Going Rogue With the X-Men

Finding myself short on blogging time while getting ready for our trip to Massachusetts (laundry . . . so . . . much . . . laundry), so I decided to share another “fantastic” “art piece” from when I was 15 or 16. Ready? It’s . . .

Rogue X-Men

As you can see, as a young teenager, the “assets” I was most interested in were . . . Rogue’s hairstyles. Although there were some costuming elements thrown in! Going clockwise from the upper right, we’ve got Rogue in her Brotherhood of the Evil Mutants phase (when she absorbed Carol Danvers’ powers and psyche), her look when she first joined the X-Men, an early Silvestri look, and how John Romita, Jr. depicted her.

In the center is Rogue circa Inferno, which is when I was first introduced to the character. Memories . . .

Have any art or X-Men (or otherwise) character obsessions to share? Post ’em below!

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