“That’s generally what I find wonderful about these X-Men characters, that there are as many female characters are there male, which doesn’t seem to be the case most of the time, I find. A lot of these comic book adaptations aren’t necessarily like that a lot of the time—the women’s parts are essentially the girlfriends or whatever—so it’s really nice to play the scientist, doctor or a strong interesting character.” (x)
"The intent of [many of] the companies is redesign, reinvent, for a modern readership who want their own version of a thing as apposed to their grandfather’s version of a thing.
I’ve always thought there’s a beautiful eloquence of having a connection to something that was designed 50, 60, 75 years ago, that is essentially undiluted. They don’t need to be over-altered for the sake of upcoming generations. They don’t have to be unified.
If you have to always make characters younger because, ‘well, young people won’t connect with older protagonists,’ well, that is such horseshit.” -Alex Ross’ interview with Creative Bloq
An ad I made for Mutant Magazine #6. Mutant Magazine parodies the X-Men and Marvel Universe with columns, ads, articles, interviews, Mojo TV listings and more featuring the X-Men in various ridiculous & funny situations.