Many fans have been hoping that the eventual MCU versions of Xavier’s students will resemble their comic book counterparts more, at least in terms of their costuming. And since the MCU has never had a problem embracing the bright colors of the comics, this is a real possibility. Grassetti has created incredible designs for several of the most iconic X-Men, as he hopes they will appear when they make their reappearance. And if Grassetti’s name sounds familiar at all, it’s because he was responsible for the realistic interpretations of several
Fans have always wanted to see what a cinematic Wolverine would look like in a version of his comic book costume. We can only hope it looks as cool as this does!
The Master of Magnetism gets an outfit which reflects his comic book colors a bit more. And that is definitely a Jack Kirby-inspired helmet.
Storm, in the original
This version of Beast looks more feral and dangerous, and evokes the version of Hank McCoy as drawn by artist Jim Lee in the ’90s.
Kitty Pryde is sporting a look which should remind fans of the original costume she wore when she made her debut in the early ’80s run of
Colossus looks similar to his
Nightcrawler was one of the most comic book accurate characters in the original films, so the change isn’t too drastic here. But it’s nice to see Kurt Wagner in his signature red and black.
And finally, team leader Cyclops is finally wearing blue and yellow, evoking his ’90s
There are still some major characters we hope Grassetti gets to, including Rogue, Gambit, Jean Grey, Iceman, and Angel. If Kevin Feige hires this guy to give the MCU X-Men their looks, we don’t think too many fans will complain at all.
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