This is a dark summer for geek girls. Though superhero and comic book-based films are all the rage these days, it's male crime-fighters who get all the attention: there are no films starring female superheroes on the horizon.
In an issue that will go on sale in August, Archie Comics will feature a kiss between two openly gay characters, Kevin and his boyfriend Devon. The gay kiss (because just like "gay marriage," it can't be just a "kiss," right?) shows how much the 72-year-old Archie Comics company has evolved amid America's cultural changes.
Pepper Potts (Gwenyth Paltrow) and a conveniently sexy fire in Iron Man 3.
Shane Black's Iron Man 3 has rolled into theaters and conquered box office receipts. After the alien attack on New York during The Avengers, Tony Stark is not doing well. While suffering from insomnia and anxiety attacks, an Asian-played-by-white-guy terrorist named the Mandarin has stepped up to inflict damage on American civilians.
So, finally, we reach the faboulus finale of RuPaul's Drag Race, season 5. Of course, it has been padded more than a drag queen's hips. In the finale, we get brief renunions, and briefer briefs. Did your pick win?
We're down to the final three competitors in this season of RuPaul's Drag Race. Each of the trio has the crown and cash directly in their crosshairs, yet this week had to compete in challenges as rigorous as they were random. Will the winner be Alaska the all-around pro, Jinkx the jester, or Roxxxy the... um... hair choreographer? Read my illustrated recap of the show's best moments below!
The fierce four remaining queens fought tooth and nail to pin down the elusive crown on this week's episode of RuPaul's Drag Race. Everybody's working past their last nerve to make it to the finish line. Candy clothes and punchy puppets took center stage in this delicoius and brutal episode of RuPaul's Drag Race. Here's my illustrated recap!
This week was the very special episode of RuPaul's Drag Race when our queens must take up drag novices and trick them out into being real drag royalty. This time around, in a turn of sincere patriotism, all the novices were gay military veterans. The soilders could not have been any more enthusiatic for high-heel-boots camp. Makeovers, make unders, and makeup blunders push our players to tears, reminding us, as in the Marines: no pain, no gain.
Check out our illustrated recap of the show where five faboulous fatales become four.
The cartoon whimsy of Drag Race continues, as does our illustrated coveradge. This week our queens are challenged with Telenova style skits and thier ability to fake tears and orgasms. Coco's cat fight creshendos, and the wrong queen is sent packing. The competion is whittled down to a fiece five, and 100 grand is on the line.