March 29, 2023

Come to Life: An artist transforms Storm from the ‘X-Men’ into a real flesh-and-blood person

X-Men characters

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Personal Storm He first appeared in “Giant-Size X-Men #1” by Marvel comics. It was created by Len Wein and Dave Cockrum and was initially going to be represented by a man. But the creators changed their minds when they realized that there were indeed female characters who had different skills, but not time control.

The main power of mutants is to control the climate and atmosphere, as it is considered one of the most powerful factors on the entire planet. Ororo Munroe is the daughter of a tribal princess from Kenya who was born in Africa.

After the death of her parents, she developed claustrophobia and was traumatized for several years until she finally met Professor Charles Xavier and became part of the X-Men. Storm came to lead the group and was also part of the Avengers and Fantastic Four.

She became the first African-American female character in comics, and is of great importance in Marvel comics.

Mutants are a race of African magicians and can change temperature and humidity, cause hurricanes, storms, blizzards, and everything directly related to the weather.

The illustrator used the “X-Men” animated series from the 1990s as inspiration Bruno Mora She shared art on her Instagram profile showing what it would be like if the transgender were a real, flesh-and-blood person. The result was really impressive and he managed to maintain all of his major physical features.