Some cool wonder women images:
Image by Lorena Cupcake
I look superhero-esque here.
Some cool wonder women images:
Image by Lorena Cupcake
I look superhero-esque here.
Some cool x men images:
2(X)IST Underwear Fashion Show 2012 red carpet 03 #Miguel Iglesias#
Image by Enrique_L.
2(X)IST Spring 2013 Collection Fashion Show held at Arena night club
New York City, USA – 11.10.12
**Not Available for the New York Daily News. Available for the Rest of the World**
Mandatory Credit: Michael Carpenter/ WENN.com
Armageddon 2012 Wellington
Image by DatarkNZ
x-men mystique, BodyFX
A few nice wonder women images I found:
Wonder Woman cosplayer
Image by Gage Skidmore
Wonder Woman cosplayer at the 2017 WonderCon at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California.
Please attribute to Gage Skidmore if used elsewhere.
Some cool x men images:
X-Men: Magneto & Psylocke
Image by Da Da Z
Magneto (born Max Eisenhardt, also known as Magnus and Erik Lehnsherr or Lensherr) is a fictional character that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. He is the central villain of the X-Men comic, as well as the TV show and the films. The character first appears in X-Men #1 (Sept. 1963), and was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby. A powerful mutant with the ability to generate and control magnetic fields, Magneto has been the X-Men’s most prominent enemy ever since his first appearance. In his early appearances, his motives were bent on megalomania, but writers have since fleshed out his character and origin, revealing him to be a Jewish Holocaust survivor whose actions are driven by the purpose of protecting the mutant race from suffering a similar fate. His role in comics have varied from supervillain to antihero to even hero. His character’s early history has been compared with the civil rights leader Malcolm X.
Psylocke (cosplayed by Panda Valentine)
Psylocke (Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock) is a fictional character depicted in comic books published by Marvel Comics, most notably those comics featuring the superhero team the X-Men. The character has also appeared in licensed adaptations. Created by writer Chris Claremont and artist Herb Trimpe, she first appeared in the UK comic book Captain Britain #8 (Dec. 1976), by the Marvel imprint Marvel UK. She was initially a supporting character in the adventures of her fraternal twin brother, Captain Britain, briefly substituting for him in the role.
Later, she became the mutant superheroine Psylocke. Originally presented as a precognitive in the pages of Captain Britain and then as a telepath, the character was eventually written as unexplainedly acquiring the telekinesis of Jean Grey. Psylocke later possesses both telepathy and telekinesis.
primeiro x man
Image by ars351
tá, é uma piadinha nerd. mas o ciclope foi o primeiro a ser recrutado pelo professor charles xavier sim.
Some cool the avengers images:
.@NASWISAR Going After Their Tech in Orange…
Image by AvgeekJoe
I just like it when it’s greyscale and SAR Orange. That ok? 🙂
For more photos from the NASWI 2016 Open House as I develop them, please go here: ift.tt/28WFS0f Really going to drop the photos big with seven (7) days to go before the next NAS Whidbey Open House on 24 June 2017! Tentative 2017 Open House schedule is this:
0800 Pre-register 5K runners
0800 SNJ and TBM Avenger War bird Arrivals
0900-1030 5K Flightline Run
0900-1500 Open House
1000 National Anthem, SAR Flag Pass
1030 SAR Demo
1130 EA-18G break and landing
1230 P-8 Fly by
PHOTO CREDIT: Joe A. Kunzler Photo, AvgeekJoe Productions, growlernoise-AT-gmail-DOT-com
Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
Supernova Pop Culture Expo Hits Sydney, Australia
The Supernova pop culture expo has returned to Sydney, Australia, and has warmly embraced the pop culture phenom which is taking place at Olympic Park, Homebush, in Sydney’s west.
It’s a 3 day pop culture mania bringing together fans, actors, game players, information and tons of merchandise and collectibles. Make no mistake – this is big business, but also lots of fun. It brings out the kid lurking inside all of us, no matter what our age.
Witnessing the general public dress up as their favourite hero, heroine or monster was just as much fan as the official exhibitions.
Coming to the expo to join in the fun (and big business) are over 40 international stars from various shows, films, franchises and worlds including Christopher Lloyd (Back To The Future’s Doc Brown), Yvonne Craig (the original Batgirl), Natalia Tena (Nymphadora Tonks in the Harry Potter series, Osha in Game Of Thrones) and Verne Troyer (Mini-Me from the Austin Powers films).
