Tchalla is not even given the courtesy of utilizing his own transportation. If I have to witness the Black Panther being carried in Dr Strange's magic sphere or hitching a ride in the fantasticar I don't know what I'm going to do.
The Black Panther forlorn and seen as a betrayer by the Hatute Zeraze, the Dora Milaje and worst of all by Shuri. Who does he turn to? Reed Richards, his new soul brother? The Illuminati? Does Namor become some twisted confidant? Will the nights in the Necropolis become so cold and lonely that in his destitution he seeks the companionship of Black Swan? Observe how easily Tchalla is being primed for isolation and detachment from Wakanda. This is a major misstep.
The ideological and cultural construct of Wakanda is essential to the Black Panther.The locus of which resides squarely in the heritage of an Afrakan people who developed civilizations and resisted colonization, enslavement and cultural infringement. These are the hallmarks that so distinguish the Black Panther. Keep him in and connected to Wakanda. One can't keep the Black Panther out of Wakanda.
Now is the time to utilize Tchalla's Techno-jungle. He secretly traverses Wakanda via it's subterranean tunnel network. It is here that Tchalla conducts experiments in vibranium and shadow physics explaining his new force field and ability to teleport.
Thus the opportunity presents itself to reintroduce Okoye and Nakia. Since a love interest is needed, these are the two best candidates. Nakia for all the obvious reasons as she is an outcast Dora Milaje who Tchalla shared mutual love and affection with.
Juxtapose her with Okoye for counter-balance and Tchalla is involved in the ideal love triangle. Tchalla now has his Betty and Veronica, his Gwen Stacy and Maryjane.
In conclusion the Black Panther requires three things...a writer in possession of a competent grasp of Afracentricity and who understands the inherent traits that should consistently define the character. Second, an artist capable of expressing the diverse aesthetics of Afrakan people and finally some serious marketing to the "so black" demographic.