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Appearing in "Honor"Edit

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Synopsis for "Honor"Edit

With most of the Wakandan vibranium rendered useless, multiple terrorist organizations figure Wakanda an easy target. With T'Challa and Storm away, Shuri, as the Black Panther, tackles on AIM, before going on to a conference with various tribe and faction leaders. One of the tribe leaders, G'Tuga, challenges Shuri's claim as Princess Regent, still seeing her as the party-going child she was a few years ago. When Shuri reminds him that she is the Blakc Panther, he challenges an unarmed fight for leadership. Accepting the challenge, Shuri goes out to face G'Tuga, who thrashes her around. But Shuri soon gains the upper hand and defeats him.

Appearing in "Man of God"Edit

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  • Auckaneck (Main story and flashback)

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  • Inuits
    • Cikuq
    • Tiffany
    • Tikaani (Only in flashback)
    • Sura (Only in flashback)

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Synopsis for "Man of God"Edit

An Alaskan man named Auckaneck perceives the return of Steve Rogers to be a sign of God. His grandson Chris (whom he keeps calling Cikuq) insists the Rogers is not a god and advises his daughter Tiffany to not hear anything about Captain America from her great-grandfather while he's out on his date. Nonetheless, Tiffany hears her great-grandfather's story anyway, detailing how his tribe found the frozen Cap and mistook him for a god. Next, he tried to show that he wasn't scared to fish, where he encountered Namor, whom he mistook for a spirit. The following events that resulted from Namor's rampage to the arrival of the Avengers scared him into leaving for the city. His tale is then interrupted, when Chris returns from his apparent sour date. He snaps at his daughter to get inside before snapping at his grandfather for filling her head with crazy faith about frozen superheroes. But Auckaneck doesn't care, for he believes that his encounter with Cap made his life better, as looks to his totem and the picture of him and his wife Sura.

Appearing in "Welcome Back, Zodiac"Edit

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Appearing in "Independence Day"Edit

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Synopsis for "Independence Day"Edit

Cloud 9 has been summoned by Steve Rogers to Avengers Tower. When he attempts to offer her a position in the Avengers Academy, she asks if it's mandatory, to which he replies no, for the Superhuman Registration Act has been repealed, she rips up her license and takes off her costume, excited that she's now free.

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The Heroic Age continues with more titantic tales from across the mighty Marvel U! Follow Shuri, the deadly Black Panther, as she sets the world on fire crossing paths, and claws, with the rest of MU! Find out the truth behind Captain America’s time on ice and the native peoples who stumbled across his frosty tomb! PLUS: Zodiac's back and ready for the Age of Villains to begin...and Steve Rogers: Super-Soldier has an all-new assignment for Initiative cadet Cloud 9!


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