So there was that Milo Manara Spider-Woman #1 cover. Remember? The comic isn’t even published but the solicitation seemed a millennia ago. We first ran an article entitled “The Cover That Will Launch A Thousand Headlines” which wan’t as much an exaggeration as we first thought. And while arguments regarding the appropriateness of the cover to the launch, to the character, to the position the book had, announced at the Women of Marvel panel at San Diego Comic Con, held water for me, arguments of the anatomical possibility of the cover struck me as slightly leaky.
And some cosplayers want to prove that. By recreating that pose. So how did they do?
From io9, though the raised head on the left needed a cut and paste job.
And Shelle-Chi’s cosplay from ArtisticCurves, okay yeah, that needed some serious digital alteration. But you can see the originals here
As one cosplayer posed naked, covered in paint, to get the full effect.
But until then, here are more pages from Milo Manara’s upcoming La Caravage…
- ‘Peter Parker, Spectacular Spider-Man’ Makes Spidey An Outlaw Again In #297 - July 25, 2017
- Marvel Teams Thor & Hulk In New Comic From Jeremy Whitley, Simone Buanfantino And Alti Firmansyah - July 25, 2017
- Kieron Gillen Writing Star Wars Monthly Comic With Salvador Larocca From November - July 25, 2017
- Here’s What’s In The $500 ‘Infinity Gauntlet’ Slipcase - July 25, 2017
- Marvel Legacy: Guardians Of The Galaxy Start A New Mission In #146, Coming This November - July 25, 2017