If you're any kind of Marvel fan I probably don't need to tell you that a lot of love and hard work from some incredibly talented people went into the making of MCU's latest smash Captain Marvel.
And one of those people is Andy Park, Director of Visual Development for Marvel Studios.
Some of his other stunning MCU designs:
Speaking with BuzzFeed, Park explained why he was particularly excited to lead the design of Captain Marvel:
My whole career has been very female-centric and I'm very proud of that. Growing up, my two favorite comic book characters were Iron Man and Rachel Summers — who is Phoenix (Jean Grey and Scott Summers' daughter in an alternate universe). She was my favorite character because she's so powerful. In the '90s, my favorite TV show was Buffy, and for the first 10 years of my career — before becoming a concept artist — I was best known for drawing the Tomb Raider comic books. So, being able to work on the first co-lead female MCU superhero (Wasp) and also the first lead (Captain Marvel), is something I'm really proud and honored to have done.