Tupac Shakur and Marvel is probably a collaboration you never thought would happen given the rappers death 21 years ago.
However, it now exists thanks to Marvel Comics teaming up with the Tupac Shakur Estate to release a clothing collaboration between the later rapper and Black Panther.
And its as epic as it sounds.
Tupac, who died at the age of 25 in 1996 in a drive-by shooting, no doubt would have loved everything Black Panther stood for.
The Marvel blockbuster smashed box office records when it was released in February, becoming the highest-grossing superhero movie at the time.
Black Panther has since become a symbol of black excellence and Marvel fans wish they could really live in the fictional nation of Wakanda with Wakanda Forever becoming their mantra.
Ironically, Tupacs mother, the late Afeni Shakur, was a member of the civil rights group, The Black Panthers, in the 1970s so the collaboration only seems fitting.
One of the Foot Locker tees, mostly in black of course, features a side portrait photo of Tupac with the Wakanda Forever and the Black Panther costume on the front.
Another top boasts the title of Tupacs 2001 posthumous album Until the End of Time with the Black Panther character aka TChalla on the front.
Other items include a black hoodie which retails for $50 (£38.50) and a beige jumper with Tupacs photo surrounded by Wakanda-inspired embroidery.
The collection has received mixed reviews from Tupac fans, with one commenting on Foot Lockers Instagram: I love Pac. #1 fav of all time. And BP is my favorite hero. But Im personally not a fan of this collab.
Another disappointed fan weighed in: Its just a money grab profiting of his death. They couldve just done something independent but they know black panther would sell on top of the fact it has Pac.
Sharing a similar sentiment, another said: Cash grab this shit is corny.
Not everyone was against the collection though, as one supporter said: Love tupac!! He is a hero to many and the product is a great way to show his brave ness toward world view, hard life property, his Legacy and style he love his people even when his own couldnt apprieciate it such like today.
Another agreed: The last one with African pattern is sooo dope.
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