Last summer Marvel Comics paid homage to some of hip-hop’s most recognizable album covers with a series of skillfully reworked artwork. Featuring a total of over 50 covers and including LPs by the likes of The Notorious B.I.G., Lauryn Hill, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre and more, the collection brought beloved Marvel characters into the hip-hop fold.

Now they're back with more, and this time they're contemporary. The new batch features reworked editions of album covers from ScHoolboy Q, Action Bronson, Tyler, The Creator and more. Check them out below.

"Doctor Strange and The Sorcerers Supreme" by Juan Doe based on Schoolboy Q’s Blank Face LP

"Foolkiller" by Jeffrey Veregge based on Insane Clown Posse’s The Great Milenko

"Solo" by Theotis Jones based on Action Bronson & Alchemist’s Rare Chandeliers

"Great Lakes Avengers" by Damion Scott & Nathan Fairbairn based on MC Lyte’s Lyte As A Rock

"Rocket Raccoon" by Mike Deodato & Frank D’Armata based on Tyler, The Creator’s Goblin

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