Marvel Star Meets His Doom


Graham Leigh, Writer

 Chadwick Boseman also known as the Black Panther died on August 28 2020 in Las Angeles due to Colon Cancer. Although Boseman had been in a 4 year long battle with his illness, he decided to keep quiet about it, the only people knowing were his family and his doctors. Chadwick Boseman was born November 29, 1976, and he died at only 43. Because the public was in the dark about it, this came as surprising yet very saddening news. Most people know Boseman for his work in the Marvel movie Black Panther, where he played Black Panther, but that is not his only movie. He has also appeared in 21 Bridges, 42, DA5 BLOODS, Get On Up, Marshall, Avengers Endgame, Message from the King, Gods of Egypt, Draft Day, Avengers Infinity War, Captain America: Civil War, Spiderman:Homecoming, The Express, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, and The Kill Hole. From Boseman’s First movie in 2008 to his last in 2020, he was an amazing actor. But his first time to shine was in 2013 when he played Jackie Robinson in the movie 42. His performance in 42 sent him for glory. Just 3 years later he made his debut for marvel in Captain America: Civil War. 2 years after that he got his first Marvel starring role in his most popular movie Black Panther. Boseman has inspired many generations to do what they want and overcome all obstacles that stand in their way.