Rae Sremmurd are certainly proving their staying power in hip-hop after releasing hit tracks like 'No Flex Zone' and 'No Type.' Now it looks like their fame is taking them to super hero heights.

In Marvel's major effort to become more "consciously diverse," the comic book company's revamped first issue, ‘All-New Captain America,' not only offers a number of different covers with a first-ever black Captain America but also features one with Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy. While we're not sure exactly what they're protecting, except for the obvious 'No Flex Zone' that's depicted in the image, they do look like they're having a great time doing it.

Not only were the rappers excited for the issue to come out, but they also got some love from Chance the Rapper, who tweeted about it soon after the issue's release.

Now Rae Sremmurd can join the same illustrated ranks as Eminem and Onyx who have both been featured on the cover of past comic books.

If you're loving this 'Custom Interscope Variant Cover' and need to have it, it'll cost you -- $170 to be exact. For more details on how to order this special issue, check out midtowncomics.com.

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