do they.... do they say "love ya" to each other a lot?????
Johnny said it once to Peter sarcastically in the early days (Marvel Team Up #1) and said “we all love you” in his holograph will (Amazing Spider-Man #657) but this is the first time I’ve seen Peter say it! :D I thought the casual way they do it – plus the hug! – made it seem like it’s a pretty normal thing for him to say, though.
Related: I’m really delighted that Peter apparently paid for lunch and is letting Johnny pick the movie.
Comic book artists don’t often put much thought into what street clothes look like, so the answer to this ends up being, ‘well, whatever.’
Or, more specifically, well, whatever reflects the period. I know nothing about the fashion of any era, and anyone hoping I’ll comment on it knowingly is outta luck. I do, however, know all about Wanda’s history, so, in lieu of summing up her style, which she doesn’t really have, I’m going to go through various periods and post some examples.
This is a long post. It’s five decades of history and no quick answers.
from Avengers Vol. 1 #16 & 18
In the 60′s, Wanda tends towards “furry” and “fancy.” She’s a celebrity who likes going to the theater. There are luxurious fur coats, but there’s also whatever that matching pink vest/pant combo above is (with a white undershirt?). Mainly, she wears generic, nondescript shirt-and-skirt outfits or dresses. The color palette isn’t too distinct either. Lots of pink, orange, red, brown, white. She’s not walking around in red red red all day, but she’s not wearing a whole range that includes blue or green either.
MARVEL TEAM-UP Vol. 1, No. 104, April 1981 Starring The Hulk and Ka-Zar “Modok Must Triumph” Script Roger McKenzie, Pencils Jerry Bingham Inks Mike Esposito, Letters Diana Albers Colors Christie Scheele, Editor Denny O'Neil
Let’s start as always with her first appearance in Tales to Astonish #44 until #69 if you want you can read her origin in Avengers Origin: Ant-Man and The Wasp or just skip that and continue on with the list