the wrath of Comicon #4

Here are a few more pics from the show…

QM's firefly

QM's enterprise

a pewter piece also by QM

some very cool prints from the ACME archives booth

woooo I loved this huge map room from Raiders piece

one wicked comic version of the joker

one of the original batman costumes from Chris Nolan's continuing series

the Jokers outfit, Love those suade shoes

just some neeto charecter

one of the many cool costumes

this gals outfithad a bit to do with inspiring Kendell's scifi outfit

one of the costumed promotional girls working her booth

she almost looked artificial,

SUPERGIRL,,,, she was about the only supergirl I saw all day Thursday.

a well done Hell Raiser costume and cube

Doc Brown's toy car from back to the future

It's Wonder Woman!!!

more Steampunk, I LOVE IT!!!

this print is a masterpiece,,, I laughed so hard

another laugh out load print

a beautiful trio of steam punk

if your familiar with a series called "Mandi" by Dean Yeagle, you'll be amazed at the uncanny resemblence of the model and the print behind her is!!! unbelievable likeness

one incredible full sized sculpt of SUPERMAN

the girls of Batman, Poision Ivy, Cat woman, and Harlequin

It's Toadie

there were a lot of these black clad assign girls running around

just down the street from the Con was a gallery dedicated to the Conan O'Brien comic charector, pretty cool stuffthe ecto mobile cruising down the boulavard,, what a smoker she was too!!!

I loved this steampunk Doctor and his gal!!! way cool

woooooo what a pose

a huge F-14

It's Barf from "Spaceballs"

this was the last of the steampunk couples I saw at the show!!! gotta love that pilots hat

and here's the last picture from the con, it's the new police druiser from the new "Total Recall"

14 Responses to “the wrath of Comicon #4”

  1. 1 Richard Knapp
    August 24, 2011 at 8:17 am

    Hi John:
    Wow – more great pictures. That QM Enterprise model sure looks nice! Judging from the costumes, it seems like a lot of people had a lot of fun. Thank you for posting.

    How goes the move? Hope all is well.

    Best regards,

  2. 4 evil_genius_180
    August 24, 2011 at 10:49 am

    Wow, I need to move to California. That way, I can go to this thing and meet some of these good looking women who go to it. 😀 (and see the other stuff too, let’s not get crazy here)

    Great pics, as before. I LOVE that life-size Superman sculpt. It’s so real looking, a great tribute to my favorite Superman, Christopher Reeve. The models are great, especially Firefly. I love that show. And those Stormtrooper prints were just too funny. I laughed out loud over “REGRET… Those were the droids I was looking for” and “I had friends on that Death Star.” The pics make them even funnier, I love the booze glass in the Stormtrooper’s hand in the 2nd one. 😀 And, of course, the costumes are amazing.

    Thanks again for sharing the pics. I hope you’re having fun with your film projects and that you and your family are settling into your new home. 🙂

  3. 5 mikephys
    August 24, 2011 at 2:36 pm

    Wonderful pics! I wish I could have been there live! BTW, the steampunk doctor in the white coat and goggles on his forhead is Dr. Horrible from Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along-Blog! Great costume! I’ve been looking for a labcoat like that!

  4. August 25, 2011 at 4:14 am

    Some very cool Stuff. Love those T-shirt Prints.
    Some very cool Costumes.
    Though I not a fan or all the remakes Hollywood are spiting out in recent years. I have to say that police Cruiser from the new Total Recall looks cool. Sort of remind me of the one from Blade Runner. Though I have to say I am not sure how they can improve on Paul Verhoeven version. That is just one sweet film.

  5. August 25, 2011 at 10:31 am

    Thanks for posting these, John. It’s great to live vicariously through you and your camera lens. 🙂 Wow the first “booth girl” you posted is so cute. I hope she had fun there.

    I have a promo poster on my wall of the F-14 model that I got at last year’s con, great to see how the model turned out. Bigger than I thought! I wonder how big a model of an aircraft carrier in the same scale would be. 😀

    Hmm. I’m really undecided on whether I approve of them making a Total Recall follow up (or remake? Tell me it’s not a direct remake!), as the original is one of my favourite movies, but that police cruiser makes a great first impression. I take it the suit behind it also from the movie? I don’t recall any police cars in the original, so maybe this suggests the story will be different.

    Keep smiling!


    • September 1, 2011 at 10:11 am

      I’ve just heard that Hollywood is doing a remake of the Korean classic “Oldboy”. They’ll never have the guts to do the ending (those who’ve seen the film will know what I mean) and it’ll just suck.

      Why are there so many remakes about?

  6. 9 MickRC
    August 25, 2011 at 2:06 pm

    Wow – something I didn’t think was possible – a girl with purple hair more awesome than the Brits from UFO!

  7. 10 Scott D
    August 26, 2011 at 6:24 pm

    Wow, love that Total Recall display how it looks like it’s hovering. And that Christopher Reeve statue looks so lifelike.

  8. 11 Razorgeist
    August 26, 2011 at 10:28 pm

    See part of me is wondering if any of the costumed girls were getting freaked out by you taking pictures of them. Then I realized that this is a con and they’re probably used to it. But it would be funny if something like this happened.

    Costumed Girl: Eww honey this guy is taking pictures of me.

    Boyfriend: hey pal what do you think you’re doing!?

    John: Hey its okay I designed the Enterprise-E.

    Boyfriend: Oh uh sorry please continue.

  9. August 27, 2011 at 5:26 am

    I could have sworn that was actually Christopher Reeves for a minute there. What an amazing sculpture!

    That F-14 was cool too.

    One question though; the new Total Recall? Doesn’t Hollywood have any original ideas left?

  10. 13 MickRC
    August 27, 2011 at 12:01 pm

    I’m all for remakes as long as they are entertaining and don’t just rehash the original. While I liked the original Total Recall, I liked the short story it came from better. Philip K. Dick wrote some great stories, many made into movies.

    “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep ” – source for Blade Runner
    “A Scanner Darkly” – film of the same name
    “We Can Remember it For You Wholesale” – source for Total Recall
    “Second Variety” – source for Screamers
    “The Minority Report” – source for Minority Report
    “Paycheck” – film of the same name
    “The Golden Man” – source for Next
    “Imposter” – film of same name
    “Adjustment Team” – source for The Adjustment Bureau

  11. September 7, 2011 at 5:58 pm

    The Wonder Woman is really wonderfull! I demand more photos of her. 😀 😀

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