-Clark co-created a VR project that puts users into the body of a black woman.
Production designer Hannah Beachler built Wakanda as an Afrofuturist dream world.
We asked Afrofuturists what they think of the superhero film.
Three creatives show VICE News what Afrofuturism looks like
Talking African metaphysics and the next wave of Afrofuturism with Dr. Reynaldo Anderson.
The first trailer follows the Marvel superhero's origin story and his fight for the throne.