Arthur Curry will be the new ruler of Atlantis in Aquaman 2, but according to one theory, the difficulties encountered could make him as disturbed and violent as Killmonger in Black Panther.
In the MCU or in superhero movies in general, only the good guys win the ultimate battle. An unshakeable rule? In fact, if Killmonger did not triumph in Black Panther , he can boast of being the only villain to have had any real influence on his opponent's actions. Much like Thanos, the villain fought a fight motivated by good intentions, but his course of action was far too brutal, aggressive, and rambling to be validated by the superheroes of this world. If he acts in a disconcerting way, it is because he has lived through many family traumas. A painful passive that he shares with another character, this time from DC Comics, Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa), the hero of Aquaman. The two protagonists lived a tormented childhood, being constantly placed in a kind of competition in which they had to face their own brother. If Arthur managed to beat his half-brother Orm and become the King of Atlantis in Aquaman , many fans believe there is a good chance that he will become like Killmonger (Black Panther), a tormented being who does not reacts only with violence.