Tutorial: Picnic Rogue

PICNIC ROGUE is fromX-Men volume 2 issue 8 apparently but I had seen this version of Rogue as a statue atComic Fusion. I had a lot of fun trying to recreate something like this. Usually I do my own versions of characters’ costumes because I love the creative process of redesigning their outfits. This one […] Read more…

Tutorial: Ravager

Here are the work-in-progress and final pictures of Jill’s RAVAGER costume which she delightfully debuted at the 2010 Comic Con International in San Diego. Once again, I was not able to be there in person, but at least my energies were there in the form of another Jill project. (2009 was Rage Kitty). The table […] Read more…

Untouchable & Bloodlust @CosplayDeviants

Two brand new sets at Cosplay Deviants launched which will knock your socks off. From the pages of X-Men and Hellsing, get ready to see your favorite characters in a new way. UNTOUCHABLE is a stunning set starring model Ryoko. Ryoko is young and fresh but experienced as a model. She loves zombies, Dungeons & […] Read more…

Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon

Following up on my post from August 8, I was honored to have acted as one of Jill “the Nerdy Bird” Pantozzi’s assistants at the Jerry Lewis Telethon for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Appropriately, we were at the New York telecast within Metropolis Studios in Harlem. From previous post – If you don’t know Jill […] Read more…

End of Summer at Cosplay Deviants

Latest geek debauchery at CosplayDeviants.com: more models of different styles hit the internets this summer. Above all, CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR MENTORS MONKEYOFSTEEL AND NOVA on their engagement! STARTER is a delicious duo of a boy and girl escapade in a bathtub based on Pokemon characters, Mudkip and Red. Quinn is magnificent model whose past set […] Read more…

Sweets #2 & Pull List Revamping

My latest review covers SWEETS #2 for Dynamic Forces and is up and ready to be relished. This series impressed in ways that are quite simply missing from mainstream superhero books I normally get. In fact, exploring books like SWEETS has made my revamp my pull list completely for budgetary reasons and for the sake […] Read more…

Thank you, Jay Fife!

As I said in my Baltimore Comic Con Recap, I owe a lot to Jay Fife. Not only did his art provide me with lots of enjoyment as his fan, but Jay has become a very dear friend who almost single-handedly got me through this summer. At Baltimore, Jay gave me my birthday present which […] Read more…

BALTIMORE COMIC CON 2010 REPORT

Speaking for Stacy Korn and the rest of the volunteer organizers for WONDER WOMAN DAY, Im happy to say that we are on our way to amassing a great collection of original art for auction this year. Our NJ event benefits S.A.F.E. in Hunterdon as we have done for the past four years. When Stacy […] Read more…

Yet more attacks on my network!

If you’ve seen this evening’s tweets (21-Aug-2010), you’ll see my schizophrenic change from asking about how sex is depicted in fiction into a rapid rant about my netbook being under attack. Mind you, just this morning, I was concerned for my Facebook account because I got an obviously suspicious redirect when trying to view my […] Read more…