On the heel of her powerful, feather-‐ruffling Super Bowl performance, Beyoncé debuted Lemonade, her visual album, to rave reviews from critics and audiences across the globe. The warm reception came as no surprise, since just about everything breathed from the mouth of Queen Bey turns to gold, as though she were Miss Midas and not Mrs. Carter.
Flowing capes, futuristic suits of armor, yellow-maned gods, and the occasional not so jolly green giant. Welcome to the wonderful Marvel Universe where creativity flourishes and the denotation of beauty is… well, a work in progress.
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