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Marvel Is Releasing Free Reprints of Hip-Hop Comic Book Covers

Marvel Comics will release free reprints of the hip-hop comic book cover variants.

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Marvel Reveals Three New Hip-Hop Covers

Marvel unveils new Kendrick Lamar, Raekwon and Kook Keith related comic book covers.

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Marvel Makes a New Run The Jewels-Inspired Comic Book Cover

Marvel released a new Run The Jewels-inspired cover for the new issue of Deadpool's Secret Secret Wars #1The RTJ cover will be the alternative cover...

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Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso Says Hip-Hop And Comic Books are Closer Than Ever

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Marvel Comics Pays Tribute To Run The Jewels

The Run The Jewels movement continues to grow at a rapid rate. Breaking into the mainstream with their critically acclaimed album, Run The Jewels 2, Killer Mike and El-P have been featured on ESPN broadcasts, garnered attention from Hollywood stars, added to the bill of huge festivals, and asked to open for Jack White

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From SpongeBob to The Simpsons, fashion designers in streetwear are gaining style inspiration from the iconic cartoon characters of their childhood.   Popular streetwear labels like Supreme and Stussy have been collaborating with their signature brand of cartoon to create unique capsule collections. Whether paying tribute to superheroes or  R-rated MTV characters, these streetwear collabs represent a youthful and mellow vide.   We'll keep seeing more collaborations between street brands and cartoons in the future, but in the meantime we rounded up 10 of favorite streetwear/cartoon collections to ever exist.
From SpongeBob to The Simpsons, fashion designers in streetwear are gaining style inspiration from the iconic cartoon characters of their childhood. Popular streetwear labels like Supreme and Stussy have been collaborating with their signature brand of cartoon to create unique capsule collections. Whether paying tribute to superheroes or R-rated MTV characters, these streetwear collabs represent a youthful and mellow vide. We'll keep seeing more collaborations between street brands and cartoons in the future, but in the meantime we rounded up 10 of favorite streetwear/cartoon collections to ever exist.
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10 Best Streetwear Cartoon Collaborations

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Eminem & Ironman Team Up For Comic Book Cover

Comic book fans, hip-hop lovers, this may just blow your mind. The day after Eminem's new album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, hit stores (Nov

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