Tuesday, April 05, 2011

TRAVIS CHAREST PROJECT TO FEATURE CAPTAIN AMERICA AND WOLVERINE

Travis Charest on WildC.A.T's was one of those rare instances where you not only were scared of damaging the pages for non-collector based reasons, but when you saw how he rendered Grifter and gang, you were set he was going to change the comics illustration game for good. God if only.

Now Travis after a bit of a less high profile focus on his own creator based work Spacegirl, has got a project on the go at the House Of Ideas, and it features not only Cap but Wolverine - dropping the pair smack bang in the middle of the 1940's for a decent chunk of the adventure.

A Charest fan through and through, my wallet is already sucking up spare change in preparation for it. For more check out Travis's website!

6 comments:

  1. Great stuff. I love the nod to the movie Cap costume with the helmet. But those look like Adamantium claws on Logan...

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  2. I noticed that too Craig - it kind of reminds me of that famous X-Men cover (Uncanny 268) - maybe that gun-0totting lassie is the Black Widow?

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  3. I thought that too. How many red haired heroines can there be in the Marvel universe. Oh, that many? Forget it.

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  4. Yes Marvel was an early contributor to the secret rights movement that is 'Ginga's for Justice'... sure that Spice Girl set us back a few years but Jean, Medusa, Black Widow, and Crystal sure helped out!

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  5. 'Ginga's for Justice' UNITE!
    And it probably is the Widow. Makes sense for the timeline, and really. Who doesn't want her in their book?

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  6. Marvel has so many strong females who could hold their own book but don't. Rouge, Spider-Woman, Black Widow and how She-Hulk can keep getting canned is a mystery - she's one of the best females in comics!

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