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I’m cosplaying Amanda Waller from the Justice league universe and my friend is Superman!
I’m so excited about the new superman movie! Alexander Rae is one of my favorite cosplayers!
my newest star trek uniform i wore to the cherry hill star trek con!
Riley and Ellie, The Last of Us: American Dreams #3
She’s not a superhero in the typical sense of the word, but anyone who’s looking forward to Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us should check out American Dreams when it hits shelves on April 24, 2013. The title features a young woman named Riley, one of the comic’s protagonists. In the story, Riley meets Ellie (the game’s protagonist) around the time both characters have to join the military or be left to fend for themselves outside or in the quarantine zone. Riley is described as “tough” and a “cool older girl” in contrast to Ellie’s inexperienced or “innocent” character. Riley wants to escape the quarantine zone and avoid the life of a soldier, so she and Ellie decide to leave and tough it in the post apocalyptic environment of their world.
My whole life I have been waiting for this <3
All my life, I’ve been searching
All my life I felt empty.
But no more.
We have reached the top people. Muses cosplay to perfection done by beautiful beautiful black women.
Everyone go home, pack your shit up and leave. Ain’t nothing more to do here. It’s a wrap. We did it, awesome job.
Characters: Thalia, Melpomene, Calliope, Clio, Terpsichore
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Halle Berry | Catwoman
In 2004, Halle Berry starred in the worst Catwoman film to ever exist. She won the “Razzie” award for Worst actress for her part in the movie (which she showed up to, recieved and made a small speech; quote: ”First of all, I want to thank Warner Brothers. Thank you for putting me in a piece of shit, god-awful movie… It was just what my career needed.”)
The film also won a Razzie for Worst Screenplay, Worst Director and Film.
To save anyone time, if you haven’t seen it, the movie had nothing to do with Batman OR Catwoman. It was based all around Egyptian Cat mythology, cosmetic-based drug pushing and the transformation of a recently murdered woman named Patience into a cat-themed vigilante who wears an outfit that doesn’t make sense. (To me, anyway)
I personally had no idea what was going on when I was watching this and felt like I was watching some weird superhero rap music video.
I love Halle, but she should have just said NO.
DC Nation: Thunder & Lightning - “Clothes Make the Hero” Video Clip
Look at this
short featuring Jennifer and Anissa Pierce, the daughters of Black Lighting
oh my godddd!!!!!!!!
Osira’s first appearance was in Wonder Woman #231, May 1977.
Osira and her husband Hefnakhti were aliens who crash-landed on Earth. They were worshiped as gods in ancient Egypt, but an old priest spoke out against them because they took free will from the people to maintain “peace.” He trapped them in a pyramid and they stayed trapped until 1942 until tanks destroyed it. Osira escaped, but her husband died.
Once freed from her imprisonment, Osira once again turned to forcing peace on the world. World leaders had their wills taken and were made to enter peace talks. Wonder Woman realized the truth and attempted to stop Osira, but was overpowered and became her prisoner. Osira saw that Steve Trevor looked like her dead husband, and hypnotized him into believing that he was Hefnakhti. Wonder Woman managed to escape and began the fight again. The spirit of Hefnakhti appeared and convinced Osira to stop fighting, and the pair disappeared.
“One Year Later”
As part of “One Year Later,” Osira was seen fighting Donna Troy (as Wonder Woman) and Cassie Sandsmark (as Wonder Girl).
Osiras’ powers include: shooting blasts of energy from her hands and creating a shield around herself. Her power is not unlimited, however, and must be recharged.