Karen Gillan as Nebula in a behind the scenes look of Guardians of the Galaxy.
She has stolen my look :(
Danny Fingeroth - Script
Frank Springer - Pencils
Joe Jusko - Cover
Probably the most depressing thing about pop culture is when it fails to effectively recognize itself.
Fingeroth makes early 80’s New York look about as exciting as rural Nebraska. With all the musical weirdness shifting around then, it appears that Marvel’s writers took a deliberate conservative stance on Dazzler’s image. Sex object aside, even her disco vibe is decidedly friendly - Studio 54 minus every vice, including a 4/4 beat.
Oh Well: Dazzler’s half sister just discovered that she’s a mutie - the kind that unintentionally kills both friend and foe. Daz decides it’s best for the the two to hit road after Sis fries her would-be assailant. The issue ends with Ms. Blaire going incognito and scolding her half sib for being a big baby about uncontrollably frying things.
Springer’s drama between Sis and herself are compelling. The sharp angles he renders echo a wonderful trashiness reminiscent of Drake’s and Starr’s Kelly Green.
Only gripe: what the fuck was Springer referencing for a cat in image 7?
For a fleeting moment, Killer Frost is back to normal again
- Justice League of America #23.2: Killer Frost