#GPOY

Moon Knight #1 - Ellis and Shalvey

#GPOY

Moon Knight #1 - Ellis and Shalvey

This moment. I had to go dig it out and read the whole thing again. X-Men (2nd series, ‘95) #45.

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HNNG. Too many feelings. Gah. Forever my OTP.

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bradhudsoncoldstreamstudios:

Ladydeath by bphudson

*cue gnarly 80s metal guitar riff*
I love it, Brad!

bradhudsoncoldstreamstudios:

Ladydeath by bphudson

*cue gnarly 80s metal guitar riff*

I love it, Brad!

Eat your heart out! Going all Dothraki on this bad boy.
Red Sonja made and modeled by me, BelleChere. Photo by Robbins Studios Photography and Fine Art. Contacts by Samhain Contact Lenses.

Eat your heart out! Going all Dothraki on this bad boy.

Red Sonja made and modeled by me, BelleChere.
Photo by Robbins Studios Photography and Fine Art.
Contacts by Samhain Contact Lenses.

comicsalliance:

Best Cosplay Ever (This Week) - 02.10.13
By Betty Felon
Although cosplay has been present for decades within the comics, anime, and sci-fi/fantasy fandoms, social media has played an integral role in the thriving communities of costuming that exist, such as Cosplay.com and the Superhero Costuming Forum. Over the years, the cosplay community has evolved into a creative outlet for many fans to establish and showcase some impressive feats of homemade disguise, craftsmanship, and sartorial superheroics at conventions. In honor of the caped crusaders of the convention scene, ComicsAlliance has created Best Cosplay Ever (This Week), an ongoing collection of some of the most impeccable, creative, and clever costumes that we’ve discovered and assembled into a super-showcase of pure fan-devoted talent.
Check out this week’s Best Cosplay Ever on ComicsAlliance!
ABOVE: Captain Marvel, cosplayed by BelleChere, photographed by Robbins Studios

Thank you for the feature, ComicsAlliance! :)

comicsalliance:

Best Cosplay Ever (This Week) - 02.10.13

By Betty Felon

Although cosplay has been present for decades within the comics, anime, and sci-fi/fantasy fandoms, social media has played an integral role in the thriving communities of costuming that exist, such as Cosplay.com and the Superhero Costuming Forum. Over the years, the cosplay community has evolved into a creative outlet for many fans to establish and showcase some impressive feats of homemade disguise, craftsmanship, and sartorial superheroics at conventions. In honor of the caped crusaders of the convention scene, ComicsAlliance has created Best Cosplay Ever (This Week), an ongoing collection of some of the most impeccable, creative, and clever costumes that we’ve discovered and assembled into a super-showcase of pure fan-devoted talent.

Check out this week’s Best Cosplay Ever on ComicsAlliance!

ABOVE: Captain Marvel, cosplayed by BelleChere, photographed by Robbins Studios

Thank you for the feature, ComicsAlliance! :)

kellysue:

everybodyilovedies:

towritelesbiansonherarms:

everybodyilovedies:

FAQ #1, for the anon who asked about it a while ago. Part I of a series, which means mORE TO COME. Like comics, I am so organized i SEEM DISORGANIZED???

Ultimate Marvel universe is 1610

JUST SAYIN’!

but good work.

this will help the newbies.

YES I KNOW someone already pointed that out DDXX i SWEAR I DOUBLE-CHECKED THAT IDK WHAT’S WRONG WITH MY BRAIN.

Yes, I know I already reblogged the links to these but I’m reblogging them separately too and YOU CAN’T STOP ME. 

Here, have another

Now what would you pay

But WAIT — there’s MOAR

The first time entering a comic book store, I was intimidated. It wasn’t due to an unpleasant owner, or patrons that made me leery - it was due to the volume of volumes. I’m the type of person who neeeeeeds to start with #1, and felt a little embarrassed asking for help and admitting to being lost to the shop owner or my then-boyfriend. This was very well put!

Tags: comics comic FAQ

#GPOY

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comicbookcosplay:

Anna Mercury by Bellechere

Ooh, I don’t think I’ve seen this re-edit of this picture! I really like the hyper-saturated color and blur of movement!
You should read ANNA MERCURY. You really should. And I still want to do a proper photoshoot in this outfit.

comicbookcosplay:

Anna Mercury by Bellechere

Ooh, I don’t think I’ve seen this re-edit of this picture! I really like the hyper-saturated color and blur of movement!

You should read ANNA MERCURY. You really should. And I still want to do a proper photoshoot in this outfit.

jointhecosplaynation:

Mr. Sinister 3 by *Insane-Pencil
Spent ages trying to find a Mr. Sinister cosplay to feature for a future article only to find that the awesome Bellechere’s husband had already done it.

Rrrrawr.
Yeeeah, he’s the best Mister Sinister out there. *buffs nails*
Seriously need to make a v2.0, though. He loves this costume, and it was only the third one I made - ie, not well constructed enough to withstand the 7 years he’s been wearing this for.

jointhecosplaynation:

Mr. Sinister 3 by *Insane-Pencil

Spent ages trying to find a Mr. Sinister cosplay to feature for a future article only to find that the awesome Bellechere’s husband had already done it.

