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Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel Is Unrecognizable In Early MCU Concept Art

Carol Danvers is no stranger to getting significant redesigns in the comics, going back to her earliest days under her past codename. When Danvers debuted as “Ms. Marvel” in “Ms. Marvel” #1 (by Gerry Conway, John Buscema, Joe Sinnott, Marie Severin, and John Costanza), she wore a very risque costume that was a product of its time. Her first red and blue suit exposed her stomach, and she had bottoms that barely covered her from the waist down. In “Ms. Marvel” #20 (by Chris Claremont, Dave Cockrum, Bob Wiacek, Mary Ellen Beveridge, and Annette Kawecki), Danvers sported an even tighter ensemble with a lightning bolt across the front. However, Danvers would wear more covered-up looks during her stints as Binary and Warbird.

In 2012’s “Captain Marvel” (by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Dexter Soy, Jamie McKelvie, and Joe Caramagna), she was redesigned with a red, yellow, and blue suit, with gold details throughout; she kept her iconic sash seen in her previous iterations. The classic look was the main suit of Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel in “Captain Marvel,” with the MCU doing a stellar job bringing the costume to life on the big screen. This has remained her most popular ensemble and one she regularly uses — even if Captain Marvel got redesigned with a new costume in her main comic series.

Given the considerable change in Captain Marvel’s looks in the comics over the years, the concept design from Aleski Briclot would have made sense as it did fit the character. But it’s hard to argue that Marvel didn’t make the right choice with her live-action look.

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