If you were part of the annual Masquerade Ball at the San Diego Comic Con (either as a contestant or a member of the audience) you saw some EXCELLENT cosplayers. Comic-Con International released a rundown of all the winners from the event.
Thereâ€™s nothing wrong with an origin story, especially when it is about a character few comic book readers have little knowledge.Â For masquerade, readers not only get an origin origin, but also a Dynamite Entertainmentâ€™s take on her modern origin.
Dynamite Sneak Peek has a couple big titles arriving in stores tomorrow (April 29), with the new Sherlock Holmes series taking the spotlight.Â Take the jump for a sneak peek of Sherlock Holmes #1, Masquerade #3, and Garth Ennis’ Battlefields: The Tankies #1.
Project Superpowers Spins Off Female Heroine Thereâ€™s something about golden age heroes and the time period in which their stories are set.Â I think it has something to do with the atomic bomb. Prior to the advent of the nuclear age, the world was still full of mystery, unexplored worlds, and magic.Â Times were simpler, with readers happy with their mystery men with tales set in far away worlds.Â Following the end of World War II those mystery men began to disappear into annals of history – fortunately the threat of the Nazi menace and the rising red menace gave
While Masquerade is the costume event for the fans, Marvel is teaming up with Disguise to put on a fashion show at the Marvel booth.Â Instead of models wearing traditional costumes, the ladies will be walking down the catwalk in a different interpretation of the favorites. Disguise has tossed this old and unflattering cartoonish concept and instead made fashionable, wearable and fun costumes that not only fit great but look fabulous.Â These costumes are inspired by some of the hottest and most iconic heroes to grace the pages of Marvel, and this will be your first chance to see them