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John Byrne
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Posted: 11 April 2016 at 9:21am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Nope. I've contributed to designs for quite a few characters over the years, but Wonder Man was not one of them.
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Brad - The safari jacket look for Wonder Man debuted in Avengers #167, which was drawn by George Perez.  So if he did the re-design it would have been his second for Wonder Man in about a year (having given him his previous costume in Avengers #161).

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Geoff Lander
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This is great.  I love the way JB draws Thor.
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Robert, I'm talking about this costume:

 

Which made its debut in AVENGERS 254, IIRC.

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Bob Hall maybe?
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Wallace Sellars
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I really enjoyed how powerful the Hulk was shown to be in THE INCREDIBLE
HULK #316.

Is that the first time Hawkeye exhibited precognitive abilities?
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The second uniform is my favorite. I was really disappointed when he came out in that safari jacket.
Loved the way his was written after he came back from the dead. Unsure of himself and not really believing that he belonged as an Avenger. It has only been within the last couple of years that I found out about the "Hollywood" Simon.
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I like this later one better, by far!
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Gah! The red and white Iron Man!

I'd suggested to Mark Gruenwald that the armored Giant Man, in the "Armored Avengers" issue of WHAT IF? looked much more like an IRON Man, in blue and silver, than did the red and gold armor that Tony Stark had sported for so many years. (I still missed the gray!!) I said maybe, since they were tinkering with the design of the armor (and I was in on that) the color could be changed?

But what they did was put him in red and white -- which looked to me like a coloring mistake.

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All better than "Christmas Wonder Man" -


 



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I'd suggested to Mark Gruenwald that the armored Giant Man, in the "Armored Avengers" issue of WHAT IF? looked much more like an IRON Man, in blue and silver, than did the red and gold armor that Tony Stark had sported for so many years.
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I see what you mean, JB... the blue and silver make for a better color scheme.... never liked that red & white suit tho' (too bulky) . Looking back at this "What If" issue, I missed that version of Iron Man's armor, especially the
helmet/mask-

-C!



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