Definitely: Namor's panties with bulge in the Black Panther 2 teaser (our screenshot)

Marvel and Disney recently came under fire over Tenoch Huerta’s penis. More precisely, because of too little penis. Fans had compared images from the theatrical version and trailer of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever on Twitter, which showed clear differences in the actor’s panty volume. Marvel/Disney apparently had his genitals retouched. Now the star enlightens.

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Huerta explained this with amusement Rolling Stone :

The right photo is the original. That without [die Auswölbung]. i won’t lie Like any man, I have a fragile masculinity, but not here. The one on the right is the correct image.

So, according to Huerta, Marvel and Disney have been unfairly accused of penis reduction. And that despite the fact that genital erasure was a tradition there even before Black Panther 2. Let’s say the star doesn’t just want to spare his employer the scandal and honestly identifies the right image as an authentic depiction of his stride in the movie. So did anyone at Marvel enlarge their penis for the trailer?

Definitely: Namor’s panties with bulge in the Black Panther 2 teaser (our screenshot)

Because as everyone can see from the Black Panther 2 teaser, Huerta can be seen there with a noticeable bulge in his pants. There are only two explanations for the discrepancy to the theatrical version. Either some lecherous prankster actually had a hand in the trailer production. Or the picture on the right was the retouching against Huerta’s statement, comes from a Twitter troll and the Marvel star is better hung than he cares to admit. Sometimes there are only a few centimeters between calm and scandal.

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