Marvel Reveals New Comic Book Cover Inspired By Beyoncé’s “Formation” Video

The second issue of Marvel’s America series reinterprets a look from the visual.

Marvel Reveals New Comic Book Cover Inspired By Beyoncé’s “Formation” Video Harry How / Getty Images

Marvel has released their new cover for the second issue of its America series, inspired by a look from Beyoncé’s “Formation" video, Vulture reports. The cover, designed by illustrator Joe Quinones, recalls the pop star's hat and jewelry in scenes from the video, replacing her all-black attire with stars and stripes. The new series, written by Gabby Rivera, will be released in April.

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Marvel has often looked to popular music, namely hip-hop for inspiration. Their hip-hop variant covers have repurposed album artwork from Run The Jewels, Kanye West, Missy Elliot, and more, combining them with popular characters from the Marvel universe. See the Beyoncé-inspired comic book cover below.

My cover for America issue 2 #americachavez #formation

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Marvel Reveals New Comic Book Cover Inspired By Beyoncé’s “Formation” Video