CAPTAIN MARVEL Costume Description Should Please Fans Of The Character's More Recent Comic Book Look

CAPTAIN MARVEL Costume Description Should Please Fans Of The Character's More Recent Comic Book Look

CAPTAIN MARVEL Costume Description Should Please Fans Of The Character's More Recent Comic Book Look

Here we have our very first description of how Brie Larson will look in her Captain Marvel costume, along with one of the villains she'll do battle against in the movie. Click on for the details.

Prepare for a barrage of Marvel news, as the studio recently invited several outlets to their headquarters on the Disney lot in Burbank, CA for a mysterious “Open House” tour. There, they were greeted with a tonne of new concept art and movie footage, including the press' first glimpse of Brie Larson as Captain Marvel.

All of the reports indicate that Carol Danvers' outfit will be mostly faithful to the character's look in Kelly Sue DeConnick's 2012/13 comic run. Here's a more detailed breakdown of the three images that were showcased courtesy of Nerdist:


"The first two featured Brie Larson in her costume, which appears to draw heavy inspiration from her classic comics suit. Though the design kept Captain Marvel’s signature eight-pointed star emblem square on the chest, its look and feel were more akin to Ant Man’s suit than Iron Man’s. Like a form-fitting armor, her suit is less spandex and more military grade, covering her whole body. Her iconic sash is more of a utility belt, favoring function over form. In the concept art she stands tall, staring off into the distance, looking hopeful but tough."

The third pic depicted Danvers engaging an unnamed baddie in combat. The mysterious character is described as "something in a giant metal suit with a helmet; the creature looked almost like the Kree sentries."

It'll probably be a while before fans get to see this artwork for themselves, but what do you make of this first description of Captain Marvel's costume? Keep an eye on CBM for more Marvel news later today.
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