Marvel Now! Costumes
Kris Anka showcases the various outfits being worn by Cyclops, Scarlet Witch, Invisible Woman, Spider-Man, She-Hulk, Iron Man, Deadpool, Red She-Hulk, Thor, Rogue, Cable, Captain America, Sif, Hulk, Hawkeye, Broo, Noh Varr, Stealth Iron Man, Elektra, and Nova in the latest Marvel issues.

Marvel Now! Costumes

Kris Anka showcases the various outfits being worn by Cyclops, Scarlet Witch, Invisible Woman, Spider-Man, She-Hulk, Iron Man, Deadpool, Red She-Hulk, Thor, Rogue, Cable, Captain America, Sif, Hulk, Hawkeye, Broo, Noh Varr, Stealth Iron Man, Elektra, and Nova in the latest Marvel issues.

A Little Bit On The X-Women Side: Kevin Wada has some more bonus X-Men redesigns with this recent commission piece of Rogue, Ms. Marvel, Emma Frost, Polaris, Storm, Psylocke, and Sage.

A Little Bit On The X-Women Side: Kevin Wada has some more bonus X-Men redesigns with this recent commission piece of Rogue, Ms. Marvel, Emma Frost, Polaris, Storm, Psylocke, and Sage.

Daily Graffiti: Rogue from the X-Men makes a cameo on a wall in Giessen, Germany by the 3Steps Crew.
Check out the DAILY GRAFFITI ARCHIVES for more geektastic street art!

Daily Graffiti: Rogue from the X-Men makes a cameo on a wall in Giessen, Germany by the 3Steps Crew.

Check out the DAILY GRAFFITI ARCHIVES for more geektastic street art!

Rogue Warrior
Rogue has certainly seen better days on the X-Men as there’s no love lost between Cyclops’s team and Wolverine’s team. Mark Brooks (a.k.a. diablo2003) provides the cover for February’s X-Men Legacy #262.

Rogue Warrior

Rogue has certainly seen better days on the X-Men as there’s no love lost between Cyclops’s team and Wolverine’s team. Mark Brooks (a.k.a. diablo2003) provides the cover for February’s X-Men Legacy #262.

Bayville Sirens
I’ve been watching X-Men: Evolution ever since it arrived on Netflix Instant and I’m glad that I’m not the only one that noticed how the writers have handled Rogue and Mystique’s characters. Noelle Stevenson, master of picking up on subtext, went so far as to make a comic about it.

Bayville Sirens

I’ve been watching X-Men: Evolution ever since it arrived on Netflix Instant and I’m glad that I’m not the only one that noticed how the writers have handled Rogue and Mystique’s characters. Noelle Stevenson, master of picking up on subtext, went so far as to make a comic about it.

(Source: gingerhaze)

Xavier’s Prep School for Gifted Youngsters

Katie Shanahan and Jake Wyatt depict how Rogue, Jubilee, Kitty Pryde, Colossus, and Cannonball would look like if Professor X actually ran a school and not sent his students to fight his battles for him. And if these illustrations make you want to read more about extraordinary teens in an academic background, make sure to catch Nick Spencer’s current work on Ultimate Comics: X-Men and on Morning Glories.

(Source: fanartfriday)

Mutant Project Runway

Max Wittert shows that Jubilee, Psylocke, Rogue, and Storm also possess the secondary mutation of great fashion sense. Prints will be available this weekend at Alternative Press Expo.

(Source: maxwittert.blogspot.com)

X-Ducks
Now that Disney and Marvel are  connected, perhaps we can see more artwork like this of Uncle Scrooge,  Huey, Dewey, Louie, Webby, Gosalyn, and Honker by Amy Mebberson (a.k.a. mimi-na).

X-Ducks

Now that Disney and Marvel are connected, perhaps we can see more artwork like this of Uncle Scrooge, Huey, Dewey, Louie, Webby, Gosalyn, and Honker by Amy Mebberson (a.k.a. mimi-na).

(Source: amymebberson)

Gone Rogue
Here is Frank Cho's cover to the upcoming issue of X-Men: Schism #2, set to come out in July. After runs on Spider-Man, Shanna the She-Devil, and The Avengers, I’m glad he’s finally getting a shot at Marvel’s premiere mutant team with his interior art, which you can see HERE. Alright, now I’m off to go see X-Men: First Class for myself.

Gone Rogue

Here is Frank Cho's cover to the upcoming issue of X-Men: Schism #2, set to come out in July. After runs on Spider-Man, Shanna the She-Devil, and The Avengers, I’m glad he’s finally getting a shot at Marvel’s premiere mutant team with his interior art, which you can see HERE. Alright, now I’m off to go see X-Men: First Class for myself.

Women of Comics Magazine Covers - by Jamie Tyndall 
Too busy oggling to think up a clever write-up. Enjoy!

Women of Comics Magazine Covers - by Jamie Tyndall

Too busy oggling to think up a clever write-up. Enjoy!

(Source: herochan)

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