Tapping into the popular DC Bombshells statues line from DC Collectibles, QMx has released a set of prints of Ant Lucia’s conceptual artwork featuring DC’s favorite heroines and villainesses in the style of mid-century pin-ups. Lucia channels Alberto Vargas’ trademark pin-up style while capturing the strength and beauty of the likes of Wonder Woman, Catwoman, et al; and the result is a fun, sexy, and chic makeover of DC’s finest. This artwork will be also used for DC Bombshell-themed variant covers for DC’s current series in June 2014.
Ever since the release of the DC Bombshells Supergirl statue last year, Lucia’s redesigns have been a hit with collectors and cosplayers alike, with the line of statues quickly expanding and with fans emulating these stylishly retro makeovers of Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, and more.
On behalf of Valentine’s Day, here’s Jordan Gibson’s redesign of Scarlet Witch. I really dig how he streamlined the look of her headdress and cape, and how he adjusted the tones of the red and pink in her costume so that they coordinate better.
a little something for eschergirls and their redraw meme!! those of you who have been following me for a while, know that I’ve been an offender on the eschergirls blog, and the blog has and still teaches me so much about so many things so this is just a little something to show my appreciation! I always thought Supergirl’s outfit was impractical, however it wouldn’t be impractical if she were a magical girl! So behold, Mahou Shoujo Supergirl! A redraw of this!
Now, if DC Comics actually wanted my disposable income, they would’ve done mahou shoujo redesigns instead of steampunk variant covers.