Why be inspired by anything less than a queen? Ororo Munroe is class unmatched, and we continue Uncanny X-Force Week by streetstyling her Kris Anka design for a look of fierce femininity.
Because the comic gods have seen fit to rip one of our most beloved books from our grasp, we’re honouring its end in the only way we know how: Welcome to Uncanny X-Force Week.
Welcome to the first post that we’re contributing to a feature over at Women Write About Comics! They’re running an ongoing series on Race, Gender, and Comics and we absolutely recommend that you go check it out — it’s great, and something we obviously care about a lot.
Today we look to one of the greatest leading ladies, Ororo Munroe, who took us through a veritable style change throughout the years. A colour story in black and golds, and a walk between royal grandeur and haute punk revelry, there is nevertheless always something deeply elegant about her.