He's easily the most lovable and I really hope it goes well. Beyond having narrower shoulders than I mentally pictured, he looks pretty darn good!They're going to have to have a light touch with Perrin, given the 'big scary black man' stereotype. But I trust Perrin's status as an actual cinnamon roll to help with that.
He damn well have a lot to do, since Perrin is so much my favorite. Also, they really did cast him almost exactly as I saw him, only a shade lighter in skin tone. Well, and I think he's a bit too scrawny for a dude who's shoulders are mentioned every other paragraph. But I can deal with that if the actor is good.They're going to have to have a light touch with Perrin, given the 'big scary black man' stereotype. But I trust Perrin's status as an actual cinnamon roll to help with that.
I'm obliged to point out that that while Darryl K. Sweet isn't exactly the best character artist, he is a great landscape and fantasy artist. He wasn't also givenucj information to base the covers off of. Just basic descriptions of the scenes.This is outrageous, this doesn't match how the characters are supposed to look at all! Haven't the casting directors seen any of the original Wheel of Time cover art? Clearly these characters were always intended to look like dopey, ill-proportioned goons in awkward poses and terrible clothes! This is a betrayal of bad 90's fantasy artists everywhere!