This week the hosts are talking about the best bro-mance/romantic comedy of 2018. Two people, both outcasts, who come together and through their crazy journey realize that they in fact belong together. You guessed it, this week the hosts are talking about “Venom.” (Okay this movie was totally fun and ridiculous but you cannot deny that epic-bromance). Check it out!
Full disclosure: The majority of this episode is James and Giselle endlessly gushing over “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.” If you loved it too, check it out! The hosts discuss why this the best Spider-Man movie to date, they invent two new characters “Spider-Vamp” and “Spider-Hipster” (#SpiderBlessed), they talk about what they hope for the future of the series, and figure out which Spider-Verse they are! Take the quiz to find out who you are (https://www.buzzfeed.com/spiderversemovie/which-spider-man-are-you-actually) ;)
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!
Yes folks, the San Diego Comic Con posts are still forthcoming!
We just HAD to write about one of the best afternoon events we were privileged to attend at SDCC: The CDG (Costume Designers Guild) Mixer! On Friday, July 25th, the CDG local 892 rolled out the red carpet to their members and panelists to celebrate all things costuming at the Marriot Marquis. The Costume Designers Guild (I.A.T.S.E. Local 892) is the labor union representing costume designers, assistant costume designers and illustrators in film and television.
For those not in the know, this year marked the CDG’s ninth consecutive year participating at SDCC, by offering a slew of panels on costuming and the industry, as well as sponsoring their very own Masquerade prizes and trophy!. This year’s winners were “Giant Monsters All Out Attack,” by Lisa Truong, Lynleigh Sato, Wendy Colon, and Cindy Purchase.
The CDG mixer venue was gorgeous, with our own view of the bay and plenty of food to nosh on!
Another wonderful part of this mixer was the copious amounts of costumes on display on models from various movies! We tried very hard not to feel every costume and freak out their wearers, haha. Alright, enough chit chat. On to the photos!
Beautiful gowns as far as the eye can see!
Pilbeam brings in another ‘What What!’ and we learn a little something-something about Easter traditions and history. There’s some talks about Captain America, some talks about Lucy and some talks about Jem and the Holograms.