Brie Larson in her 'utility worker' Captain Marvel costume. A boring design.
The 'old' Captain Marvel costume. Fantastic! If you're going to mess with perfection then you'd better be ready for the criticism. Compared to this costume, the new Captain Marvel's uniform is a piece of shit. Like I said, she (top photo) almost looks like the guy who comes to your house to read your gas meter.
This photo reveals one of the biggest reasons the old costume will never be featured in the Captain Marvel motion picture. The sex haters (read: feminist extremist, religious nut-jobs, and your typical American coward) will never EVER allow this to be the image of a super heroic woman. If we were in the 70's -yeah, maybe. But since we're in the 2000's and mankind has gotten dumber and even more stupid that he rejects the very force of life responsible for his creation (the sex urge) we can forget about seeing something as beautiful as this flying around and saving the world.
Now here's a brighter version of the top photo featuring a cosplay actress. It works better than the top version that has Brie Larson in pretty much the same 'uniform'. But this version works better because it's brighter (the actual suit) and the woman has brighter hair. All lending it a more feminine but still powerful look. And notice the hip sash, how it accentuates one of the most important aspects of female beauty, the wider-than-men's hip area. Now look at the sash on Brie at the top; it's like a fucking towel wrapped around her mid region, not her hips. A total turnoff! The top photo features SEX HATING at it's best, folks! Nothing going on here --move along!
I'm George Alan Booker and I created the character known as Zombie Racer and then everyone and his mother started turning it into shitty video games and smelly gym shoes on the Internet so now it's just all over the damn place. Anyway I used to work in comic books, animation, and TV advertising storyboarding. Now I'm returning to comics again with the start of this website. Check the site ledger on the Home Page (Graphic Storytelling.com and Gallery subheadings listings) for samples of my artwork. Follow me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/zombieracer for satirical jokes and political commentary (it's where I chill at).