The giant Black Panther mushroom cloud is reaching critical mass. The march 8 issue Rolling Stone will be marked by Chadwick Boseman's cover appearance. The artistic direction, styled in a black & white-indigo hue, embodies the significant forces at work in this project. In fact we will begin to describe its cultural impact when this moment comes to pass.
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The cover photo depicts the film's star looking extremely chisel in leather pants and what can be aptly be described as a skinned panther at shoulder length. the cover oozes sex appeal and an importance that is deserved but not forthcoming.
Beyond the main function the cover art is a in-depth interview in which Chadwick Boseman aknowledges the special moment in history that he is part , in which he describes the making this film as "a sea-change moment."
"I still remember the excitement people had seeing Malcolm X. And this is greater, because it includes other people, too. Everybody comes to see the Marvel movie."