Chadwick Boseman: Disneyland reminds us of the "Black Panther" with XXL paintings

At Disneyland in California, an emotional painting will commemorate the late "Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman.

In honor of the late Marvel star Chadwick Boseman (1976-2020), an XXL painting has been unveiled on the Disneyland shopping street in Anaheim, California. The picture, which shows the "Black Panther" actor and a child with the superhero mask, was shared on the theme park's official Instagram account. The artist Nikkolas Smith is responsible for the touching picture, as can be seen from the description of the Instagram post.

Boseman kneels next to the boy, who is wearing a hospital gown in addition to the "Black Panther" mask, and both greet each other with arms crossed – the greeting of the fictional country of Wakanda, in which the title hero King T'Challa reigns as the Black Panther. Boseman, who fought colon cancer for four years away from the public, succumbed to it at the end of August 2020 at the age of just 43. At the height of his "Black Panther" career, he kept visiting children with cancer in the hospital to tell them how on the painting to give courage.