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Joss Whedon Had A Very Specific Avengers Costume Rule That Changed Marvel Forever

Rob Liefeld, who announced earlier this month that he was retiring from writing and drawing “Deadpool” at Marvel, once shared a superhero creation inspired by the joke that he overuses pouches. On his Instagram account, Liefeld showcased a new character made entirely of pouches called the Pouch, joking that he’s “always packing.” Liefeld poking fun at himself with his unique designs for the Pouch was warmly received by readers, as he’s often overly serious about his work. 

The Pouch officially debuted in “Bloodstrike” #23 in a two-page story from Liefeld titled “The Pouch,” where the pouch-filled hero takes down crime to protect the city he loves. In a hilarious scene, the comic ends with the Pouch resting in bed, where all of the different pouches that make up his body are seen split up. While Liefeld probably isn’t thrilled whenever pouch- or design-related criticisms are sent his way (whether fair or unfair), creating the Pouch showed he has a sense of humor regarding one of his most notable drawing crutches. 

However, given Joss Whedon’s dislike for pouches without any direct purpose, don’t expect him to adapt the Pouch to the big screen any time soon. His choice to not let recognizable Marvel characters have any unnecessary pouches during “The Avengers” has led to subsequent MCU costume designs following the same trend of simplification.



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