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Enough to get a tattoo? Not one if those stick and peel things, a permanent tattoo. Body art like this definitely redefines what it means to be a superfan. I'm definitely a Marvel fangirl. But I don't know if I like Marvel quite this much!
Then again, how best to embrace your inner feminist than by getting the epitome of female anger, She-Hulk tattooed on your arm? Show me those guns!
This week in extremely permanent xosplay, this guy got facial implants and tattoos to make himself look like the Red Skull, leader of Hydra and nemesis of Captain America. I assume because he wants tobe nightmsre fuel for everyone he enciunters.
This is a cool concept, even if it is a little gory. Tearing away the disguise to reveal the hero within? It's a great metaphor. I wonder how Peter Parker would feel about it though, especially since he wanted to badly to be a normal human.
@ButterflyBlu that sounds really cool, you could do a lot with Gambit I think. The playing card motif could be very American traditional tattoo style!
I'd add a Marvel tattoo to the collection. Gambit, probably. I'd have to think how and where, though. :)
@shannonl5, And that's how I knew I shouldn't do it. Almost all of my tattoos have, like, less than 15 minutes of thought behind them. Hahahahaha
When the Civil War storyline was happening, I was turning 18 around that same time, and I constantly thought about getting something done from those books. Steve McNiven's art was so good in the first couple of issues. But these days, I don't know if I would. It really depends on how I want it done. A tattoo artist I knew drew The Punisher as an older, morbidly-obese, dude who barely fit into his suit and I almost got that on my leg... I probably still would though 'cos seeing Frank Castle like that would make me laugh every single day of my life.
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