LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Young cancer patients can now pledge “Wakanda Forever” in front of a beloved mural of the late “Black Panther” and “Avengers” star Chadwick Boseman that’s now on permanent display at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

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The mural, which was previously on display at Downtown Disney in Anaheim, was donated by artist Nikkolas Smith. The mural’s new and permanent location was unveiled on Tuesday.

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The “King Chad” mural was inspired by a visit Boseman paid to pediatric cancer patients in 2018, the same year “Black Panther” was released. Boseman died unexpectedly in 2020 of colon cancer.

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One of the first people to see the mural unveiled was 11-year-old Daniel, a cancer patient at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Even with a face mask on, Daniel’s awe at seeing the mural up close was clear to see.

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“Seeing Daniel’s reaction when it was unveiled, to see his eyes light up was unbelievable,” Smith said in a statement. “In one second you can put that joy, that hope, that inspiration in other people.”