|Posted: 13 August 2009 at 2:59pm | IP Logged | 11
Thanks for your replies so quick!
Malicia means "mischievous" in French. I think it's nice, it sounds like "Alicia". "Rogue" sounds less feminine. I also prefer the name "Serval" in French for "Wolverine". It's more simple.
I suppose we can find more drawings made by Paul Smith / Bob Wiacek than by JB like this one, very good: http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Comics:Uncanny_X-Men_Vol_1_173
I love her fashion style since my teenager age: very covered and including lines like the sporting suit of Emma Peel from The Avengers on TV. I think it can complete this style because we knew Emma Peel only from 1965 to 1967. Malicia includes fashion forms from the 80's so it goes further. I love how the cartoonnists worked on women heroes' fashion sometimes, very impressive!
Thanks to Internet, I already found great and rare pics about fashion, like those of the big star Greta Garbo! I hope to get the same for Malicia / Rogue or to create my own templates about it, to imagine new suits...
I love the way J. Byrne draws because the bodies always look balanced with him.
Edited by Malicia personal on 13 August 2009 at 3:00pm