Dec 29, 2011
Dec 27, 2011
Dec 22, 2011
Dec 13, 2011
A little while ago I appeared on a very special program called, "Pretending to be on TV with Glen Tickle." You know, the one where I realized I knew the Halo/engagement ring guy. Well anyway, it may not have been on TV but it was recorded and now you can view my segment on YouTube!
We talked about all sorts of things, DC's New 52, cosplay, Doctor Who, it was a fantastic time. Although I totally forgot to mention I'm working at TheMarySue.com now or that I have my first comic book being published in IDW's Womanthology next year. Silly me. Check out the video and spread it around! Thanks, Glen!
Dec 10, 2011
Dec 9, 2011
(4) Runners Up will get: 1 "Peter Vincent" T-Shirt each!
How do you win? Get on Twitter and follow me if you aren't already. Then send a Tweet that says exactly this: "I want to wear David Tennant @TheNerdyBird! Give me a Fright Night blu-ray & #PeterVincent t-shirt!" (You don't need to include the quotation marks.)
You MUST be following me to win and tweet that message out by Sunday December 11, 2011 at 11 P.M. EST. Only one entry is allowed per person and the contest is open to U.S. and Canadian residents only.
Dec 6, 2011
I hadn't noticed (but did thanks to the shop) that Hanie also has a Marvel lady donning a sweater as well. Appropriately enough, it's Rogue.
I felt bad I didn't hear about this in time to include her in The Mary Sue's 2011 Holiday Gift Guide but get on over to Hanie's Etsy shop and buy them all up as soon as you can! I know they'll go fast.
Dec 5, 2011
I feel like there is this misconception about people that are passionate about costumes, whether they are dressed as someone from a videogame, comic book, or anime, and I never quite understood it until I walked my first convention floor. Outsiders think costumers immerse themselves in another character to get away from who they really are — that they are geeks that could never quite cut it, and need to ditch reality for a few hours.
They’re wrong though. Within that shell, whether it’s made of cardboard, plastic, fabric, fiberglass, or steel, hidden away there is a figure worthy of attention. It’s the person who put all their heart and soul into a project, and now they’re wearing their work all over them.