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Hanie Mohd Draws the Superladies of Marvel in Ballgowns



Artist Hanie Mohd first piqued everybody’s attention by drawing lady superheroes in comfy sweaters, but there’s also an extraspecial place in our hearts for the costumes of lady superheroes redesigned as stately ball gowns. Which one of her current batch of superladies is my favorite? Can you guess?

She-Hulk making an homage to the mythological Atlas? All of my love.

And of course I couldn’t resist adding Mohd’s first memorable superheroine dress redesign, and amazoning Wonder Woman, even though she’s not a Marvel hero. You can see all her art right here at her Deviant Art Gallery.

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  • http://twitter.com/thebooksluts Insatiable Booksluts

    I’m thinking more Venus than Atlas on She-Hulk.

  • 1000Ships

    Wonder Woman isn’t Marvel – she’s DC. Just sayin’.

  • Terence Ng

    I’m always a sucker for art nouveau.

  • Anonymous

    Captain Marvel is gorgeous!

  • EndlessIllusion

    If you’re merely basing it on looks, I can give that to you. But the Fantastic 4/Gamma/Radiation/S.H.I.E.L.D. symbols kinda give it away otherwise.

  • http://twitter.com/Super_Widget Joanna

    Wonder Woman… @.@

  • http://www.thenerdybird.com/ Jill Pantozzi

    “And of course I couldn’t resist adding Mohd’s first memorable superheroine dress redesign, and amazoning Wonder Woman, even though she’s not a Marvel hero.”

  • Anonymous

    Ummm… Isn’t Wonder Woman a DC character? Just asking.

  • http://www.thenerdybird.com/ Jill Pantozzi

    Read the description of the post.

  • Anonymous

    When you click on this link and chose “view all on one page”, like any sensible person would do, that text is nowhere to be seen.

  • Anonymous

    Make the part where you say you know Wondy isn’t Marvel visible when you click on the post and chose “view all one one page”?

  • http://www.thenerdybird.com/ Jill Pantozzi

    Ok, but the text is right above where you click “view all on one page.” Not sure why it doesn’t show up on the other page but I’d like to point out many of our readers prefer the gallery view and consider themselves very sensible.

  • Anonymous

    Oh, I am sure many people like the gallery view. But whenever you publish something like this, with a headline I notice, I just go straight to clicking the post and the “view all” button. So I didn’t see the Wondy disclaimer until I noticed it being mentioned in the comments.