martotheavenger said: I think there were some other post-2000 marvel characters in the movies. Aldrich Killian and Maya Hansen in Iron Man 3, for example. Maybe we can also count the Winter Soldier. Of course Bucky, the teen sidekick, is as old as time, but the Winter Soldier persona and his storyline were around before 2000. But yes, there are many other post-2000 characters and storylines I'd love to see in the movies!
You’re right, I totally forgot those two.
And yes, they used some modern versions of ancient characters (Winter Soldier, the Guardians of Galaxy), which is good.
Manara’s anatomy is not perfect, far from it. Karine’s anatomy is not as good. On her Manara correction, Spider-Woman’s right arm on the left of the composition is just hilariously bad. The Greg Land correction is much worse. But as Heidi notes that NOT the point. The real question is if Marvel can only market comic books to straight middle aged men or if they can expand to other folks too.
I’d love to see a Becky Cloonan cover for Spider-Woman. Her anatomy isn’t perfect either, but her drawings are so entertaining and charming that I don’t care. If we applied the “perfect anatomy” standard to Becky then she’d be kicked out of comics, as would I.
Anatomy is only one tool in art and it’s not the most important.”
Pro artist Gene Ha. (via comicbookwomen)
Way to miss the point that the Manara cover is a variant.
It’s like looking at the Skottie Young variant covers and say that Marvel only market to kids.