Discussion in 'Marvel Films' started by pr0xyt0xin, Jan 21, 2013.
hopefully something impressive. But no rubber. I'd also like to see the Thing in a tank top.
i always think a costume works so much better when the character has a strong muscular physique as a hero should do really
I really have no desire to see a 1960's style on a group of people that are living in the 21st Century, doing things that are leading us into the 22nd Century. Just doesn't register as something I really think the average moviegoer, for the most part probably people that have never read an F4 comic would really enjoy seeing. There are other ways to give homage to the early comics...POSSIBLY, a version of that uniform when they are in the space ship, going to some far off galaxy, but once their, in fighting mode, etc....that comes off and what we have seen is under it.
As far as the #4, sure ok, but in 2004, I wouldn't have known whether it was this 4 or that 4, it was the #4. So sure, give the Kirby look????? ok.
What about something like the star trek 2009 uniforms?
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thanks for posting the Spock/Torch photos - the TREK uniforms are certainly no more elaborate that the original FF uniforms, and the ST movies take place in the future...I do not think any audience would have a problem with any costume design if done properly. Like I always point out, the Spider-Man costume in the '70's t.v. show looked pretty bad while the one in the movies looked fine - same design just one was created better than the other.
talking about star trek this new photo of uhura's trek 2 costume seems like a solid look material wise for F4
I actually liked the look of the costumes from the first two movies... shoot me, I know, but they looked good. You could probably mix that with the 'scaly' look of the Superman suit in Man of Steel and the original Spider-Man trilogy.
The White designs are fantastic. They're the way to go.
That's a good idea. I'd like it if they had belts, harnesses, backpacks, thing like that. As long as the accessories looked modern and didn't clash with the style of their suits.
That picture made me think,Do you think MARVEL Studios would adapt Mike Allred's FF?Can they do that legally?
Me too! They looked very modern and not too costumey.
No because it looks a sweater.
I doubt it. The name is surely part of the rights.
Besides, why would they want to?
I also liked that they actually wore costumes in the movies and not just leather jumpsuits. They even explained why they wore them. So at least we got that.
Just do some minor tweeking to the original movies costumes, doesn't need much work
Here are some concepts from the previous films...
Interesting. a little much, but still..
Some good designs, really like Johnny's arms on the top one, I just really hate when porn actors are used as bases, and I personally hate when Sue of all characters gets the keyhole treatment. I know the comics did it too, but it's gotten crap there too. Also her boobs look bad in the top pic.
Those are bad. They look like SHIELD agents from the 90's.
Or if the reboot goes with the white-and-black style... they need to make it look GOOD. Those colors don't have the kind of 'pop' primary colors (red, blue, yellow) do.
The Dr. Doom is particularly bad - and almost along the lines of what we would have gotten in FF 1 if Story had not insisted on using the mask that the costume designer had created.
I did some editing on the FF cover that was posted above and wanted to see how the white suits would look with blue instead.....what do you guys think?
Oh, and the effects on Photoshop had this really awful one called "Subtract," and this is what happened.....
LOL, the subtract effects make the Four look like Red Lanterns.
Wow! The second one looks great!! Awesome job!