The Look Of Angela (UPDATE)

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Entertainment Weekly is showing off the new look of Angela, by way of Joe Quesada. Quite a trick, considering how much she seemed to change in appearance from panel to panel in the original comics…

“There was somewhat of a roadmap for doing this kind of thing that Stan Lee established back in 1962 with the return of Captain America, [the story in Avengers No. 4] ” Quesada said, referring to the issue that Lee and Jack Kirby used to insert a WWII-era creation to a new generation of readers.”He found a clever way to not just bring him back but to introduce new character elements, like the man-out-of-time subplot that added a real sympathy to Cap.”

UPDATE: Here’s a Sara Pichelli image to accompany it.

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