Hayley Attwell recently won the title of Queen of Dubmash on the Land of Internet. If you haven’t been paying attention, the cast members of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D and Agent Carter had declared war on each other via the app Dubmash during San Diego Comic-Con 2015. It was delightful and adorable for all of us fans. This article documented the entire battle. Here’s the final conclusion on how Peggy Carter won. In lieu of this most amazing competition, I decided to dedicated this week’s Fanart GLEE to Agent Carter herself. Check out all the amazing artwork below the jump!
TruTV’s Impractical Jokers stepped it up at this year’s San Diego Comic-con 2015 by creating an entire museum dedicated to the show. We were invited to check out the museum during their champagne breakfast for media and fans alike. The display was a lot of fun with fan art hung up on the wall and an artist doing fake airbrushed tattoos.
Q & Sal were awesome enough to sit down with Gizzy B for an interview, watch the video below and check out our photos from the event after the jump.
Fanart by yesi-v224 on deviantart (account deactivated x_x)
Currently, my brain is filled with nothing but San Diego Comic-con planning and I failed to brainstorm for this edition of Fanart GLEE — yes, people, I do think about my blog posts usually. I decided to fall on a default fandom. My love that is Supernatural. It seems like an easy road, but let me tell you. . . the Supernatural fandom is robust and it’s huge. Narrowing down artwork from Tumblr is hard. Supernatural fans are so freaking talented, that I can’t even…
I survived the long search though. Check out these great works of art!
— DC Comics (@DCComics) June 12, 2015
DC Comics’ Twitter account officially confirmed what we knew all along… that Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy have a very special relationship with each other. So in honor of it becoming “official”, I decided to scour the internet (aka, Tumblr again) for some adorable Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy artwork. Adorable also means sexy. I think even Batman would need a moment if he saw these. Check them out!
The Lady Geeks discuss the implications of the movie, Aloha, which they somehow manage to segue the conversation to some Suicide Squad “spoilerific” news. We hand out another Ovaries Explosion Award and Fanfic Theatre makes a triumphant return.
Redbubble.com has been making the rounds on my social media lately and I was thrilled when they offered to send me one of their products to review for Defective Geeks! Ladies and gents — this is the amazing Space Cat pouch.
First off, Redbubble carries plenty of different products and on their website, they rightfully proclaim that they are “simply the finest and most diverse creative community and marketplace on the interlink.”
After Mad Max: Fury Road’s opening weekend, it was very clear that this movie was going to give birth to a very specific fandom online. Tumblr did not disappoint me at all on my fan art search during this week’s installment of Fanart GLEE! You can learn about a movie’s fanbase through its fanart and tonight I discovered that Doof Warrior is quite popular, almost as popular as Nux. Why am I not surprised, as a fangirl, that Nux is extremely popular for being kind of really adorable? Enjoy the artwork below!