Noh-Varr

ImagineDaily’s Marvel Cast

I’m officially crashing comic’s world with MCU's world. I think it’s interesting to put somebody’s face so you can imagine the cool characters that Hollywood forgot and ignored.

Please, remember this is just my opinion. Not a big deal. Fights or offenses won’t be tolerated.

Daniel Craig as Barney Barton

Originally posted by haidaspicciare

Natalie Dormer as Barbara Morse, Mockingbird 

Originally posted by athenawithaegis

Priyanka Chopra as Jennifer Susan Walters, She-Hulk

Originally posted by cinnameechbun

Shay Mitchell as Jessica Drew, Spider-woman

Originally posted by prettylittleliarsxxxx

Jamie Chung as Cindy Moon, Silk

Originally posted by jamiejchung

Arden Cho as Kate Bishop

Originally posted by hunnvm

Dane Dehaan as Noh-Varr

Originally posted by lei1aa

Zendaya as America Chavez

Originally posted by illbereadysoon

Amandla Stenberg as Riri Williams, IronHeart

Originally posted by trapstrblog

Cole Sprouse as Billy Kaplan, Wiccan

Originally posted by feeltheweirdeness

Taron Egerton as Teddy Altman, Hulkling

Originally posted by thetaronblog

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A little know fact is that I have interest other than US History and one of those is literally every LGBT character marvel has release, and since the young avengers is pretty much entirely LGBT i’m hooked. Also I literally can’t find an answer, is Teddy actually a prince or is it a different title? 

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Superhero Aesthetics // Young Avengers

We’ve got a super-soldier, a giant girl, a robot from the 30th century, a Skrull/Kree super-soldier, Billy (who, yeah, is kind of lame, but can cast spells), an Olympic class archer and martial artist, and… me.

Requests

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Young Avengers (2013)

Young Avengers 004 - Animated Cover

Young Avengers Vol 2 - Issue 004
Written by Kieron Gillen
Art by Jamie McKelvie

A while back I did a quickie review of issue 1 of Young Avengers. I didn’t get into it too intensely, mostly based on my unfamiliarity with the characters.  I recently caught up with issue 4 and I’m definitely digging it more now.  I still don’t really know too much about the characters’ back stories but I’m following along well enough and it’s quite fun and refreshing.  When you put Gillen and McKelvie together on a book though, it’s bound to turn into something special.  Plus I love the cover design, hence why I decided to animate it. 

If you like this whole animated comic cover business, check out the animation I did for Becky Cloonan’s The Mire