Rrrrawr.

Yeeeah, he’s the best Mister Sinister out there. *buffs nails*

Seriously need to make a v2.0, though. He loves this costume, and it was only the third one I made - ie, not well constructed enough to withstand the 7 years he’s been wearing this for.

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(via VAMPIRELLA BY BELLECHERE)
Thank you for the feature, IsOnlyCosplay!

(via VAMPIRELLA BY BELLECHERE)

Thank you for the feature, IsOnlyCosplay!

bigchrisgallery:

Lunchtime sketch for today: The ever awesome BelleChere as Power Girl!

My friend Big Chris never fails to make me smile. I’ve always loved how he draws Power Girl - all of his sketches have delightful character and life to them, making me happy when I see an update from him. So I was outright giddy to see this particular sketch. Thank you, Big Chris!
You should go check out his Etsy store!

bigchrisgallery:

Lunchtime sketch for today: The ever awesome BelleChere as Power Girl!

My friend Big Chris never fails to make me smile. I’ve always loved how he draws Power Girl - all of his sketches have delightful character and life to them, making me happy when I see an update from him. So I was outright giddy to see this particular sketch. Thank you, Big Chris!

You should go check out his Etsy store!

Anna Mercury! by Adrian of The Supervixens.
This has just become my favorite photo manip of one of my images. I would do a live action Anna Mercury comic in a heartbeat.

Anna Mercury! by Adrian of The Supervixens.

This has just become my favorite photo manip of one of my images. I would do a live action Anna Mercury comic in a heartbeat.

akkaprkl:

americancomicon:

Behold: The Goblin Queen.
Dragon*Con. Atlanta. 2011. Marriott Marquis: Atrium Level Elevators.
Madelyne Pryor Portrayed by Belle Chere: Internationally Renowned Cosplay Model & Artist. ~

I hate cosplayers like this. At this stage, its not about the costume or the character anymore, its about their “oo soh sexay boday”. And no, this is not about jealousy - I can eat what ever I want without apperance pressure. Cause i dont care. :D

Hate? That’s pretty strong, given that we’ve never met. I’m trying to understand where such a strong emotion is coming from, cause even if jealousy or body-image was an issue it should never warrant ‘hate’. The costume, while undeniably sexy in design, is entirely accurate to the character, so it’s not even like I’m twisting the image of a beloved character. Perhaps you need to redefine ‘hate’. I highly recommend giving this a read: http://www.pinupgirlstyle.com/profiles/blogs/sticks-and-stones
Not pictured - my husband, standing next to me, dressed as Mister Sinister, who ‘created’ the Goblin Queen/Madelyne Pryor. We were costuming together.

Also, I pretty much eat whatever I want, too.

akkaprkl:

americancomicon:

Behold: The Goblin Queen.

Dragon*Con. Atlanta. 2011. Marriott Marquis: Atrium Level Elevators.

Madelyne Pryor Portrayed by Belle Chere: Internationally Renowned Cosplay Model & Artist. ~

I hate cosplayers like this. At this stage, its not about the costume or the character anymore, its about their “oo soh sexay boday”. And no, this is not about jealousy - I can eat what ever I want without apperance pressure. Cause i dont care. :D

Hate? That’s pretty strong, given that we’ve never met. I’m trying to understand where such a strong emotion is coming from, cause even if jealousy or body-image was an issue it should never warrant ‘hate’. The costume, while undeniably sexy in design, is entirely accurate to the character, so it’s not even like I’m twisting the image of a beloved character. Perhaps you need to redefine ‘hate’. I highly recommend giving this a read: http://www.pinupgirlstyle.com/profiles/blogs/sticks-and-stones

Not pictured - my husband, standing next to me, dressed as Mister Sinister, who ‘created’ the Goblin Queen/Madelyne Pryor. We were costuming together.

Also, I pretty much eat whatever I want, too.

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Myself as Ms. Marvel with her Binary powers. Though she has appeared like this in the comics, my true adoration for this costume came from this Kotobukiya figurine.

Here is how I did the flames.

The makeup is Mehron, though the eyes and lips are a blend of Mac and Geek Chic Cosmetics.

The top and bottom photos are by Rodney Brown, along with the extra photoshopped pizzaz in the first photo.

The other photos are by my friend Benn Robbins of Robbins Studios Photography.

Now I’m working on Captain Marvel, Carol Danvers’ lastest incarnation. I’m really pleased with the fabric choices, and I’m really looking forward to styling a wig into a faux hawk. I had no idea this was going to be such a Ms.-Marvel-centric year, but I’m looking forward to the launch of Capt. Marvel. A lot. So hopefully the costume will be done by ConnectiCon.

I also hope to complete Witchblade for CTCon, too. Ivy Valentine fabric came in, as well. I’m not ditching the rest of my costumes for this year!