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Marvfolife!

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mjyoung

Subj: Re: how wide is the suit?
Posted: Mon Feb 07, 2011 at 09:05:17 am EST (Viewed 249 times)
Reply Subj: Re: how wide is the suit?
Posted: Mon Feb 07, 2011 at 02:14:47 am EST (Viewed 261 times)



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      We can go around all day about how it isn't feasible, but the bottom line is OFFICIALLY.....Both Thor AND Iron Man are 6'6. They both should be drawn as the same height. This isn't like a debate about whether or not Iron Man is as strong as Thor. Even that shouldn't be a matter of opinion but that's a more plausible argument than "I don't think IM is as tall as Thor in armor". That CANNOT be a matter of opinion. How tall are YOU? I'm 6'2. This is not my "opinion" The scale doesn't lie. This is a fact. Some things people simply aren't up for debate.



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    Yes, and we are wondering how you want that to be drawn. Should Iron Man just be much bigger (taller and wider), or just taller? If it's just taller, where do you want the artists to add those extra inches? How should those characters be drawn to scale?

    You ask like it would be difficult to achieve this. Luke Cage is 6'6 and built bigger than Lebron James. Artists seem to get HIM right. Oh and how about Cable? That guy is 6'8!!! and big. Artists seem to make his dimensions accurate. Or maybe you all (you did claim "we") forgot about those guys?


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      Personal opinion (and I could care less about Marvel's stats) is that Iron Man in armor should be about 2 or 3 inches taller than he is in person. So I'd say about 6'4.



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      Thor should probably be taller than 6'6, he should be a pretty massive guy. Lebron James is 6'8, and I don't think he should tower over Thor.





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