Chadwick Boseman will forever be remembered as a sublime acting talent, infusing films like Black Panther, 42, and Get On Up with his trademark blend of charisma, vitality and vulnerability. His path to iconic status started quietly, a late bloomer by Hollywood standards. But Boseman rose to stardom with memorable roles including Jackie Robinson, James Brown, Thurgood Marshall, and of course King T'Challa, despite facing a private battle against colon cancer. This is a profound remembrance of an extraordinary life cut short, celebrating Boseman's brilliance on-screen as well as his rich existence as a generous friend, family member, and activist. Including nearly 100 full-color photographs, this commemorative book traces the actor's early days growing up in South Carolina, his string of impactful and historic movie roles, his commitment to elevating other storytellers as a producer, and the widespread impact of his artistry and unfathomable strength.