Is it just me, or does The Black Panther seem like Disney's The Lion King in reverse?
Mufasa (T'chaka) kills Scar (N'Jobu).
Scar's son (Killmonger) is exiled thereafter and makes friends with the Jackals (Ulysses Klaue and gang).
Meanwhile, Simba (T'chaka) becomes king, supported by his mom (Ramonda) and the spiritual Rafiki (Zuri).
Simba has a love interest in Nala (Nakia), and is friends with playful and inventive Timon (Shuri+Everett K Ross), and stubborn, charge-into-battle Pumbaa (Okoye).
Crisis happens when the exile returns to the tribe and challenges the incumbent for the throne.
In the end, House Mufasa still prevails over House Scar.
Not to take away from a great movie presenting strong nuance and food for thought, but perhaps there really aren't any new stories to tell.