For anyone here who was alive and reading comics in the 1940s, skip to the pictures link below. If you're not part of that demographic, read this.
Anyway, James Ritchey III and I are working on a revamp of the old character a la James Robinson's Starman, dealing with the legacy of the Golden Age bleeding into the current age and how heroism and adventure has become a different animal now in so many ways. James is currently the brainy genius behind AC's Green Lama: Man of Strength revival, and I'm really looking forward to working with him on this Golden Age mystery woman.
It's gonna be fun, and I can wait to get to work on it more, but for now, I'll have to be happy with these few concept sketches.
The original Blue Lady in all her old-school glory.
An early concept sketch of the new design by James Ritchey.
The latest of the new design. Now with yummy fishnets. Yes, guilty as charged. I like fishnets on superheroines. So sue me.
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