but now with it long again....
it's just so confusing.
so i will say:
change the artist.
please get someone who will be consistent in her look.
does anyone have a problem with her new uniform?
i think traipsing around in a swimsuit for 30+ plus yrs is long enough.
i do miss the old uniform.
this new one is good & perfect if she does make an appearance in the next avenger film.
i don't think parents would want their daughters dressing in thigh-high boots for halloween.
we need more high profile female superheroes!
this 5:1 male to female superheroes gotta stop.
bring on the women!
: The story is just fine. I think that Kelly
: Sue Deconnick is doing an outstanding job
: with Carol. Also, the other appearances of
: Captain Marvel in the Avengers books is just
: fine. The problem with the main book is
: inconsistent artwork. No one seems to know
: just how her hair is supposed to look. I
: understand the concept that when her helmet
: forms, it pushes her hair into a sort of
: mohawk/roached effect- and that's fine. But
: maybe they could sold the whole thing by
: giving her a much shorter hairstyle and get
: it over with. As for Andrade; I understand
: some people like his stylized drawing
: (supposedly lending a sense of movement),
: but I personally cannot stand it. I'm
: begging Marvel to get someone else- please!
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