Black Panther fans now have something entirely new to consume. Serial Box has released its new audio series Black Panther: Sins of the King. The series brings a new adventure, produced in conjunction with Marvel, centered on King T’Challa. Now, fans can check out the first episode, with much more to come.
Serial Box produces series that are available as both audio productions and ebooks. So the user can choose who they wish to consume it. Such is the case with this new Black Panther story. It is broken up into episodic installments that will be released through April 2021. The first episode is available now. Those who are interested in listening to the series can purchase a season pass for $9.99.
Here is the synopsis for Black Panther: Sins of the King.
“T’Challa strives for excellence—to be a fair and worthy king, a global citizen, an Avenger. But when an army of undead threatens Wakanda, The Black Panther turns to his long-lost father in the fight against his most lethal opponent yet—the demons of his past.”
Ira Madison III leads the writing team for the series. Tananarive Due, Steven Barnes, Geoffrey Thorne and Mohale Mashigo are also on board. William Jackson Harper (The Good Place, Midsommer) serves as the narrator.
Serial Box has collaborated with Marvel several times in the past. The company previously produced series centered on Black Widow, Jessica Jones and Thor.
“Sci-fi and fantasy have long explored the relationship between sons and fathers, but I thought an all-Black writing team would be uniquely equipped to tell a powerful story about Black sons and fathers, one that normally goes untold in the world of superhero stories,” Madison previously said about the new series. “It’s such an honor to bring T’Challa to life in a new story for fans of Black Panther, including myself, who never imagined while reading Avengers and Fantastic Four comics as a kid I’d get to come up with stories for the Black Panther himself.”
As for Black Panther on the big screen, Marvel Studios is still developing Black Panther 2. Chadwick Boseman, who played T’Challa in the MCU, passed away following a battle with cancer earlier this year. While Marvel’s plans for pressing forward without Boseman remain secretive, production is expected to begin next year.
Black Panther: Sins of the King is available now.