There might be those of you who look at this post and wonder – WTF? I don’t blame you. Comics in general are hard to keep up with and I for one have to remind myself that’s what the internet is for. Yet, for the most part, if it’s Spider-Man related, I typically try and stay on the up and up.
I first found out about the Spider-Verse back in March and still didn’t really grasp what it was going to be. I finally got my hands on the first issue not too long ago and I’ll admit that I was a little less enthusiastic. It’s a fun idea but I’m glad that it was a short lived series. However, there was one great thing that came out of it…Gwen Stacy.
This is where the Spider-Verse shined. It took a character that was loved by the majority of the comic book world and spun her (oh yes, pun intended) in such a way that we all just fell in love with her all over again. I wanted to take a moment and just showcase some deviant artist renditions of the fantastic look that comic book artist Robbi Rodriguez had bestowed upon the beloved heroine. It’s not all that often I get excited about a new comic character – but this costume was an instant hit with me and having Gwen Stacy as the one wearing it was just the icing on the cake.
Robbi Rodriguez original concept:
So what about you Unrealtors? Anyone have a favorite comic hero outfit that seems to draw you into the pages? If so, let me know in the comments so I can go check them out!
Hey guys & gals, my name is Lucas Tetrault and if you like this post or any of the others I’ve done – please feel free to venture over to my Blog and take a gander at some other stuff I write about. I promise I don’t intend to waste your time.
I work as a Creative Director and spend time away from my job with my wife and son, writing for Unreality, and trying to be creative with my own personal projects.