Andy Park, comic book craftsman, artist, and idea craftsman, is every now and again presenting cool pictures on his Instagram page. As of late, the inventive shared an intriguing picture of what Gamora could have looked like in Guardians of the Galaxy.
“Here’s another alternate concept design I did of Gamora on the first Guardians of the Galaxy,” Park wrote.
As should be obvious, she has an altogether different look. Her hair has a white streak a la Rogue rather than the ruddy ombre we’ve developed to love, and her face has a couple of parts that take after the last look of Nebula, Gamora’s sister.
Numerous commenters praised Park’s alternate design, and some even said they favored it to the last item.
“This is my all time favourite,” @jebelkrong wrote.
“Why didn’t they use this one?!,” @crimson_myrmidon asked.
However, some were quick to jump to the defense of the final look.
“I loveee what you guys ended up with, Zoe really made it come to life!,” @astoldbyalix added.
Park started his profession as comic book craftsman for Extreme Studios, which is a division of Image Comics. He joined the Visual Development group at Marvel Studios in 2010 and has served in as the idea artist for most of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films. His list of credits incorporate The Avengers, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Doctor Strange, and Black Panther. He was likewise the visual advancement boss on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Thor: Ragnarok, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and the forthcoming Captain Marvel.
As of now, the fate of Gamora is still up in the air after her tragic death in Avengers: Infinity War. Since she passed on before The Decimation, fans don’t have high expectations that she’ll be revived in Avengers: Endgame. Tragically, with the filming of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 put on hold, there’s no telling when we may see Saldana in the job once more. In any case, she will before long be making her arrival to the extra large screen in the four forthcoming Avatar sequels.