From the cosplay creator that brought you Medieval Darth Vader, Prince Armory does it again with his amazingly beautiful Asgardian Iron Man. Everything you see here is custom made from head to foot. It’s intricately carved, and then painted, and finally placed together into a masterpiece. And the thing that gets me the most…..it’s all made of leather. **Faint** see for yourself after the break:
I’m trying to read all the Secret Wars issues in the order they come out, but unlike what I’ve done with Convergence, I haven’t pigeon-holed myself. Hence the title of these posts is not “Week Two, Part Two” or something similar. Sometimes I just can’t resist the urge to jump ahead. Out of pure curiosity, or to avoid spoilers. It’s for that reason that this post sees a bit of a mish-mash between some of the first releases and some of the more recent.
Spoilers after the break for Planet Hulk #1, Loki: Agent of Asgard #14, Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #1 and Secret Wars: Battleworld #2.
Also, if you are like me and haven’t read all of Johnathon Hickman’s Avengers run leading up to Secret Wars, be sure to take Tom’s Road To Secret Wars course at gabbinggeekuniversity.com. The reading materials are online here: Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four, Part Five, Part Six and Part Seven.
You now what we’ve been missing to help us get through Monday? LOKI HORNS! Just slip into this little number, you can be trickster you’ve always wanted to be, coffee not included. Etsy shop owner Oneiromantic Designs has two different versions to offer. The MCU version, and the original comic book version. Check out both masters of manipulation after the break:
WHOA! The intricacies and detail on this Medieval Loki Cosplay by Clint Beasley is straight from Asgard! From the helmet to the breast plate, and the detailing on the back of the cape, you will not want to miss this superior creation! More picture after the break:
Hot damn! And I mean that. This is coming from a woman that appreciates femininity in comics, yet wants artists to be careful not to over sexualize their characters. And ANGELA, for the longest time, teetered toward the later….until now. Marvel’s Angela will be debuting a new costume designed by series co-artist Phil Jimenez, and I’m really stoked to show you the before and after images!