Spider-Gwen fans, your prayers have been answered!
WeLoveFine debuts today with their new line of Spider-Gwen inspired apparel, ranging from hoodies, tanks, and leggings! Hallelujah, lady nerds!
For those not in the know, Spider-Gwen is one of the most innovative characters to come out of the Spider-Verse arc, coming from an alternate reality where Gwen Stacy is the one who gets bitten by the radioactive spider instead of Peter Parker. Jason Latour & Robbi Rodriguez created her iconic costume, which is just one of the many reasons fans have fallen in love with Spider-Gwen.
I (ChubbyBunny Michelle!) was so pleased to be able to be one of the Spider-Gwens for this shoot, and had a blast jumping all over town to create that web slinger feel for the pics!
So hold on to your spider-pants, ladies, here comes some fashion suitable for any aspiring superhero!
WeLoveFine and Marvel have dropped their ‘Age of Fashion’ collection for pre-order today, just in time for Avengers: Age of Ultron.
The collection features Avengers-centric pieces, that are simple yet fashionably fierce, ranging from $26 to $36 (USD).
The direction of Geek fashion is constantly evolving, and lately, there’s been a strong push towards diversity and positivity within fandoms, which is certainly the case for this shoot. There was a strong effort to include ladies of different races and backgrounds, as well as body types.
Meet the models:
Defective Geeks’ own Yume Ninja and Michelle “ChubbyBunny” were involved with both styling and modeling this brand new collection of Marvel awesomeness and compiled some cool behind the scenes photos and videos of what goes into this kind of a shoot.
for more behind the scenes goodness, continue below!
I hold a very special place in my heart for Hawkeye. I know everyone else loves them some of that Iron Man or Captain America or Thor, but to me, Hawkeye is my favorite Avenger from the movie. I also really enjoy the comic book series by writer Matt Fraction and artist, David Aja. Which means this edition of Fanart GLEE will also play homage to not only to Clint Barton but to the amazing and sassy Kate Bishop as well.
Actually, I’ll be totally honest — most of these are of Kate Bishop. She’s cool.
There is an Instagram account that documents all the DILFS of Disneyland and it fully caters to our creeper selves. SPQ goes to the Marvel Experience but none of the Lady Geeks would want to go to Mars. Fanfic Theatre: The Hobbit.
On Valentine’s Day, I made my way to the Marvel Experience while it was at Del Mar, California. This comic book geek playground consists of 7 domes, the largest one hosting several character inspired “training” stations. Most of it were video game stimulators, like learning how to fly like Iron Man or smashing robots as the Incredible Hulk. There are two stations that were more physical — the Spider-Man wall climber and the Black Widow agility test.
More photos below.
Halloween 2014 is coming and the Lady Geeks talk about dead bodies in haunted houses, a man who ate live cats and dogs and HOLYCRAP… ALL THE MARVEL NEWS! Fanfic Theatre: Guardians of the Galaxy.