ComicMix Radio: Kevin Smith And The Greatest American Hero

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Dang. From reading the headline I was expecting Kevin Smith would be writing/directing a Greatest American Hero movie. Would actually be a good fit for both.

  2. BelleChere says:

    Hey guys! I was the Spider-Woman with the Nick Fury. It was fun swinging by your booth and getting that little interview. You have a great site here – thanks for introducing it to me! Take care. :)

    • Russ Rogers says:

      Mike Raub, thanks for the interview with BelleChere and her husband Jerry. ComicMix featured her work heavily during the coverage of Wizard World. She was photographed as both Anna Mercury and Rogue at Wizard World. I even recommended that ComicMix interview her then! I didn't remember that, I doubt Mike did either. But thanks for taking my advice! ;)At the SDCC she was back as Anna Mercury, but also hauled out Spider-woman, She-Hulk and Black Cat. Her Spider-Woman and Black Cat costumes were autographed by Frank Cho and Terry Dodgson, respectively.I know nothing about Cos-Play or the costume scene at Cons, but it's easy to see that BelleChere is one of the best.Here's a thought: ComicMix should have BelleChere whip up a GrimJack costume for Jerry for FallCon in Minnesota in October. John Ostrander is putting in an appearance there! There'll be enough Star Wars and Batman costumes representing John's other work in comics. ComicMix needs to make a visual splash, especially when they announce the first ComicMix graphic novel to go into print publication. Hmm? (Just guessing.)Maybe Belle could make a Maggie the Cat costume or a White Viper costume for herself? White Viper does have a costume, yes? Actually, imagine the ONE-TWO punch of GrimJack walking into a convention with Darlin' Lil by his side! BelleChere and Jerry could pull this off, easily!Mike mentioned putting up a link to BelleChere's site. I'm not sure if she has one. This is BelleChere's MySpace page. She's got some great photos from the SDCC and a nice, personal rundown of her experiences there in her blog.