I feel like they did DOOMWAR, and then just didn't go to the logical conclusion after that: finding the vibrianium, exploring Storm and BP's relationship.
Yeah they could have followed him through Wakanda showing his and the cities everyday life, his relationship with; storm, his family, the royal staff, and the citizens of Wakanda while occasionally showing and explaining customs. They could have also showed him working, researching, and trying to find the vibranium. Which ,as you suggested in another forum, could lead to him and a team of Wakandians going into space to look for more or discover its origins. Or a Wakanda that starts to accept mysticism with its lack of vibranium
I thinkg the quest for Vibrainum is the logical next step in the Black Panthers mythos. DoomWar gave writers an opertunity to explore Vibbrainum and its origins.
I remember seeing a pic in the Fall of the Hulks comic where there is a scroll depicting Wakandan mystics calling the Vibranium comet to earth. It would be cool if Storm and her ancestor Ashake helped the Wakandans call another comet to earth.
Tupac in his Deathrow days would make like a "Hit Em Up" type of record for Wayne, and most people would be on Pac's side. Tupac's delivery is better and his subject matter is more relevant. Wayne is entertaining for some, but he so rabbit out the hat with his rhymes. It's Wayne's image that I cannot stand, and especially all these people I seen getting facial tattoos and piercing and dreds because they are a bunch of followers. In a freestyle battle, I think Wayne would take it. Pac wasn't that kind of rapper. His freestyle game is just not spectacular. Wayne apparently does not write his rhymes and is constantly just coming up with material (Pac did the same thing, sure). Wayne is good with punch lines, smilies and metaphors. These are the bread and butter of battle rappers.
I dont even think Wayne can freestyle for real. almost everything thats come out of his mouth has been written by a far supeior rapper (See Curen$$y).
Lets not forget about Darwin. His solo issue in X-Factor a few months ago had his getting shot in the face, only for his body to relocate his head into his stomach. And his powers teleported him away from Hulk instead of fighting. It can be a creative power, but often it's just a little cheap.
Its cheap when the writers arent being creative. evloution powers could be cool ifnot taken to the extreme.