Archive for April, 2009
Pixie cosplays in this striking interpretation of Lord Alfred Tennyson’s 1832 poem, The Lady of Shalott
See this set and more on Pixie’s Profile
I can’t remember if I already told you guys about this GothicSluts set where Scar 13 demonstrates how much she really really loves her hookah. Hopefully, on 4/20, I can be forgiven if my memory is a little fuzzy. I think the hookah makers intended for her to put that part only in her mouth, but this is nice too.
Bonnie is one of the hottest girls on EroticBPM. Clix, the photographer of this set, says he shot all three sets of her, “on location at Graffiti Shop… prolly the single kewlest head shop in the world where the proprietor, a good friend of mine, sells all his own hand made glass. If you refer back to the Christmas set of Jamie you’ll see her using a hand blown glass toy he made for that specific set!”
Whoever said girls can’t be DM’s obviously never played with Vivian Winters. She is so proud of the fact that she knows her ass from a hole in the ground, that she’s willing to show it all while showing it off!
Join this lovely geek girl as she shows you how to REALLY capture your player’s attentions while you run them through you newest campaign of dragon slaying or orc hunting.
In this BarelyEvil set, Szandora demonstrates the correct way to prep for the Rites of Easter. Is that right? In springtime, when my heart turns to thoughts of love, I always confuse Ishtar and Easter and devil worship demon summoning.
This month is full of goodies! New models, Resident Evil 5 review and much more!
First off, our latest model is Starla. Her boyfriend is a photographer for GGO and has a studio set up where he normally shoots fantasy themed sets. You may recognize some of his work from Shiba’s sets, but the weapons are all Starla’s!
In her debut set, she shows off some of her faves from her collection.
Geek Girl Starla
This month’s zine features a review of Resident Evil 5 from our newest writer, Negi:
Resident Evil 5 isn’t exactly the best, but the graphics and storyline of the game is truly epic. It is about betrayal, loyalty and above all, staying the hell alive while protecting each other.
Doc is back (yay!) with his webcomic reviews. For April, he brings us Porterhouse:
Today’s review hits close to home for me. (And also gives me an excuse to talk about one of my favorite things… me!) It’s Porterhouse by Kent Archer and Tom Torre. It chronicles the life of a struggling cartoonist and his sidekick Buster, the genetically enhanced peanut.
The Yarg reviews the latest remake/revisit: Friday the 13th:
In this film, Jason is much scarier than he was in the other 9 that he stars in. Yes, 2 of the films did not have Jason Vorhees. What a shocker! Jason is intelligent, fast, works out things quite well, and is much more methodical in his killings than in his previous films, where he just seemed to go on a rampage once awoken.
Transmissions from Asteroid M. and MaGnUs give us insight into the world of comics attempting to mimic the real world:
As I’ve commented on previous occasions, particularly when I wrote my article on Rising Stars, during the last few years, end of the past decade and the first years of the current one, there’s been a marked trend to set fantastic comic books, in worlds as similar as possible to the real world.
Hedgegoth shares a bit of spring delight with his work “Woodgod Of Spring”
AskGarnet!: Masturbating too much?
Is there such a thing? How do you know it’s gone from harmful fun to addiction? Garnet gives a little advice on how to find out and realize when you are just jerking a little more often than you probably should be.
And of course, The List of Things Mr. Welch Can No Longer Do in an RPG:
723. If my character is related to a god, it can’t be as a parent.
724. The time machine is not for finishing my set of Disciple autographs.
725. No, there is not a Mr. Of Arc. No, I still can’t hit on her.