The Panther god Bast makes his MCU debut in the prologue for the film, having been name checked back in Captain America: Civil War.
The Heart-Shaped Herb, which gives the Black Panther his abilities, something that made the transition from the page to the screen.
Pictured here is Bashenga the first Black Panther in the context of the film and Marvel comics.
Oakland is the birthplace of director Ryan Coogler.
Pictures on the left is Huey P. Newton, co-founder of the Black Panther party. The superhero made his debut before the party was formed.
The Dora Milaje are refered to as "Grace Jones-looking chicks," in reference to the tall and sometimes shaved singer, supermodel, and actress.
A poster for the '90s hip-hop group appears in the apartment as well.
Further details on Klau's origin, as detailed in Avengers: Age of Ultron, are given in the scene.
This scene confirmed that Black Panther takes place just a week after Captain America: Civil War, and we see Baron Zemo pictured on the news.
This is a real place in Nigeria!
The mask that Killmonger decides to take from the museum has a striking resemblance to a mask he has worn in the comics previously.
On the right side is Princess Shuri, T'Challa's sister, who has at certain points in the source material been the ruled of Wakanda and the Black Panther.
M'Baku's mask at the waterfall fight is a reference to his comic book roots as the villain Man-Ape.
Known as "Djalia" in the pages of Black Panther, The Ancestral Plane name also comes from Marvel Comics but isn't specifically tied to Black Panther.
In reference to the viral Vine meme regarding bad shoes.
The film in reference here is none other than Back to the Future Part II which had its own lace-up sneakers too.
The purple outlines of Black Panther have been a staple of his character since he debuted, as a way to draw details of his body in the black frame, but now it's been incorporated into the costume of the film.
Martin Freeman returns as Everett Ross in the film.
Lee, co-creator of the character, appears as a casino patron.
Klau's upgraded and weaponized hand is in reference to his very silly weaponized hand from the pages of Marvel comics.
This line is ripped directly from the pages of New Avengers, though in the comics Black Panther is speaking to Namor and not Klaw.
This is in reference to Bucky Barnes who was left in Wakanda at the end of Captain America: Civil War.
Many of the other past Black Panthers can be seen in the Ancestral Plane sequence.
The gold-plated Black Panther armor worn by Killmonger also hails from Marvel Comics and is sometimes worn by T'Challa.
This scene is plucked directly from the pages of Marvel Comics.
The voice of the AI in Shuri's lab, Griot, is voiced by Trevor Noah, host of The Daily Show and a native South African.
So Disneyland exists in the MCU, but that means none of the Marvel properties are owned by Disney since they're real? Or is there some kind of in-universe alternative to Marvel?
The young kids call Bucky "White Wolf," a name used by a different character that worked as a mercenary inside and outside of Wakanda.