One aspect of comic book culture that has its fair share of pluses and minuses is cosplay. While some costumes are terrifically inventive, others are just flat out terrible both in terms of design and respect for the person wearing it
It's the Friday before Halloweekend 2009 and, for whatever reason, that means I can force my passion for pugs upon you all with an image gallery dedicated to their ability to do things like keep the Earth safe from asteroids and alien invaders
Halloween is just around the corner, and if you haven't picked a costume, you'd best get on that, stat. Personally, I'm going as Batwoman, and while most fans will agree that comic book costumes are a solid choice, every once in a while someone spins their love of the medium into something special
Halloween is less than a month away now, meaning that those of you who've yet to start thinking about a costume are getting ever closer to achieving that dreaded status of "waiting until the last moment
Oh, dear. This was bound to happen eventually. Marvel has released a line of Halloween costumes featuring the women of Marvel. Congrats, Spider-Girl. You've now joined the ranks of "sexy" Halloween costumes; a pr
Comic books might not be the first place people look for fashion, but come on: Who can forget the surprising accuracy of their prediction that we'd all be wearing capes and tights by the year 2000?
Well, okay, maybe not, but a super-hero's costume is a pretty important part of his character, so it
"Smallville" producer Brian Patterson revealed at Comic-Con this weekend that despite the "no tights, no flights" rule that has previously defined the show, Clark Kent will be donning a costume for the very first time in the upcoming ninth season of the show, as he begins "the last stage" in the process of becoming Superman