I just happened to run across these pictures of me cosplaying at San Diego Comic Con last year. I cosplayed as the Cathy Lee Crosby version of Wonder Woman from the 1974 TV movie. I have to admit, I chose a relatively obscure version of Wonder Woman, LOL. But, I love the CLC version, I thought she was a way different take on the character.
I also wanted to cosplay as someone you would not see 30 girls dressed the same as. I don’t think most people had any clue as to who I was cosplaying as. But the ones who did were really excited that I chose to do her. So let’s have a look at the pictures!
Ready for another cosplay interview? This time I talk to Batgirl Raquel who went to San Diego Comic Con to cosplay as DC Comics villain Poison Ivy. As you can see I am cosplaying as the Cathy Lee Crosby version of Wonder Woman. Let’s chat up this cutie. Watch below:
I have new video for you. This one is an interview I did with one of my favourite cosplay girls Becca Batgirl. She is quite lovely and does an awesome Batgirl. I met her last year at Wondercon and was fortunate to talk to her again at San Diego Comic Con last year. I was cosplaying as the Cathy Lee Crosby Wonder Woman, which I should probably do a little more of, I love that costume. Let’s have a look at the video shall we?
When I was at San Diego Comic Con I had the chance to talk to Nerdgasms.net about a lot of the new and exciting projects that I have going on. If you are not yet familiar with their website, they post news, interviews and commentary about all the geeky things going on in pop culture. Check out their site when you have a chance.
Aside from that, here is my video interview:
Let me know what you think of the interview by leaving a comment below. You know you can always tweet me as well, Twitter.com/TanyaTate.
While at San Diego Comic Con I stopped by the Funko booth! If you are a regular viewer of my videos, you'd have seen reviews of several Funko POP! vinyl collectibles. I'm a big fan of theirs and love collecting the vinyl figures of all the pop-culture and entertainment franchises.
So, of course, when I went to SDCC one of the first booths I went to was the Funko one! Oh. My. God. the place was packed ALL weekend long. By the time I got a chance to "pop" by for a video interview, you can see the place was just about cleaned out. Let's have a look!
This year they had so many Comic Con exclusives, which we talk about in the video, and fans had a brilliant time collecting them all.
People love Funko, and so do I! Take a look at the video and let me know what you think by leaving a comment below. And stay tuned for more Funko POP! video reviews to come...
Straight from the San Diego Comic Con is the exclusive “Disco” Skeletor Funko POP vinyl figure. I originally didn’t know too much about this vinyl figure, aside from the brilliant colours, but when I read up on the origins of this variant, I fell in love. I think it’s awesomely fun.
Like I mentioned this was a San Diego Comic Con exclusive figure and I was very lucky to get ahold of one as the Funko booth was the hot spot of the convention and so many fans were there that by the end of every day, the shelves were empty.
Let’s have a look at my review of Disco Skeletor from the Masters of the Universe series.
What did you think of the review? Let me know by following me on Twitter or you can leave a comment here or on Youtube.
Are you ready for another on of my video reviews? You are going to love this, especially if you are a Masters of the Universe fan. Tomorrow I will be reviewing Disco Skeletor. What is a “Disco Skeletor” you may be asking? Well, I explain all that in the video. One thing that I will say, is that this collectible vinyl figure is a limited San Diego Comic Con exclusive. Which is exactly were I picked up this brilliant figure.
So please be sure to join me tomorrow as I take a look at my first MOTU POP! vinyl figure.
Until then, how about watching my review of another SDCC exclusive; Headless Ned Stark from the Game of Thrones series!
I am still finding pictures of my self from San Diego Comic Con, LOL. Here is something very cool, the Warner Archive had a picture of me in their newsletter that just went out. How exciting is that?
They really liked the fact that I cosplayed as the Cathy Lee Crosby Wonder Woman from the 1974 television movie.
I had been planning to do this version of Wonder Woman for a while now. I thought it would be cool, since a lot of you have suggest for me to cosplay as Wonder Woman. I’m obviously not a brunette and didn’t fancy wearing a wig for the Lynda Carter look, so when I found out about the Cathy Lee Crosby version, I knew I had to do it!
The lads at Warner Archive were kind enough to get a picture of me in the costume and put me in their newsletter.
If you don’t know about Warner Archive, they make available some obscure and hard to find movies and television shows on demand. So if you want Tv Shows like Josie and The Pussycats in Outer Space, Captain Caveman, Legends of the Super Heroes or the Wonder Woman TV movie, visit their website and add them on twitter.
While at San Diego Comic Con 2013 I stopped by the Zenescope Comics booth. Zenescope is one of my favourite comic book companies, they produce really awesome comics like Grimm Fairy Tales, Return To Wonderland and The Jungle Book. I talked to one of the owners Ralph, which you can see here. He talks about the SDCC exclusives, the big new releases and the hot new series Hit List.
If you would like to see more interviews from SDCC 2013, I have more coming!
Well, here it is one of the most exciting San Diego Comic Con exclusives for all you Game of Thrones fans; the Headless Ned Stark! Oh my. When I first reviewed the regular Ned Stark from Wave One of the Game of Thrones Pop vinyl series, I received a lot of tweets asking “Is there a headless one???” I think most people were making a joke, but Funko wasn’t. They dropped this incredible figure at SDCC and I was able to acquire one. Let’s have a look at Headless Ned Stark shall we?
Wow. If you are a collector of Game of Thrones, especially the POP vinyl series from Funko, Headless Ned really is a must-have. I’m really thrilled with it.
Let me know what you think! Are you going to add Headless Ned Stark to your collection? Post a comment below!
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