No, it's super fun
When I was watching it, as soon as T'Challa appeared on the battlefield to challenge Killmonger I thought to myself, "Wait, this is just Lion King"...but then, when I was trying to figure it out later I kept wanting Temptation and Conscience to be in there.
But then I took my own advice about how the problems aren't because they're Temptation-ing and they don't solve it by Conscience-ing, and then thought, "Oh, wait..."
Once I saw the connection between the objective and subjective in terms of Avoidance, there really was no other option that worked as well across all four perspectives. (Plus, I got the Temptation and Conscience in the Relationship Story).
For fun, I googled "Lion King Black Panther" and came up with tons of results. Most focus on superficial things like scene settings and locations, but many speak to the actual narrative and how many of the themes--or thematic arguments--are exactly the same.
I'm debating about whether or not to use the same exact Narrative Argument from Lion King:
Since it works so well for this film!