Actor Chadwick Boseman who played Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be honored in the comics after his death.
It’s been less than a month since the start of Black Panther, Chadwick Boseman, died tragically after a four year battle against cancer. Since then there has been a great deal of support and love for the late actor. Starting next week, Marvel Comics will pay tribute to Boseman with a message that will grace the top of their covers. Where you can read ‘Rest In Power Chadwick Boseman 1976 – 2020.’
It’s unclear if there will be more tributes written within the comics, but that seems likely. Since Chadwick Boseman playing Black Panther helped reinvigorate the comic book version of the character and sparked much more interest in his adventures, so this is definitely an appropriate tribute.
Source: The Verge
Marvel Already Knows What They Will Do With The Character In Future Movies
What happened to Chadwick Boseman is incredibly tragic. But the impact it had on the world will not be forgotten, and will undoubtedly continue to be felt for many years to come. Knowing this, the movie of Black Panther 2 will pay tribute and will Shuri Letitia Wright, who replaces him. Since Marvel did not want another actor to be the one to occupy the role, they have decided that they will make a more natural replacement that fans and the audience will surely appreciate.
As rumored so far, Shuri (Letitia Wright) who is the half-sister of T’Challa will serve as the new queen of Wakanda and will reportedly be the new ‘Black Panther’
Chadwick Boseman Funeral
The actor was buried to rest on Sept 3 in the Welfare Baptist Church cemetery in Belton, South Carolina, 17 km away from his hometown in Anderson. Our beloved ‘T-Challa’ took his last breaths at his home in LA. Chadwick Boseman underwent surgery for his multiple organ failure in March.