At the top of the month, Disney decided to unleash Marvel's Black Panther film for an encore presentation at select theaters around the country for free to kick off Black History Month in the United States. The film was made available to view in 250 AMC theaters and coincided with the company's donation of $1.5 million to the United Negro College Fund organization.

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Now, in the spirit of keeping the significance of Black Panther going, Marvel has opened up the opportunity for fans to grab free digital copies of the Black Panther comics. Available on Marvel's website, the selection of five comics include Black Panther #1 (2005), Black Panther: World of Wakanda #1, Marvel’s Black Panther Prelude #1, Black Panther #1 (2018), and Shuri #1. Using code "FOREVER" at checkout will grant fans free access to the work.

As for those who prefer to keep their fandom geared toward the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you can expect to catch up with T'Challa and the host of Marvel superheroes in the upcoming Avengers: Endgame film. Last week, during the Super Bowl, Marvel dropped off the first teaser attached to the film, depicting the aftermath of the events that concluded the Infinity War film. Endgame is set to arrive in theaters on April 22nd.