He has cornrows in some early issues of NA. I think Luke ideally has a short fade as he did in the 90s book, shaved on the sides. You don't want some villain grabbing the hair. I think the shaved head in NA was so he'd look different from Tony stark, who had the same goatie. Since the artist would not draw him 6'6", he shaved his head. Pathetic. --Previous Message--
: I don't particularly have a problem with the
: bald head but i would like some consistency.
: For the life of me i can't figure out how
: Cage has hair in the Pulse but does not have
: hair in the New Avengers. Especially since
: these activities are occurring within days
: or weeks of each other. Jessica has the baby
: in issue 13 of the Pulse and Luke has hair.
: Yet he doesn't have hair in the New Avengers
: before the baby is born.
: In do like the braid look he used during the
: House of M storyline but i suppose it is
: more difficult for the artist to draw
: --Previous Message--
: What do you all think about Cage having a
: head? In my opinion, I would like to see
: Cage with hair once again. I thought it
: would be cool if he had cornrows and wore a
: headband (not a tiara). It seems to me the
: bald head black guy in comics is overdone.
He has cornrows in some early issues of NA.
I think Luke ideally has a short fade as he did in the 90s book, shaved on the sides. You don't want some villain grabbing the hair.
I think the shaved head in NA was so he'd look different from Tony stark, who had the same goatie. Since the artist would not draw him 6'6", he shaved his head. Pathetic.
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