San Diego Comic-Con 2022: Marvel Stars Rundown

Posted on July 25, 2022

We just had to give the uniquely stylish Black Panther: Wakanda Forever the spotlight post treatment, but a whole slew of Marvel stars, from upcoming project like She-Hulk, Attorney at Law, Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 3, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Secret Invasion, came out to Comic Con and stepped in front of the crowds and the cameras for us in order to announce literally years of upcoming projects. Let’s judge!




Cobie Smulders in David Koma

Pretty, but a little on the dressy side.



Evangeline Lily

Honestly, we kind of love this. It’s perfect for the venue and she looks like such a cute little nerdgirl, which is, we suspect, pretty close to her personal style. The blonde does nothing for her, though.




Jameela Jamil in David Koma

We suspect she’s really leaning in on the va-va-voom looks because she’s playing Titania in She-Hulk and they appear to have given her something of a glamazon style. This is fun and sexy, even if it looks annoying to wear. That tail would drive us nuts.



Jonathan Majors and Paul Rudd

Paul kept things low-key, which is pretty much where his style sweet spot lies. Jonathan is sporting a capital Look, but we’re not convinced it all works together.



Karen Gillan in Oscar de la Renta

It’s a gorgeous coat but IT’S SAN DIEGO IN JULY. Come ON, people. What are you doing?



Kathryn Newton in Prada

This feels like way too much for the venue, but it’s cute enough. We’d have liked a little more skirt with a little less sheer.



Pom Klementieff

It’s a simple and classic look, but we can’t argue with the results. Love the shoes.



Tatiana Maslany

This is an adorable look for high summer. Love the curls and the boots.



Tenoch Huerta

The new Namor made his debut in the Wakanda Forever trailer, but he kept his shirt on for the step-and-repeat. This is a really stylish look, perfectly topped off by the feather jewelry on his ear.



Will Poulter

It’s fine, but just so you know, there was a time not that long ago when we would have been utterly vicious about a celebrity guy wearing a sweater vest and Birkenstocks in public, but times change, fashion evolves, and this is Comic Con, so looking like a dork is de rigueur.











[Photo Credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images, Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Disney, Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney]

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