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These Marvel Tributes To Classic Hip-Hop Albums Are Seriously Cool

At the end of last year, Marvel released more than 50 comics featuring covers that pay tribute to some of rap’s greatest ever albums, both old and new. “For years, Marvel Comics and hip-hop culture have been engaged in an ongoing dialogue,” said the superhero-yarn giants’ Axel Alonso, who claims the series will “shine a spotlight on the seamless relationship between those two unique forces.” The first batch were revealed in July via Buzzfeed and Uproxx, and are pretty amazing – seminal albums by Dre, Wu-Tang, Lauryn Hill and more are homaged here. Check them out in all their glory below and keep an eye out for more to come…

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Squadron Supreme #1 artwork by Mike Del Mundo (Wu-Tang Clan's Enter the 36 Chambers)

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Captain America #1 artwork by Mahmud Asrar (A$AP Rocky's Long.Live.A$AP)

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The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1 artwork by Phil Noto (Tyler, the Creator's Wolf)

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Mighty Thor #1 artwork by Mike Deodato (Madvillain's Madvillany)

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All-New Wolverine #1 artwork by Keron Grant (DMX's Flesh Of My Flesh, Blood Of My Blood)

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Guardians of Infinity #1 artwork by Marco Rudy (Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp A Butterfly)

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 artwork by Dave Johnson (Curren$y's 'Verde Terrace)

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