Daredevil: Born Again Fan Art Turns Wednesday’s Jenna Ortega into White Tiger

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New fan art imagined exactly what Wednesday star Jenna Ortega might look like as White Tiger in Marvel Studios’ Daredevil: Born Again series. Jenna Ortega may allegedly receive a live-action debut on Daredevil. The incredible art by artist Josh Clements went viral on the internet when he revealed it on Instagram. In the piece of art, he took to his imagination and portrayed what Wednesday star would look like in Marvel’s White Tiger, flaunting the character’s iconic white suit against a red New York skyline. Her eyes looked sharp and penetrating with claw-like nails painted green.

The legacy hero, White Tiger was co-created by Bill Mantlo and the late George Perez in 1975. White Tiger uses the power of a supernatural amulet to fight crime and injustice. The character is extremely powerful and brave. Even the character’s first incarnation, Puerto Rican was record-breaking with two of his successors — Angela del Toro and Ava Ayala. Puerto Rican was the first Latin American Marvel superhero.

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