I've been spending a lot of pleasant hours participating in the Facebook "Legion of Super-Heroes" fan forum. For those who aren't comic book fans, the "Legion" depicted in DC Comics is a group of teen-age super-heroes in the super-futuristic year 3000. Each member has a limited super-power, except for Superboy, Supergirl, and their cousin Mon-El, who have lots of powers. Some members have odd powers, like being able to block gravity or change the color of things at will. An empowered character tries out for a place in the Legion. This young man, "Stormboy," can control the weather, rather like "Storm" of the X-men but far less glamorous. The problem with Stormboy was that he would faint or even be at risk of dying if he saw a rainbow. Badly constructed magic, I'd say. So he failed the entrance exam. I have solved his problem here by giving him special goggles that he would use in case a rainbow formed, which would filter out the colored light that harmed (or appeared to harm) our young wind-walker. Also I loved his costume, a cloud grey tunic and pants far away from the jazzy, revealing garish outfits of the rest of the Legion. Stormboy only had a few pages in the Legion saga, but I remember him with fondness.
Marker ink on sketchbook page, colored in Photoshop, 3" x 5 ", August 19, 2017.