Archive for March 2011

New Wonder Woman TV Series Costume Revealed

This is the leather material I'd like to see NBC's Wonder Woman in. The colors aren't as bright, but the concept is still present.
Courtesy: Splash News Photos from the set of the new Wonder Woman pilot have been posted online. I’m happy to see the amazonian heroine in a pair of pants. Not to knock on the classic design, but it’s hard enough being taken seriously as a costumed super hero…try doing that in the equivalent of a... Read more »

Selling Your Art on Etsy

They don't look like much now, but they will make an awesome cupcake (or two)
A few of my artistic friends have started their own craft businesses and Etsy Stores. Being a creative person myself, I was so inspired, I decided to start my own store. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Etsy, it is a global online market place and community where artist sell handmade items (you... Read more »

C2E2 2011 Highlights

C2E2 2011 Highlights
Well, C2E2 has come and gone, and if you’re like me, you’re still getting over that nasty cold you caught from one of the thousands of strangers you came into contact with. (We call it “con-crud”) Overall I had a great time at the convention. The comic heavyweights made their presence known with their massive... Read more »
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Archaia brings Jim Henson's lost screenplay to life

Artwork from A Tale of Sand by Ramón Pérez (Archaia Comics) Jim Henson’s visionary genius has been admired for decades. This fall, fans will have a chance to read one of Henson’s lost screenplays. Editor in Chief of Archaia Comics, Stephen Christy and The Jim Henson Company Director of Archives, Karen Falk joined fans at the... Read more »

Let the 2011 Cosplay Season Begin!

Sorry I’ve been totally missing from the blog for a while. I’ve been super busy, trying to get stuff together for C2E2 this weekend! I have two new costumes for this convention. I’m excited to debut the awesome Josie and the Pussycats group I’m doing with two of my lovely friends. I’m still trying to... Read more »