1. More harmless fetish fun, a cute maid bound and gagged in Colleen Coover’s Bandette #7

  2. Criminal bunnygirls handcuffed? It doesn’t gets better than this.

  3. Remembering Amanda Conner’s variant covers for Thor Goes Hollywood, released alongside the first Thor movie in 2011. One a reference to The Graduate, another a (more obscure) reference to Breakfast Club.

  4. Was there anything to In Time besides Amanda Seyfried’s gorgeous outfits and bad time-related puns? Probably not, but she really should drop the blonde look, this suits her better.

  5. More Jaimie Alexander, this time by Elisabeth Caren for Viva Magazine.

  6. Remembering the Thor The Dark World premiere where Jaimie Alexander stole the show making a dress theoretically unwearable look awesome.

  7. Elisabeth Moss looking gorgeous, shot by Aleksandar Tomovic for Bello Magazine this year.

  8. Gemma Arterton rocking a latex pencil skirt during last May in The Jonathan Ross Show. If she wasn’t awesome already…


  9. Kimbra looking supercute while filming her Come Into My Head music video, I love this outfit. Full-sized pic here.

  10. Since Hot Toys is releasing figures of Tony Stark and Steve Rogers in street gear, it would be cool to see one of Natasha… She surely doesn’t needs the catsuit to look awesome.

  11. Natasha should totally get fashion tips from new character Tori Raven, she looked fabulous (and PINK) in her scenes in Black Widow #5.


  12. The must-read modern Black Widow stories

    So you just saw Captain America: Winter Soldier and now you are intrigued by Black Widow, and interested in her stories, but you are new to comics?

    These are good places to start, with excellent and self contained stories that won’t leave you scratching your head. Also none of these stories will make you cringe with silly sexism, a common problem in comic books.

    1. Devin Grayson’s Black Widow: The Itsy Bitsy Spider and Breakdown


    After many years of barely appearing in comics, writer Devin Grayson helped reintroduce her in 1999 with these two excellent miniseries. These redefined her as a more badass heroine in morally ambiguous espionage stories, and also introduced a villainous Black Widow, Yelena Belova. Both get to face each other in unexpected ways. Very good reads, very good art by JG Jones and Scott Hampton.

    You can buy both in this hardcover, and in digital format over here and here.

    2. Marjorie Liu’s Black Widow: The Name of the Rose


    With her cinematic debut in Iron Man 2, Marvel tried to give her an ongoing series in 2010. The first five issues by writer Marjorie Liu and artist Daniel Acuña are arguably the best Widow story ever made, with enough action and melodrama to make everybody happy. Secrets of the past, some guest stars from the Marvel Universe, and a striking finale. Very very recommended.

    You can get these issues in both hardcover and paperback, and also in digital format.

    The series lasted three more issues with other creators but they never closed the following storyline due to cancellation.

    3. Nathan Edmoson’s Black Widow: The Finely Woven Thread


    And of course, since she got such an extended role in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Marvel is trying again with a new ongoing series. As of now, five issues have been released, with very nice modern espionage stories. Writer Nathan Edmonson and artist Phil Noto are doing a great job, and it’s very worth checking.

    You can get the individual issues at your local comic book store, wait until July for the first collected edition, or buy it digital, that’s what I’m doing.

    A note about buying digital comics: both Comixology and Marvel Digital sell them, and if you have accounts on both they sync, so you get the comic you bought in both reader apps. Some (not all) paper comics and collected editions have a code that lets you get the digital comic for free in the Marvel Digital store, which is a nice bonus.

  13. All the outfits on Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. They’re easy to unlock really, I’m only halfway through all the game goals and already got them all.

  14. Shiina Ringo’s amazing shoes on her newest live blu ray, Tōtaikai.

  15. As good as the new Tomb Raider is, I miss the older Lara from earlier games. I guess we can still get that in the sequels. These artworks by Michael Komarck are from the excellent Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.