So Comic-Con is officially over and there were a lot of announcements from Marvel and DC Comics. In terms of Marvel, the cast for Ant-Man and the Wasp was revealed, Captain Marvel is going to be an origin film set in the 90s’, and Black Panther released a little bit more from the movie. DC Comics showed off the new outfits for the heroes in Justice League, they announced that their next movie after Aquaman next December will be about Shazam, and they showed a short clip from the actual Aquaman movie. But what was, of course, the biggest reveals were the trailers. I’ve seen them and I have to say they’re pretty good. The first I’m going to show is Justice League. Take a look:
Why do we love Marvel movies? Is it the storylines, the phenomenal action, or is it the superheroes? It’s probably the superheroes, right? But what is it about these heroes that we love so much? Of course, we love their superpowers but if a hero looks wack then that superhero’s going to have a hard time grasping our undivided attention. And that’s why for the next few week’s segments of Who’s Your Favorite? I’m tackling the topic of outfits through Marvel, Star Wars, and DC Comics. I hope you enjoy! 🙂
(This post will stick to Marvel heroines that are only in the MCU. That means no X-Men or Deadpool characters.)
The Ancient One
The Ancient One isn’t awesome just because she’s a powerful sorcerer but her yellow robes make her stand out in the most appealing way.
And the hood’s pretty awesome too.
Nakia is of the River tribe, hence her green clothing. Her Wakandan warrior garment is feminine yet fierce and perfectly represents Nakia in the most exciting way.
And for formal events, she’s breathtaking in this beautiful dress that’s still vibrantly representative of the Wakandan river tribe.
As Valkyrie and Tarthon walked past the giant arena where the Tournament of Champions transpired a sudden uproar from within the auditorium filled the walkways with a raucous tantrum.
Tarthon’s pace slowed as he looked up at the arena wall, his eyes wide with wonder. Valkyrie saw his expression and smiled.
“Have you seen the Tournament fights?” she asked.
As another swell of ruckus within the arena bubbled up onto the pathway chills coursed down her spine.
“No, I haven’t,” Tarthon said, his eyes still focused on that incredible auditorium sitting just yards away.
Valkyrie nudged him. “Drinks can wait. Follow me.”