As well as releasing Meinerding's new art, Disney also announced that last weekend's ABC News 20/20 broadcast of Chadwick Boseman: A Tribute for a King is now also available to stream on Disney+, included in the extras section of Black Panther on the service.
The special runs for 42 minutes and includes features and insights from several of Boseman's co-stars, with each of them discussing working with the late actor and how he has impacted their lives.More news: Officers suspended in suffocation death; protesters unswayed
Since Black Panther gained popularity, the Wakanda Forever meaning developed and became a sign used to signify black excellence. The actor made his debut as the iconic Marvel character in 2016's Captain America: Civil War before reprising the role in the standalone film Black Panther, directed by Ryan Coogler. One week before his death, Boseman was convinced that he would be able to win over cancer and return to the sets of Black Panther 2 soon. The actor hoped he would recover, even preparing himself to star in the Black Panther sequel, but sadly this was not meant to be.
Following his roles as Jackie Robinson and James Brown, Chadwick Boseman was cast as T'Challa in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.More news: Vehicle drives through Black Lives Matter crowd in Times Square
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Earlier this year, it was speculated that Disney was in search of a new Black Panther. The main takeaway: People refer to Chadwick Boseman as "King" for a reason.