Aptly named because I did my best resting bitch face, and Kev just has two looks as Cyclops: staring ahead, or staring ahead. lol They're such a fun power couple though that I really enjoyed wearing these and all the accompanying jokes that followed.
Emma's fabulous and I have loved seeing the evolution and development of her character through the years through changing writers, she's become such a strong character and leader, far more than just the clothes she wears. It was good to do a more publicly wearable version of her after so many years, and I had a ton of fun prancing around with our Xmen group and Kev, whose white visor and shirt unintentionally color palette matched.
The only part I made of this was the bodice and cape, due to time constrictions and general laziness. I chose to make the cape out of chiffon to give it a light drape feel and move well with the wind for photos. The vinyl pants and boots were purchased, as were the lambskin leather gloves. The wig is the same lace-front used for Ms. Marvel because I wanted the bright comic look to come across from the Kotobukiya artwork, and commissioned Kapalaka
to print and sculpt the stunning X-emblem and a matching one for Kev that we'll yet use in the future.
Myself as Emma Frost
Kev as Scott Summers
Photo by Otis Casey at Dragoncon 2014