I've noticed that the manga example used for the main article picture on King Crimson isn't actually from the manga, but rather one of the artbooks. I'm aware king crimson doesn't have a lot of full body shots without other characters in view in the manga itself, and only has one volume cover where a clear head and torso shot is visible. however i feel like it would be best to use a picture that's from the colored manga, in line with the standard most other stand pages adhere to, especially because it's labelled as the "manga" version. I have a specific panel in mind, which I feel fits the bill of displaying most of the stand in a dramatic shot without other important elements in focus. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EyAaEPDU8AE9spy?format=jpg&name=small This is from The Mystery of King Crimson, Part 5, and is by no means the most hi rez image of the panel. I just wanted to get an example shot. I tilted the picture a bit to capture as much of it as possible without bleed from surrounding panels. I've not seen this panel used in many places, and feel it's a fresh perspective on kc that people often forget since it comes at the end of its first appearance.
I've also noticed that Star Platinum's "part 6" manga picture on its page is from that same artbook illustration, and while it looks cool, it's kinda weird to use two pieces from the same source as representative of two completely different parts, when they really aren't actually from either of them.
|Posted by Calamity King on 2 April 2021 at 23:55.|