Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Batman and Kitty Pryde



Kitty Pryde has always been an interesting character in that she was always depicted as a "regular girl" in the midst of so many statuesque glamor gal superheroes. We met her as an insecure kid in the pages of Uncanny X-Men and have been able to watch her mature in her emotions and abilities over the years.

I chose a Paul Smith image for this cover. He illustrated one of my favorite runs on the X-Men, the awesome and under-appreciated Leave it to Chance, and the great mini-series The Golden Age. Here are a couple of sketches by this very talented artist:

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3 comments:

Jack Roberts, Annabelle's scribe said...

Thanks! I'm glad you did her. She's my 2nd fav X-Man just under Nightcrawler.

Excellent cover. Smith is one of my fav artists as well.

Jack Norris said...

Thank you for not using any of her crappy superhero names here.

matt said...

I'm also a big fan of Paul Smiths run on the X-Men. It's when i first started collecting the X-Men. A great artist.

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