Things We Saw Today: High-Fashion Archie Heels
Things We Saw Today
Archie Comics already had a partnership with MAC Cosmetics, now they’re moving on to fashion designer Charlotte Olympia for shoes, clutches, and more. They’ll also have designer prices of around $1000. (via Set to Stunning)
- See what a grown man looks like in an adult-sized Big Wheel. (via The Frisky)
- USA Today interviewed Grant Morrison, currently working on the Wonder Woman: Earth One graphic novel for DC, who said a Wonder Woman isn’t actually all that tricky. “People have just convinced themselves that that’s true. I know Warner Bros. isn’t particularly keen on launching movies with female leads, and most of the big studios aren’t. It’s just a thing in Hollywood — they have fears about this. They also believe the audience is composed mainly of 18- to 30-year-old men who don’t want to know about women,” he told them. “Believe me, that’s what they think: ‘Boys don’t want to see a bunch of Amazons running around.'”
May the fairy dust be with you, Jedi Tinker Bell. See some other amazing costumes that won awards at D23’s Heroes and Villains à la Mode Costume Contest at Oh My Disney.
- Speaking of D23, at their presentation, Disney confirmed Star Wars: Episode VII’s Summer 2015 release date…and said nothing else about the project. Still no word on who’s voicing Rocket Raccoon for Guardians of the Galaxy either. Sad trombone.
- Some folks have a Kickstarter going for a video game cosplay calendar featuring men instead of women for a change.