Birdman receives the illustration treatment -- his famous hand pose and star tattoo -- on the cover of a special edition of Marvel’s 'The Amazing Spider-Man' comic book.

The rap mogul, along with his tattoos, blinged out watch, earrings and fly gear, is pictured sitting in a chair next to Spidey’s most-feared archenemy, the Kingpin.

Baby’s appearance on the cover of the custom edition No. 11 ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ issue is a collaborative effort with footwear company Lugz, which makes his signature Birdman boot.

"Birdman was excited when I brought the comic book opportunity to him. We put Kingpin from the comic world together with the kingpin of the music world with this special collector's edition cover," said Lugz VP of Marketing Rashaun Smith.

Both Marvel and Lugz partnered up for the cover to celebrate the Lugz Birdman Boot’s 20th anniversary. There’s no word if the comic book will be available in stores. It never looked so ill to be a villain until now.

The comic book feature follows behind Rae Sremmurd’s front cover appearance on the revamped ‘All-New Captain America' issue, which also depicts the first-ever black Captain America.

The rappers join fellow artists Eminem and Onyx, who have been immortalized on the cover of past comic books.

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