Comic Book Cats, number 74: Captain Marvel #9, drawn by Filipe Andrade, written by Kelly Sue DeConnick, lettered by Joe Caramagna and colored by Jordie Bellaire, published by Marvel Comics in March 2013.
Hey, it’s a cat and coffee page! Carol Danvers is running errands in NYC one snowy winter morning, and she goes to her regular coffee cart for a much-needed cup of joe. Carol has her cat Chewie with her in a carrier. As we can see, Chewie is less than thrilled to be getting hauled around in a small container on a freezing cold day like this.
We eventually learn that Chewie is in fact a vicious & deadly alien creature known as a Flerken… you know, as opposed to your everyday normal vicious & deadly domestic housecat. 😸
Portugese artist Filipe Andrade has been working in comic books since 2009. I find his style to be a pleasant blending of American and European styles, with some very nice line work. Jordie Bellaire’s coloring complements his artwork perfectly.
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Comic Book Cats, number 74: Captain Marvel #9, drawn by Filipe Andrade, written by Kelly Sue DeConnick, lettered by Joe Caramagna and colored by Jordie Bellaire, published by Marvel Comics in March 2013. Hey, it’s a cat and coffee page! Carol Danvers is running errands in NYC one snowy winter...