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Oliva

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seeker

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Subj: Re: I think...
Posted: Thu Apr 01, 2010 at 02:54:56 am EDT (Viewed 111 times)
Reply Subj: I think...
Posted: Wed Mar 31, 2010 at 09:49:51 pm EDT (Viewed 135 times)



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    in cases like Thor and the Warriors Three it makes it easier to identify them. I recall watching a short introduction to anime years ago and it stated the reason some anime characters in the past (and present to a degree) had outrageous hairdos or costumes was to make it easier to tell them apart.


I uderstand that logic, but these characters have been around for literally decades now...


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    As for Asgard, I think as writers got more and more away from the "sci-fi, super-advanced Asgard" you got simpler designs. They are meant to look more Vikingish. The less eccentric costumes I suppose are to let the Asgardians be taken more seriously. I seem to recall some issues where Odin would go through two or three outfits in one issue.


Again, your point is a valid one. However, if Marvel writers do an excellent job with these characters, most readers would have no recourse but to take them seriously. You can always mix the Viking style with new designs, and Jack Kirby was the TRUE master at this... Thor should don his regular Super-Hero costumes (especially the classic one) most of the time, but not all of the time. It's good for artist to come out with a new design every now and then. By the way, I really like Walter Simonson Armor costume as well as Jurgen and Bennetts. I think that he should wear them every now and them.....

http://www.immortalthor.net/thorcostumes.html

http://img216.imageshack.us/img216/1043/0545486244.jpg



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