FOX television series “Sleepy Hollow” is accepting resumes for all crew positions in Atlanta! For More Info! Go To!


Chris Evans & Robert Downey Jr. Reveal the Poster & Trailer for Civil War


1994 – Gridlock in Atlanta caused by Freaknik interfered with weddings, work schedules and even a prom. The free-form festival brought the central city to its knees. At its peak in 1994 and 1995, more than 200,000 mostly black college students would flock to Atlanta, causing massive traffic jams as men would literally get out of their cars to taunt, videotape or grope women. But by the time it ended in 1999, politicians and police had made movement in Atlanta so restrictive that for the students, Freaknik was hardly worth it anymore. “I was disappointed by what it became,” said Sharon Toomer, one of the founders of Freaknik. “Its original purpose was to be an annual event to encourage camaraderie between historically black colleges. It was a rare opportunity for black college students to get together." 

During the 1982-1983 school year, Toomer was a freshman at Spelman College and a member of the D.C. Metro Club. Toomer said that as spring break approached the club planned a small picnic on campus for students who could not afford to go home. About 50 people showed up and enjoyed barbecue chicken, Go Go music and Parliament Funkadelic.

"It was very innocent,” Toomer said. “Even the name. Throughout the year, we had this thing about the Freak. There was a dance called "The Freak,” Rick James had a song out called “Super Freak,” and Chic had “Le Freak.” So we named it Freaknik. That was it. It was a sign of the music at the time.“Photo by Johnny Crawford from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution archives and text from a story by Ernie Suggs


We have two (2) posters of the Original Plumbing issue 13 cover, signed by the one and only James Darling (jamesdarlingxxx). This professionally printed poster is 11"x17", the photograph of James is by Amos Mac (amosmac), comes in a plastic sleeve and will be shipped in a tube.

Reblog this post to enter!


-There will be TWO (2) winners!

-This giveaway is for followers only - you must follow

-Reblogs only (Likes do not count) 

-The winners will be chosen by a random generator.

-You can live anywhere and enter, we will ship worldwide!

-Give away ends Monday June 23rd at 12:00PM Eastern Standard time.


christinekozlowski: Tour bus stylin with Harry himself. This man is a saint. If you only knew how amazing he made our night and this special proposal- he also saved our night after we had three dead cell phones, no ids, minimal cash, and a lost set of car keys. He just saved our night, and made this the most special night anyone could possibly ask for. Thank you @harrystyles. @beerad4220 and I are blessed beyond measure. Better than words. #littlethings #onedirection #hotlanta #georgiadome #tourbus #1Dproposal


Happy Tuesday!

We’re bringing you another Cosplay Cover Spotlight! Next up is a Yaya Han, who is on All-New Inhmans #1 Cosplay Variant, on sale now.

Yaya Han is a costume designer, model and cosplay entertainer based in Atlanta, GA. She started cosplaying in 1999, and since then has made over 300 costumes.

We asked Yaya to walk us through the process of making her Medusa costume!

When I was asked to be a part of Marvel’s Cosplay Covers project, I quickly started looking at alternatives to bodysuit based superhero costumes, since I knew the shoot would be taking place in June, in Hotlanta, and also for variety’s sake for the covers. Medusa wears regal, beautiful gowns sometime, and I thought it would look great with her big hair, so I combined elements from different illustrations and created my own interpretation of the character.

The dress had to be light and flowy, so I turned to dupioni silk. I made the dress with my overlock (serger) and sewing machine to ensure that all the edges and seams were nicely finished, and lined it to the hip. The sleeves are fully lined.

As a juxtaposition to the airy gown, I made the cincher out of thick gold vinyl, like armor. There is a layer of headliner foam under the vinyl, which gave it crisp lines when I quilted the fabric. The cincher is steel boned and lined with coutil.

The wig is 2 wigs sewn together. I wanted the volume over the length. For cosplay, it is incredibly difficult to handle an ankle length wig, so I thought hip length but sky high would be sufficient. Surprisingly, all these colors of red, purple and gold complement each other beautifully!

For more from Yaya, click over to her official site.

Stay tuned to Marvel’s Tumblr as we continue highlighting more cosplayers from our Cover Variants each week!

Photographs provided by Judy Stephens.