"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
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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 superhero's costume is a pretty important part of his character, so it
I thought I had seen it all, but the costumes continue to amaze me. This weekend I have seen everything from babies to zombies, cartoons to visitors even Deadpool to vikings. The detail and work that goes into these costumes is absolutely amazing. B
Aah, Friday. The end of the work week. it is finally time to sit back and relax a bit. Oh, wait, I have a convention to work... Yeah, I know. Poor little Chris, he has to go to San Diego and hang out with comic book fans all day. I