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The Crow Wears Makeup For A Tragic Reason

After Brandon Lee rocked the vengeful Edward Scissorhands look, Vincent Pérez took the lead in “The Crow: City of Angels” as Ashe Corven in 1996, who returns to life to avenge the death of his son. Set in the same universe as “The Crow,” a now grown-up Sarah Mohr (Mia Kirshner) helps the new Crow in his mission, using the paint collection belonging to Ashe’s dead son to give him the Crow look. 

In the 2000 film “The Crow: Salvation,” that classic smile and eye streaks come from much more visceral origins when Alex Corvis (Eric Mabius) is framed for murder and sentenced to death by electrocution. Rather than being painted on, the lines on his face and mouth are seared on when his execution goes awry, leaving scars and marks that resemble the original style. As for the shortlived 1998 television show “The Crow: Stairway to Heaven,” Mark Dacascos’ Draven can change his look at will, whereas Edward Furlong in the 2005 film “The Crow: Wicked Prayer” simply returns to wearing an outfit and a makeup look he wore prior to his death.

If Skarsgård’s version of “The Crow” does follow the comics, his version of Draven might simply dive into the face-paints to give his back-from-the-dead return tour an extra kick. Then again, it would be cool to see him stretch his wings and have this version of “The Crow” add its own bit of vengeance-filled lore to a look simply too cool to die. 

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