Category Archive for 'Comics'
Costume Contumely is very proud to introduce our newest regular feature: Geek Advice !! The first (maybe!) and best (definitely!) advice column especially for geeks! Are you a geek, nerd, fanboy, dork, Trekker, or ComicBookGuy with a question about dating, ethics, parenting, fashion, or food? Or maybe you just need a definitive answer to […]
Women in comics – both creators and fans- has been a subject oft discussed of late. Last week, Comics Alliance (among others) picked up a great story about a single father who found himself at a loss when he realized his young daughter was way into comics and superheroes, but he knew nothing of the genre. Taking […]
From the Meredith Ward gallery at The Armory Show, New York City 2012.
Posted in Comics on Mar 6th, 2012
You may have seen Bluewater’s Mis-Adventures of Adam West. The campy graphic novel has done so well, Bluewater will be making it a regular series and it has already inspired the spin-off, The Secret Lives of Julie Newmar. The newest series to join the family is Burt Ward, Boy Wonder. Burt Ward, Boy Wonder will […]
Yes, it’s another geek-themed reality show. In the wake of Toy Hunter and Comic Book Men, Story House Productions (The Real NCIS, Swamp Brothers) is gearing up for a show about comic book geeks. If you’re a collector, a creator, a real-life superhero, or just an uber-fan, they want to hear from you. We ran […]
It seems as though art exhibits around superhero themes are becoming more and more common. The latest to come to our attention is Alex Gross’ “Product Placement”, which runs at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York from February 25th-March 24th. Among other works, it features mixed media pieces that began as vintage, sepia-toned photographs […]
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Awesome little scamp, Ari Garnick took advantage of residing in the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire to corner each GOP Presidential candidate and ask them, “If you could be any superhero, who would you be, and why?” On one hand, it’s a lark. A fun, light-hearted change from the harsh rhetoric and intense politics […]
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