Saturday, March 19, 2011

So That's Why There Was a Redesign...

When the Wonder Woman comic book series turned 600 and Diana got a new costume, I turned to Jim and told him that it must be because of a movie or television show. He agreed, we both got a giggle, and forgot about it. Yesterday, photos surfaced of actress Adrianne Palicki dressed in the new version with a few twists.

Yet again, the internet goes wild with controversy. LOL.
I am the first to admit that because of my age, I am prone to always think of Lynda Carter as "my" Wonder Woman. That being said, I am going to give the television series a chance. I want to support the character and see where the show goes.
I am not thrilled with how shiny and powder blue colored the pants are, and I am praying her sense of Wonder Gravity keeps her bosom in check. I also want to know where the jacket is. The boots have heels and the top doesn't have the straps that the comic book character has, but otherwise it pretty much looks like Jim Lee's sketch.
Now given validation that my offhand comment about the costume was on the money, I am fascinated to see how much of this series takes cues from the comic book versus using creative license not seen in the printed material.
Much like the rest of the geek world, I will be watching and waiting. :)
(Thanks to for the picture grab.)

Sunday, March 06, 2011

ECCC 2011: Artist Ben Hansen Signing Prints

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ECCC 2011: Batgirl and Robin

So awesome! It is a good day today!

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Friday, March 04, 2011

ECCC 2011: The Boondock Saints

I have officially hit nirvana. LOL

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ECCC 2011: View from the Panel Room

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Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Follow the Yellow Brick Road...

This year's Emerald City Comicon is this weekend- Friday through Sunday, March 4 to 6. For those of you close enough to attend, make sure and head to Seattle and check it out.

Cool gift idea: pick up a copy of this awesome Transformers collectible print for $10 at the Sequential Treasures Comic Art Sales booth. Drawn as a jam piece by Randy "Rantz" Kintz and Ben Hansen, this piece just blows me away. The gorgeous colors by Eddy Swan give it a gorgeous finish that can't be beat.

As a personal highlight, the stars of the Boondock Saints movies will be at the show and there will be a panel in their honor Friday night at 7 p.m.

Head over to the ECCC site and take a look. Lots of good stuff to be had at the best comic book show in the Northwest!!