Even our favorite real life superheroes of Australian pro wrestling – AWF Wrestling turned up and put on some very solid chain wrestling and brawling to the delight of the crowd. The wrestlers were also a big favorite with the media and the brawlers got somewhat crowd mobbed with famed actor Verne Troyer (Mini-Me) from ‘Austin Powers’ fame joined in the fun and games.
The Christopher Lloyd question and answer session was very entertaining and educational, and was a much sought after attraction for both news media and fans. Lloyd shared stories from his illustrious acting and show business career, much of which has been pop culture included such as ‘Back To The Future’ franchise, where he portrayed Dr. Emmett Brown. Lloyd even talked about the cult film fav ‘Suburban Commando’, which also featured pro wrestling living legend, Hulk Hogan (not known for great acting), but a very entertaining showman, none the less. Lloyd told the crowd of 500 plus that he enjoyed working with Hulk and that he was a really nice guy and didn’t pretend to be a great actor. One lucky fan asked Lloyd if he could have a "high five", and the actor obliged, which got a nice reaction from the jam packed crowd.
Buffy Star also at Supernova Sydney…
Star of Buffy, Mercedes McNab, has come Down Under for Supernova and is loving it.
The blonde is in Sydney for the Supanova Pop Culture Expo at Sydney Showground, Olympic Park.
Best known for playing mean girl Harmony Kendall on ‘Buffy The Vampire Slayer’, McNab has enjoyed a successful career as a modern day scream queen.
From the popular Hatchet horror movie franchise to spooky shows such as Buffy and Angel, the 32-year-old says she has come to feel comfortable within the genre and loves "a good death scene".
"It’s hilarious. I never thought I’d be considered a scream queen, but I guess I’ll take it.
"I think I gravitate more towards comedy and comedy can sometimes be in a darker vein, like sarcasm."
The edgy stuff started early for McNab, with her big screen debut opposite Christina Ricci’s Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family movie and its sequel.
At the age of 16 she auditioned for a supporting role on Joss Whedon’s Buffy The Vampire Slayer, a move that would change her life.
"We were on a brand new network and the show was based off a B-movie," she says.
"No one expected a spin-off to come of it or such a great fan reaction. No one could anticipate how welcomed and received the show was.
"In the beginning we never knew whether if we were going to get killed off.
"You’d get the script and skip to the end to make sure you weren’t going to die."
McNab experienced quite a character turn on Buffy when her superficial character was transformed into a vampire and eventually went on to join the spin-off series Angel.
"I was flattered".
"To have Joss call you and have him ask you to be a part of anything he does is pretty awesome."
Now that Whedon has found mainstream and box-office success with the hit of the year – ‘The Avengers’ – McNab says his loyal friends couldn’t be happier.
"He’s such a genius. He’s just proved to the industry what he can do."
Supanova Pop Culture Expo is on today and Sunday at Sydney Showground, Olympic Park.
Our Hero is no longer Expendable. Eric Roberts is “The Master” of Supanova!
In a career spanning five decades, Eric Roberts has become recognisable to millions of film and TV fans. He has appeared in almost 200 movies and in countless TV shows including Heroes, The Drew Carey Show, Frasier, Oz, Touched By An Angel, Law & Order: SVU and even in a Doctor Who telemovie as the Doctor’s nemesis, The Master.
He has filmed in over 17 countries, including Australia (in The Coca-Cola Kid), and received critical acclaim for his performances in Star 80, It’s My Party and Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood. In 2008, Eric joined the cast of Batman: The Dark Knight as Gotham gangster Sal Marone; in 2010 he appeared alongside Stallone, Lundgren, Statham and Li in The Expendables.
Fans of comics and animation know him as the voice of Mongul in the Justice League cartoons. He’s such a familiar face that he has appeared as himself in 63 productions, often making light of his notoriously chequered movie-star lifestyle. Brother to Julia Roberts and father of teen actress Emma Roberts, Eric is a true Hollywood veteran.
He’s therefore also the perfect guest to kick off festivities for Supanova’s TENTH ANNIVERSARY at the Sydney expo, in addition to the Perth expo the following weekend, with an exclusive Q&A and special appearance at each of our Friday evening Preview Nights which are exclusively for full weekend ticket holders (SUPA FAN PASS), in helping us celebrate a decade of successful Supanova Expos; something we couldn’t have done without your wonderful support.
Eric will then spend the weekends meeting fans, signing autographs and posing for studio portraits. (Supernova)
Nintendo Flies High at Supanova with Kid Icarus: Uprising!…
If you’re heading to Supanova this weekend, Nintendo are hosting a Kid Icarus: Uprising Multiplayer Battle Challenge! Bring along your Nintendo 3DS and copy of Kid Icarus as it’s the perfect opportunity to StreetPass with other Nintendo 3DS owners and enjoy some friendly multiplayer fun with the Nintendo community.
