A perfect afternoon? We think so.
Nebula and Gamora enjoying a relaxing massage.
Fan Expo is coming up! If only they had massage chairs available.
Stella: Daddy, is New York another country?
Me: No, it’s a state; and in that state, is New York City. People call it New York, too.
Stella: So it’s real?
Stella: I want to go there.
Stella: Because there will be billboards with Marvel superheroes everywhere and I can meet Captain Marvel and Stan Lee.
Me: Sounds like a plan.
All Nerd Girls need to visit NYC.
Here’s a look at my Batman ‘66 ‘selfie’ variant I drew for DC.
BAT CAMERA PHONE.
Loretta Jean and Delicia Pastiche will now be upgrading their rhinestone Batphone to a rhinestone Batcameraphone.
There’s just five days left to support Pick a Card: A Burlesque Exploration of Tarot Kickstarter!
This truly the most ambitious, exciting and original project Nerd Girl Burlesque has ever been asked to participate in. The show is set to take place at the gorgeous & historic Michigan Theatre (in Ann Arbor, MI) on September 27 but the show can only happen if we make our goal by Saturday, August 16!
The line-up is mind-boggling amazing, including headliner Roxi D’Lite (2014 World Champion of Exotic Dance, The Reigning Queen of Burlesque Miss Exotic World 2010). Produced by Ann Arbor’s Gala Delicious & Cruel Valentine (Chicago). Also featuring: more talent from Chicago - Red Rum, Dahlia Fatale, Vaudezilla’s Lilly Rascal, as well as Michigan phenomenons Dolly Dagger, Lushes LaMoan, The Vivacious Miss Audacious, Luna Legare, Annie Thing, AErin Garber Pearson and Violet Defiant, Mylitta & more!
There are amazing rewards available - even if you are unable to make the show itself. Help us created tarot inspired theatrical magic!
Photo credit: Photolena
Groot, like most burlesque performers, realizes that more is more when it comes to floral accessories.
Leaked footage of the glittery state of Nerd Girl Burlesque members’ cats.
Glitter: It doesn’t only infect humans.
Don’t try to warn the Black Widow of danger.
—Amazing Spider-Man #86 (1970) by Stan Lee & John Romita Sr.
You should probably let Black Widow do what she needs to do.
Anthony Mackie says some of the most beautiful and important things about inclusivity in comics and movies. A hero on and off screen.
Plus, how adorable is that photo?