In Black Panther, Erik Killmonger's (Michael B. Jordan) ruthless skills as an assassin earned him both his nickname and a chest full of scars — tribal marks known as crocodile scarring to mark each one of his kills.
They're self-inflicted scars, as a tally of his body count. It's mentioned in the film that he spent much of his adulthood in the US military, conducting secret missions and “racking up kills like it was a video game”, hence the nickname “Killmonger”.
Ritual scarification patterned after crocodiles. It's based on what a tribe in Papua New Guinea does.
The War Dogs Tattoo is a tattoo given to select Wakandans on their inner lower lip to mark them as members of the War Dogs.
Weaknesses: Medusa, King Groot, Iron Fist: Killmonger is extremely vulnerable to Armor Break abilities. When suffering from an Armor Break, his Vibranium Armor is turned off for the duration of the Armor Break effect.
Type of Villain
Erik Killmonger is a fictional character and one of the main antagonists in Marvel Comics, serving as the main antagonist of the Black Panther comic book series. He is a terroristic supervillain who became a sworn adversary of King T'Challa.
As a part of the deep cover operation, Killmonger infiltrated the Ten Rings organization. There, he discovered that the Ten Rings were working with Obadiah Stane who wanted them to assassinate Tony Stark, so he could take control over Stark Industries, promising to provide them with the weaponry.
T'Challa won't be the only one wearing a cat-themed super-powered suit in Marvel's Black Panther. The new Black Panther trailer offered fans their first look at Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) in his "Golden Jaguar" suit, which seemed to be a modified version of T'Challa's own Black Panther suit.
2,200 Unnamed People - Killed by Killmonger off-screen, scars seen on his body.
Linda Johnson is a supporting antagonist in the 2018 Marvel film Black Panther. She is a former black-ops operative turned criminal who is the lover of Erik Killmonger until he betrayed and killed her. Named Tilda Johnson in the original cut of the film, she was portrayed by Nabiyah Be.
So first off, yes. He's in the movie—but not in the way you think. There wasn't some magic done that makes Killmonger somehow alive. In fact, the movie doubles down on him being dead because the way we get to see him is in the ancestral plane.
Killmonger's young son is last seen swearing vengeance against Black Panther, much like N'Jadaka had done years earlier after the death of his own father.
Jaguar and leopard hybrids
A leguar or lepjag is the hybrid of a male leopard and a female jaguar. The terms jagulep and lepjag are often used interchangeably, regardless of which animal was the sire. Numerous lepjags have been bred as animal actors, as they are more tractable than jaguars.
While not superhuman, he is considerably much stronger than the average human and is almost as strong as a human can be without being considered superhuman. At his peak, marvel hand-books class him to lift just under 800 lbs.
While durable, Vibranium's limits hold the metal back, and, in a fight, this could prove detrimental against The Ten Rings. Vibranium is also unpredictable as a hard enough hit can cause its stored kinetic energy to discharge involuntarily, but the rings remain firmly under the user's control.
Discovered by the Mandarin in China's “Valley of Spirits,” the Ten Rings of Power are actually the product of the dragon-like race Axonn-Karr (or Makluans) from the planet Maklu-IV. The Axonn-Karr utilized them mainly as the power source for their interstellar craft's engines.
The Ten Rings are a set of ten hung gar iron rings of unknown ancient origin, that provide the user a series of mystical powers. They were acquired by Xu Wenwu during the Middle Ages, which granted him absolute power, and provided the name and the symbol for his army known as the Ten Rings.
Every great hero has an arch nemesis. And for the Black Panther, that man is Erik Killmonger. A fierce and cunning warrior who thinks of himself as a more capable and courageous than T'Challa, Killmonger has opposed the King of Wakanda almost constantly.
His name is Namor, and he is played by Tenoch Huerta Mejía (“The Forever Purge,” “Narcos: Mexico”). But while the character may be new to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he has roots in the earliest days of Marvel Comics.
Unwilling to let his people be exploited, Namor attacks the surface world and delivers a warning to Wakanda: either they deliver the scientist who created the vibranium detector to Talokan or the kingdom of Wakanda will be the first place he attacks when Namor and his people wage war on the surface world.
Aquaman Is King Of Most Of The World
Both are two of the richest men on their respective Earths. However, Aquaman has inborn superpowers and is vastly stronger and more durable. Even out of the water, Aquaman outclasses Black Panther.
Preyy was Killmonger's trained leopard. He was killed during Killmonger's rise to power in Wakanda by Achebe.
Warning: This post contains spoilers for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Killmonger is back from the dead—sort of. Michael B. Jordan's legendary villain from the first Black Panther film makes a surprising cameo in the sequel, Wakanda Forever.