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Published January 9, 2019

An Artist Tells Her Emotional "Tail" in Marvel Make Me a Hero

Maryann Cirillo wants her passion for animals to help shape her Marvel character.

Artist Maryann Cirillo has always had a love and appreciation for animals. When she pictured a Marvel hero of her own creation, she couldn't help but incorporate her animal knowledge into an original character for Marvel Make Me a Hero. Not only is the final result a powerful-looking piece of work -- she's a true original, thanks to Maryann!

 

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