#OOTD: more #BlueBeetle inspired goodness, with matching bug (dragonfly) earrings. #comics (Taken with Instagram)
@ilikecomicstoo reading Showcase Presents: Booster Gold! She was decked out in her (Blue) beetle earrings and pendant to mark the occasion.
Not only is this adorable…LOOK AT THAT SCARAB AMULET!
I want that necklace! BLUE AND GOLD
WHERE CAN I BUY THIS?!
Where is this woman?!? She shall be queen of my people!
Oh my goodness, thank you all for sharing my picture! (Reblogged by Gail Simone?! -faints!-)
To answer a few questions:
> That is me in the picture, hello!
> I had the pendant custom made.
> I have some other fun Blue Beetle stuff, including photos of my cosplay as Jaime Reyes. Please see the BB tag on my blog.
You guys are the best! <3
Happy #ReadComicsinPublic Day! I’m decked out in my beetle earrings and pendant for the occasion. (Taken with Instagram)
Well! This is awkward. Regular Ted, meet Dead Ted. #bluebeetle (Taken with Instagram)
I actually feel bad taking this guy out of his packaging. The card is pretty cool! #bluebeetle #tedkord (Taken with Instagram)
This is one of the reasons I love (and miss) Ted Kord so much. There were so many moments where his humanity was obvious. Ted didn’t have superpowers; he couldn’t fly, he didn’t have super strength or laser eyes. All he had were smarts and determination, a lot like Bats.
Yet unlike Bats, he could also laugh at himself (and others), and while he had his fair share of dramatic tragedies, he also struggled with the same problems as the everyday man— like weight.
I mean, when was the last time you saw a pudgy member of the Justice League?