CAPTAIN MARVEL #8
KELLY SUE DECONNICK (W)
MARCIO TAKARA (A/C)
Cover by DAVID LOPEZ
• Carol’s bombastic adventure through space with her pet, Chewie, continues!
• Rocket was right, though, Carol Corps! There’s more to Chewie than meets the eye! But, where did the Flerken come from?
• Chewie is a Mom… to hundreds. Where was she hiding all those Flerken eggs, and is this the end for Carol and her pet?
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99
carol danvers: the most precious badass ever
I so want one of these beauties for my daughter.
Oh, dude. Yes you do.
(Source: wintersoldieri, via starlords)
Have you ever seen a little girl run so fast she falls down? There’s an instant, a fraction of a second before the world catches hold of her again…a moment when she’s outrun every doubt and fear she’s ever had about herself and flies.
In that one moment, every little girl flies.
I need to find that again.
Should I talk to welovefineshirts about an “Every Little Girl Flies” tshirt?
CAPTAIN MARVEL by Pryce14
And another for my 25 Superheroes Series. Carol Danvers, Captain Marvel.
Original art by http://mckelvie.tumblr.com/
There’s nothing about this I don’t like, especially including the credit. Love it.
Happy Wednesday Marvelites! We have a great photo to share today from the cosplay photographer, Jay Tablante, who worked with our own Judy Stephens at San Diego Comic-Con last year. Above is the amazing work that Jay just released earlier this morning, so please enjoy!
Captain Marvel Cosplay
Make-up / Styling / Costume Production: Judy Stephens
Art Direction: Chris Donio / Jay Tablante
Digital Imaging: Ghani Madueno
Model: Judy Stephens
Without ever sacrificing clarity or character, Andrade’s daring, even audacious approach to figures and storytelling confounds the reader’s expectations for a modern cape comic. You can get impeccably drafted, photorealistic and cinematically rendered superhero action in any number of Marvel or DC comics, but on virtually every level Captain Marvel offers the capes fan something he or she rarely gets to see: a properly kick-ass, takes-her-cat-to-the-vet super-heroine drawn not just respectfully, but truly awesomely. No, these pictures aren’t staged like photographic images and interpreted in ink and Photoshop — these are comics, these are images that can only exist on the page, and they are exhilarating."
— Comics Alliance on Captain Marvel, The Best Comics of 2013 Part Two