Originally Posted by MessiahDecoy123
They need a scene in the Black Panther movie where he takes on each of the big three toe-to-toe besting each of them tactically. At that point they all look at each other and say they rather have this guy on their side.
Dude... that scene is so in my head...
Keep Cap off balance, put a hacking/shutdown device on Iron Man's chest, redirect Thor's lightning back at him, appeal to Banner to stop Hulk... kinda like he handled the whole group in EMH.
Obviously a bit has to be in there, since it's about a country and he gets his powers from a religious ceremony, but it could be handled in a way that's not preachy, but that builds into why his character is unique, and why his personal perspective is different than others. If we explore the politics and religion with him, then it's just character development, if he comes pre-packaged with this completely new set of politics and religion that he feels is superior and the audience is unfamiliar with/doesn't, then that creates alienation with the character.