The movie “Black Panther” is all Marvel fans have ever wanted and more, judging by the film’s hype and reviews. Rotten Tomatoes critics have scored it 97 percent “fresh.” Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday says the picture “fulfills the most rote demands of superhero spectacle, yet does so with style and subtexts that feel bracingly, joyfully groundbreaking.”

Indiana Pacers forward Victor Oladipo even wore a Black Panther mask during the NBA All-Star Weekend dunk contest.

Sports fans really love the movie, too, so much so that they’ve been putting the “Black Panther” moniker and Wakanda (the fictional country of which Black Panther is king) to work on fictional sports uniforms. And they are beautiful.

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The Carolina Panthers even commissioned illustrators to reimagine the team’s look if it adopted the movie’s aesthetic. Here’s one example:

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The NFL Players Association, the league’s labor union, drew up some “Black Panther”-inspired informs to honor “NFLPA heroes.”

The concepts all have some common elements: jagged stones around the collar, a similar color scheme, some outlines and stitching to mirror the skintight suit work by T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) in the movie.

It’s all to glorify mainstream comics’ first black superhero, who has now made audiences fall in love with Wakanda on the silver screen.

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