Number three in a multi-print series featuring the strong young women of the X-Men as members of a roller derby team.
An artist exclusive from artist Francine Delgado, fan art honoring a personal favorite comic book series.
The X-Men team of enhanced persons (mutants) by Marvel Comics creators Stan Lee and Jack Kirby was adapted for television in 2009 as the American-Canadian animated series ‘X-Men: Evolution.” In this version, many of the characters were teenagers rather than adults .The youthful team of future heroes was the inspiration for this series of prints.
"I could actually see Rogue participating in roller derby, and I think she would kick ass. After Storm and Jean, I began work on Rogue as a next addition to my series of ‘roller derby’ X-Men. Each character is a standalone plan for composition and color but I was always aware of how they might look in a collection all together.” – Francine Delgado
Fran(cine) Delgado is a Costa Rican born artist (Pura Vida!) now living in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Skilled in many aspects of design, her most recognized fan artworks include the female heroes from X-Men: Evolution, and her on-screen illustration work includes The Addams Family, Monster High and Megaman.