While there is a lot of anticipation for 2019's Captain Marvel, fans were rather surprised to see leaks of the costume. The color scheme of green and grey didn't sit well with fans, though some have speculated that this will be fixed in post-production. Admittedly, the green of her costume could be considered a tribute to the original Mar-Vell character but it's too early to tell.
Because of all this, Marvel Studios artist Andy Park has had to tell fans that the costume will be fine. In fact, Park went as far to say that it would make them very happy.
Speaking with Comicbook.com, Park was somewhat amused about how the internet reacted to the leaked photos of the costume. He noted how people just want to react and make some of their opinions known right away before the finished product hits the silver screen.
"I think it's always funny seeing people's reaction… People are so ready to jump on and to react and make decisions so quickly. would just say I would hope that they would just know from the past that judging too quickly is ... How do I word this? They're going to be happy. I think they're going to be happy.
Park even pointed out how Kevin Feige shared concept art of the character in her proper colors, which should be enough to put any fears to rest about what she might look like.
"I mean, Kevin Feige said it in an interview. We revealed the concept art that I did, myself and other artists did, of Captain Marvel at last year's San Diego Comic-Con, so I mean, I think that alone should hopefully alleviate some of those fears that people have."
Captain Marvel comes out on March 8, 2019.