Dave Galanter
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MarkTJohnson

In Reply To
Century: Your Alien Hero

Subj: Re: Wanda's Hair and Eye Color
Posted: Wed Dec 29, 2004 at 07:54:39 am EST
Reply Subj: Re: Wanda's Hair and Eye Color
Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2004 at 09:59:02 pm EST

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> > I was sure it was red. Or a dark red.
> >
> > But on the cover of the Avengers Disassembled TPB it is black. In Ultimate X-Men it is black. Are these just colorist mistakes, or did she dye it recently? I haven't been up to date or reading Avengers like I should. I will definately pick up some back issues.
>
> It is naturally black but she dyed it red for years.

Wrong way around. According to every official Marvel handbook, she's naturally auburn, but dyed it black in her early years, just like Black Widow used to.

She's never kicked the hair-dye habit, though, and has had brown, or full-on red hair on some occasions (in other words, different colorists are inconsistent), so there's no problem with her going back to the black dye.

I hereby propose that her eyes being green instead of their natural blue, in vol.3, be a sign that something was wrong with her, that none of the team noticed.

> > > I was sure it was red. Or a dark red.
> > >
> > > But on the cover of the Avengers Disassembled TPB it is black. In Ultimate X-Men it is black. Are these just colorist mistakes, or did she dye it recently? I haven't been up to date or reading Avengers like I should. I will definately pick up some back issues.
> >
> > It is naturally black but she dyed it red for years.
>
> Wrong way around. According to every official Marvel handbook, she's naturally auburn, but dyed it black in her early years, just like Black Widow used to.
>
> She's never kicked the hair-dye habit, though, and has had brown, or full-on red hair on some occasions (in other words, different colorists are inconsistent), so there's no problem with her going back to the black dye.
>
> I hereby propose that her eyes being green instead of their natural blue, in vol.3, be a sign that something was wrong with her, that none of the team noticed.

Wasn't that done already over in Flash? And I'm sure that Hawkeye had brown eyes at one point. I distinctly remember Wasp flying up and looking at them.

Mark "Actually, I would have thought you would have pointed to 'The Costume' as proof of her fragile state." Johnson


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