Fashion authority Tim Gunn re-unites with Crazy Sexy Geeks! This episode, he looks at the Green Lantern with hosts Jennifer Ewing and Alan Kistler, superhero historian & Agent of STYLE columnist for Newsarama.com (@SizzlerKistler)! Be sure to listen to the weekly Crazy Sexy Geeks podcast (featuring Alan and Jill Pantozzi, @TheNerdyBird) on iTunes and at CrazySexyGeeks.libsyn.com
Tim Gunn joins geeky actress Jennifer Ewing and comic book historian Alan Kistler to continue their discussion on the fashion of Star Trek TOS and the films that followed Kirk and his crew. If you like Crazy Sexy Geeks, listen to our podcast on iTunes and donate via PayPal to SizzlerKistler at gmail dot com. (Read more…)
Tim Gunn, well known his appearances for Project Runway and The Smurfs (seriously) continues his look at the Earth-born Green Lanterns, with actress Jennifer Ewing and actor/writer Alan Kistler (columnist of “Agent of S.T.Y.L.E.” on Newsarama).
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A few seconds of music from “Ring Capacity” by Kirby Krackle was used in this video, out of love not out of a need to steal.
Just in time for the San Diego Comic-Con Masquerade tonight, we bring you the return of Crazy Sexy Geeks with special guest, fashion authority Tim Gunn! This episode, the Project Runway mentor looks at Green Lantern with hosts Jennifer Ewing and Alan Kistler, superhero historian & Agent of S.T.Y.L.E. columnist for Newsarama.com (@SizzlerKistler)!
Oh, smurf. First it was Tim Gunn and superheroes, and now he’s working with other comics characters. He’s taking a role Columbia’s new mixed live-action/animated movie The Smurfs in 3D, according to Variety. Gunn will play an executive assistant at a cosmetics company in the movie.
Gunn will also appear in the Sex and the City 2 movie, which comes out later this month. Which may or may not be cartoons as well.
Tim Gunn from Project Runway concludes his discussion with us on superhero
fashion as we pass judgment on Superman, Superboy, the Hulk and
others! And what famous comic book character apparently stole one of
Tim’s suits? Find out on the latest installment of Crazy Sexy Geeks!
Tim Gunn, fresh off his stint in the Iron Man armor and his guest appearances with Aquaman, reunites with Alan Kistler to discuss super-hero fashion
and judge the looks of Mr. Miracle, Star Sapphire, Power Girl,
Catwoman, Spider-Man and Batwoman on this episode of Crazy Sexy Geeks!
Super hero costumes are often criticized by fans and non-fans alike. In particular, the female costumes can sometimes seem a bit too revealing or impractical. Even Wonder Woman is occasionally given guff and there are those who say that if they ever made a new movie with her, her swimsuit-like battle armor would have to go.
So we of Crazy Sexy Geeks: The Series decided to ask people: Should Wonder Woman wear pants? Are the shorts or skirt too impractical?
Join us as we discuss and debate this issue with every day comic fans, professional artist Gene Ha (Top Ten, Global Frequency), fashion consultant Tim Gunn, actress Miracle Laurie (Dollhouse), actress/writer Emma Caulfield (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Contropussy.com), digital painter Alayna Lemmer, and the American Gladiators known as Phoenix and Venom. That’s tons of pretty girls talking about the ultimate female super hero! WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
Alan Kistler is an actor and freelance writer who has been recognized by Warner Bros. Pictures and major media outlets as a comic book historian. He is looking for a new day job, so if you’re hiring you should absolutely get in touch with him.
First he appeared in Models, Inc. #1 last month, then he appeared on our own Crazy Sexy Geeks videocast, and now he’s appearing on The Late Late Show with Aquaman:
For that matter, later on in the show, host Craig Ferguson spent time talking with Sir Salman Rushdie talking about how he was approached to write a graphic novel, and then he veered into a discussion on kryptonite:
All right, so he got the details wrong. He has a Booker Prize and a knighthood, and you don’t.