Nintendo 3DS consoles and Kid Icarus: Uprising games will also be available to use on the day so everyone is welcome to join in the fun!
Exclusive Kid Icarus: Uprising AR Cards only available at this event will be a special bonus for those who play. These AR cards are very exclusive and availability is strictly limited so please ensure you are there early to ensure you get your hands on one.
Some 25 years after the original Kid Icarus game for NES captured the hearts and imaginations of gamers worldwide, Kid Icarus: Uprising brings the action and adventure of this beloved series to new heights – and new visual dimensions – on the Nintendo 3DS system. The dark goddess Medusa and her Underworld Army have returned, and they’ve got their sights set on the heroic angel Pit. With the aid of Palutena, goddess of light and guardian of the human race, Pit must fend off this malevolent threat. The richly immersive graphics of the Nintendo 3DS system offer incredible depth as Pit battles enemies by air and by land. (Supernova)
Special guests appearing at Supernova Sydney and Perth include:
Jeffrey ‘Chamba’ Cruz
Street Fighter II: Turbo, Udon Comics,
Viktor Krum in Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire
Slave of Sondelle
Scion, New Avengers, Avengers: The Childrens Crusade
Lt. Selar, K’Ehleyr, the Female Q, Tarah, in TNG, Voyager and Enterprise
Artist on Kabuki, Daredevil, Avengers
Author of Torn.
Author of the ‘Seven waters’ trilogy.
Batgirl in the 60’s Batman Series, Orion Slave girl ‘Marta’ in Star trek
Family Guy, The Cleveland Show.
Author of Sabriel, Lirael and Abhorsen.
Artists Alley promo…
Supanova is all about supporting the local industry and providing a spotlight for the local comic creators. That spotlight is Artists Alley; the place where the fans can meet the creators and explore worlds they may never have known existed before. Whether its a 25 page self-printed black and white comic, or a full color, fully bound graphic novel, or even stunning computer art prints, you’ll find something to astonish in Artists Alley.
The artists are approachable and always willing to give constructive feedback on artwork. As such, Artists Alley can be a fantastic tool for the emerging artist to improve their skills or make new connections and possibly take their first leap into the professional industry! (Supernova)
Thank you to all involved in the promotion and success of Supernova. We look forward to seeing you all out there again tomorrow. As Marvel Comics living legend Stan Lee says, Excelsior!
Eva Rinaldi Photography
Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
Music News Australia
A few nice wonder women images I found:
Image by ohnochriso
Coming for you.
Image by V Threepio
Yellow Watermark = unedited
White Watermark = edited
Ping me if you’d like an edit, I will be happy to do so when I find the time! These photos have an attribution no derivatives license, be sure to link back to me if you’d like to share on another site! Thanks!
Unknown boy and young woman, dated 1909
Image by whatsthatpicture
Another discovery from The Hague. Lovely relaxed and quite intimate portrait, and she is a real beauty.
On the reverse (see below) it appears to say:
I am sending you a photo of my boy – always yours …" and then I can’t make out the name, but I am wondering if it is along the lines of "Con S Ray". The S could be superscript. Possibly Constance? The date, 18 February 1909, is in another hand, and looks continental in style, so I am wondering if this was sent to Holland, and that’s how it ended up in a shop in The Hague over 100 years later? If that is so then it would have been the date that it was received, but it still suggests a date for the image of some time in 1909.
Assassins Creed II sw-00018
Image by Daniel Semper
A few nice x men images I found:
Image by jwelcher
[Two Men with Lockheed 10B Electra]
Image by SMU Central University Libraries
Title: [Two Men with Lockheed 10B Electra]
Creator: Robert Yarnall Richie
Date: March 1940
Place: Houston, Texas
Part Of: Robert Yarnall Richie Photograph Collection
Description: Two men looking at a Lockheed Model 10B Electra at William P. Hobby Airport in Houston, Texas.
Physical Description: 1 transparency: film, color; 10 x 13 cm
Rights: Please cite DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University when using this file. A high-resolution version of this file may be obtained for a fee. For details see the sites.smu.edu/cul/degolyer/research/permissions/ web page. For other information, contact email@example.com.
For more information, see: digitalcollections.smu.edu/cdm/ref/collection/ryr/id/1415
View the Robert Yarnall Richie Photograph Collection digitalcollections.smu.edu/all/cul/ryr/