If you want any more proof that Kevin Feige is intentionally trying to destroy the Marvel Cinematic Universe — here it is as Skaar concept art from She-Hulk adds to the story.
Recently, She-Hulk showrunner Jessica Gao revealed in a post-finale interview that the look of Skaar was all Kevin Feige in an interview that also saw Tatiana Maslany say f’ you to the fans.
Skaar’s look is all Kevin Feige
“From the beginning, we often talked about if there would there be a cameo at the end or, in typical Marvel fashion, would we tease a new character at the very end. A big cameo would be completely dependent on who was available and who was willing to do it, and you can’t really bank on that at the script stage,” Gao said. “We talked a lot about what character we could tease. Ultimately, it was Kevin who decided it should be Skaar. His look is all Kevin Feige.”
Gao also added, “Kevin was very specific about with Skaar, so I’m sure there’s some plan in the future, though I have no idea what that might be. We all knew that Daredevil had to come back because people love him and their chemistry is so great. I only wish that Patty Guggenheim as Madisynn had come back in the finale. That’s my great regret.”
As seen above, much like She-Hulk and what Feige did to Smart Hulk (and Thor) in Avengers: Endgame, Skaar is a shadow of his former self which fits with Feige’s approach to Phase 4 and beyond of replacing the Marvel characters with woke versions, versions that wipe out decades and decades of comics and fans.
Kevin Feige could have went with a much better Skaar
Now what really sucks is that it is learned Kevin Feige could have went with a much better comic book-accurate version of Skaar, but intentionally chose not to.
Concept artist Constantine Sekeris revealed on Instagram a super awesome design he created because he is such a fan of the character; however, per above, Feige instead went with a goofy man-bun version that is a complete joke.
“Hello all…..posting some more renders of a early Skaar design done for Marvel Vis Dev lead by Jackson Sze……I’m a huge fan on this character and wanted to start the exploration staying very true to the source material in the comics,” said Sekeris.
Sekeris continued, “Had a blast working on Skaar such a kool character……was lucky enough to have been part of this amazingly talented team of artists from Ryan Meinerding, Jana Schirmer, Mushk Rizui, Imogene Chayes, Was Burt, Jeff Simpson, Rodney Fuentebella ….also want to give a shout out to Director Kat Coiro and costume designer Ann Foley….more to come……humbly thank u:).”
Skaar: The light and funny version
Since we can guess Feige didn’t like the better more serious version, concept art reveals a look closer to what Feige wanted to go with.
“Hello all….posting some more early She-Hulk Skaar designs done at Marvel Vis Dev lead by Jackson Sze…..again as mentioned before so honored and excited to have had the great opportunity to work on this character,” said Sekeris.
“The tone of the show is light and funny so I wanted to stay in a pallette that accomodated to that and with this specific design for Skaar bringing an element of his fathers Sakaar armor design reflecting that’s he is from Sakaar,” said Sekeris.
Sekeris added, “I tied his long hair back to b able to show some of the Sakaar Tattoos that he would have similar to his dad when he was a gladiator.”
“He’s 17-18 yrs old cocky and tough…..giving a shout out to some of the artists on board when I was on,” Sekeris continued.
Sekeris said, “Wes Burt, Jeff Simpson, Jana Schirmer, Rodney Fuentebella, Imogene Chayes, Musk Risui, Ryan Meinerding,…and also Director Kat Coiro and Costume designer Ann Foley……..congrats to all the amazing artist involved ……loved the show ……a lot more to come……thank u to those who have posted a positive message…..we r all fans of these characters……humbly thanks…”
Skaar: The hilarious version
Sekeris also reveals he found She-Hulk hilarious.
“Hello all……posting some early She-Hulk Skaar designs for Marvel Vis Dev lead by Jackson Sze….So excited to have had the chance to work on this kool character….loved the show found it hilarious,” he said.
“Great work to everyone who worked on it….giving a shout out to some of the artists who was on when I came on board…..Imogene Chayes,Musk Rizui,Jana Schirmer, Jeff Simpson, Wes Burt, Ryan Meinerding, and Rodney Fuentebella,” added Sekeris
“Congrats to all the amazing artists who did stunning work….please forgive me if I don’t know everyone who worked on it……shout out to director of She-hulk Kat Coiro and also Costume Designer Ann Foley…..more to come soon……humbly thanks,” added Sekeris.