The incredible actor Chadwick Boseman passes away from stage four colon cancer. On his final day August 28, 2020 he passed at his home surrounded by his beloved family. He leaves a legacy behind to empower people of color across the globe.
He was battling this illness since the year 2016. Over the course of this short time Chadwick managed to make several movies including Da 5 Bloods, 21 Bridges, 42, and the most iconic Black Panther as King T’Challa.
Black Panther released in theaters February 16, 2018. The movie broke records at the box office and earned over a billion dollars worldwide. The film brought numerous communities together all cheering for the excellence of Black and African culture.
The film itself is a key component to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film Black Panther (2018) serves as a follow up from his first cinematic appearance in Captain America Civil War (2016).
Black Panther was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. The African Superhero first made his appearance in Marvel Comics back in 1966 in Fantastic Four #52.
Wakanda Forever! for his journey and piece of history will live on through the people.