Minimalistic art, for superheroes as for anything else, is the way to go these days. A lot more original for the time being, although that’ll probably change in a while. A nice twist on the trend is taking Superheroes and portraying them as the first letter in their names or nicknames.
B – Bane
Super villains can also be included. Plus, Bane does have his Anti-Hero moments from time to time.
B – Beast, Hank McCoy
B is also for blue, and there’s no one bluer than original X-Man Hank McCoy.
C – Captain America, Steve Rogers
Frozen, dead, spiraling through time and dimensions. Captain America has been through everything.
C – Cyclops, Scott Summers
Marvel have finally made Cyclops’ character much more interesting in recent years, taking leadership after Charles Xavier and then splitting the X-Men up.
D – Daredevil, Matt Murdock
A local, neighborhood kind of hero, and always will be, despite the bigger scale schemes he’s sometimes adapted for.
G – Gambit – Remy LeBeau
The most famous Cajun speaking persona on the planet, real or fictional?
H – Hulk, Bruce Banner
For a while, in recent issues, the Hulk and Bruce Banner were to separate entities. That didn’t last very long.
I – Iron Man, Tony Stark
The movies have turned Iron Man into Marvel’s second biggest asset after Spiderman, right up there with the X-Men.
S – Spiderman, Peter Parker
T – Thing, Ben Grimm
The least annoying quarter of the fantastic four.
T – Thor, Simply Thor
The man, the hammer, the muscles.
T – Two Face, Harvey Dent
W – Wonder Woman, Diana
Wonder Woman kinda reminds me of Wolverine in this one, but maybe it’s just the W.