Fans of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has criticized Marvel for using CGI on some of Namor’s clothing in various behind-the-scenes videos.
A new chapter featuring Black Panther, the guardian of Wakanda, has been released in theaters for a short while. The movie is receiving favorable reviews, and a sizable portion of the audience is enjoying how Marvel handled the tragic loss of Chadwick Boseman. The main character of the first movie passed away in 2020 after a cancer battle.
Tenoch Huerta’s performance is particularly praised as Namor, prince of the seas, the villain. But a clever Twitter user, ComicsOficialMx, pointed out that Marvel opted to decrease the character’s Pe*is digitally, and the internet went berserk.
As not to conflict with the earlier and far more well-known DC Aquaman, Namor, in this new iteration, now reigns over Talocan, an underwater metropolis modeled by the Aztec story of the kingdom of Talocan. Huerta described the experience of donning his Namor outfit for the first time as “overwhelming” to Variety.
Everyone pretends to be a superhero or part of these movies, and then you’re a part of it. And then you’re the superhero, and then you wear the costume. It’s your skin, your voice, your brain, your talent, and your story. It’s overwhelming