the thing about killmonger's father is that he didn't betray wakanda for personal gain, he did it to spark a revolution after living in the ghetto and seeing what was happening to black people while wakanda was doing nothing.
A lot of these seem like nitpicks that could apply to most other superhero movies, but yeah, I agree with some (especially with the whole vibranium is overpowered stuff)
They mostly are nitpicks. I had a great time and really enjoyed the film. It's probably in my top five superhero films of all time. Almost cried a couple of times because it stirred up emotions in me that I can't even explain.
Really glad you liked it! And I appreciate the winking OP. One could find plot holes in almost any movie if he or she looks hard enough, but it begs the question: why look hard enough?
That said, Black Panther did leave me a little cold. There are flashes of greatness in it, but I think the uneven pacing and disjointed story structure hold it back; I feel like the producers tried to cram Black Panther 1 and 2 into 135 minutes, and that just doesn't work. Plus, the compositing was pretty awful and some of the action was either clumsy or incoherent.
I have a feeling Black Panther 2 will be much better.