It hit theaters last week. Mexico the second installment of the story of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which has as antagonist to the mexican tenoch orchard, who is in charge of interpreting Namora character that has been created under the inspiration of the prehispanic cultures and such has been the popularity that this character has achieved, that euphoria has now reached the Mexican dishes.
Via Facebook An image was shared in which you can see a street stall that apparently sold drowned cakes and there is actually nothing wrong with this, come on, there are many stalls of this type in our country, which just a few months ago were quite controversial for the matter of removing the image they had on the back, thus leaving a blank space where before we saw the image of the sandwiches.
And probably, the fact of having a stall with the image of the mexican snack there is nothing wrong with it, the real problem with all this was that the cakes from Guadalajara were named after this new and emblematic villain; Namor. But if the name wasn’t enough to already go viral, it turns out that they also decided to paint the same actor in his character from the king of the ocean
In the image you can also see the character of the franchise with his characteristic accessories such as their necklaces and rings from pre-Hispanic cultures. Of course, the image quickly went viral and people did not avoid commenting how amazed with this, also highlighting out there that better if Marvel does not find out that they are profiting from the image because they “they cancel the changarro”.
Until now it is unknown in which part of the country they are or even if they are in Mexico City, but the image has already gone viral and has been shared repeatedly. We greatly applaud Mexican ingenuity and the way they not only exalt, but also support ours in their careers. Would you eat a cake?
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Black Panther: Euphoria from the movie reaches a stall of drowned cakes and is now called “Namor”