Marvel’s new film Black Panther has got viewers excited after they spotted a Welsh flag in one scene.
Set in the fictional country of Wakanda, the scene, which appears after the film’s credits, shows King T’Challa standing on stage alongside a Welsh flag at the United Nations.
It in the far right side on the end. pic.twitter.com/dZBcCKjOY4— Rhys Davies (@RhysIDavies) February 15, 2018
And Welsh viewers can’t help but wonder whether their country is independent in this Marvel universe.
Not only does #BlackPanther support Welsh independence it appears to envisage Wales as a future superpower with a privileged seat at the UN alongside USA, Japan and uh...the Netherlands. England out of sight. Class haha https://t.co/Qzr6j3F4BE— Kieran (@Par_S_Thomas) February 15, 2018
THIS IS UNBELIEVABLE!!!!!— â ï¸ â¢ 𝕽𝖔𝖝𝖝𝖎𝖊 â¢ 𝕿𝖔𝖝𝖝𝖎𝖈 â¢â ï¸ (@RoxxieToxxic) February 16, 2018
😍😍😍— Matt Youde (@mattyoude) February 15, 2018
The film, meanwhile, has been praised by critics for its representation of race and gender and the positive image it presents of Africa.
US actor Chadwick Boseman reprises his role as T’Challa – aka Black Panther – in the film.