Saturday, November 17, 2018

Now this is a Pokemon show I would watch

Today we are taking a break from comic books, movies, cult sirens and the usual topics ( at least for the main part of the post, I´m sure we will have plenty of that in the bonus content ) to do another cosplay spotlight.


Back in June I made a post about female cosplayers with exceptionally large breasts because I wanted to show that there are plenty women in cosplay who have big breasts like cosplay ambassador Yaya Han. You see, one of the arguments about why Yaya Han is so famous is that it is all because of her overdeveloped boobs which she herself had enlarged.


Which I am not opposed to. How could I ? As a big boob fetishist I say bring them on the bigger the better. Women should decide for themselves if they want to have their body altered especially if their job requires a certain look. Like with Yaya Han. Coming back to the genesis of this post, I don´t know how successful I was in bringing my point across - namely that most of the female cosplayers I posted pictures of have even bigger boobs than Yaya Han and yet you probably could not name more than three so there must be other reasons why Yaya Han is so well known and famous - but as always I did find more than just the pictures I needed for that post.


And as usual I filed them away for later use. And then other things came along and I never got to do the planned follow up post. So while going through the things I might write my next post about I came about the pictures of various female cosplayers dressed up as Misty from Pokemon.


For anybody who doesn´t know the anime it´s basically a perpetuum mobile of souped up cockfighting. They are always training these animals who have special powers to fight against each other in an arena for the amusement of the spectators. And every time our heroes win they almost immediately have to start training for the next. Which is always bigger and with higher stakes. So it is ensured that the series can go on forever.


Now one thing that always strikes me as weird is that Ash - one of the main characters - is always on tour with this girl in a skimpy, short, cut off t - shirt that barely covers her breasticles and very short, short jeans that make Daisy Duke´s daisy dukes seem big. Yet he only noticed that she is starting to develop the body of a woman when she´s wearing a kimono.


Which covers her full body. So how did he notice that she looks mature ? And how did he not notice when she was walking around half dressed with her twin torpedoes almost hanging out ? I guess the constant arena fighting has taken its toll on him and seriously impaired his eye sight.


Anyway, back to the topic of this post : unlike Ash all guys who watch the show ( to which I have to confess I could be counted ) or know of it notice how hot Misty is immediately. And as she is one of the smarter and more capable characters of the show she also seems to be a favorite of girls.


So with that we are ready to head into the first part of my Misty cosplay showcase. That´s right, there were so many good pictures of talented cosplayers who just killed it that I had to split it up into two full posts.


For those keeping tabs this is my 990th post which means that post number 1,000 is only 10 posts away. Back when I was around post 956 or so I had this idea that my 1,000th post could be another Best Of The Best post but there are so many really good posts I did since my last round up of excellence that it would rather be something akin to an archive. But that´s in the future and who knows if I have the time to do something special for my 1,000th post. In all likelihood it will be just a regular post.

Which would also be cool because as those who have read the old Marvel Comics know the big things never happened in the anniversary issues. The really earth shaking things would happen in the regular issues and in the anniversary numbers you would have the Fantastic Four buying some ice cream or Peter Parker return some library book. Anyway, since number 990 is also some kind of special I wanted to give my readers an extraordinary treat so I am including cosplay queen Yaya Han. Only kidding. I would have included her anyway because as longtime readers of the blog know she is in every post that has to do with cosplay babes ( and hot asian women ).


She was just in my last post where I mentioned Darick Robertson whose last post was in 2016. Which was a chance for me to post more Power Girl as he had worked on Justice League Europe during BREAKDOWNS which introduced Power Girl´s famous coconut bra costume. And I just want to say that I still have not given up on a Yaya Han Power Girl coconut bra cosplay ( with the tiniest coconut shells you can find although compared to her huge 40D oppai all coconut shells probably look small no matter how big they are ). Yaya does a terrific Power Girl cosplay and she certainly has no problem filling out the magical cleavage window with her coconuts.


So far I had written five posts on Yaya - two of them are pretty safe but the other three are absolutely not safe for work - and I keep mentioning her on various JLA casting posts and any other posts involving exotic sexbombs like Kiana Tom, Ava Cadell, Akira Lane, Miko Lee, Gail Kim or Minka and I swear the completely NSFW BIG YAYA HAN POST is still in the pipeline. In the meantime I have made two new posts about Yaya which showcases a part of her anatomy that I have ignored too often - her legs.


Don´t let the preview picture fool you, Yaya Han is wearing her Eliza from Tekken - Revolution in this one. Which is why I chose this video. It does not show as much of Yaya as other videos since she is sitting at a table and is filmed from far away but it´s the only one I found of this cosplay.



One reason why Miko Lee kept popping up in the posts about Yaya Han is that I needed a body double for Yaya´s more explicit scenes I had in mind.


Which is not ideal since Yaya Han has a 40D bust and Miko Lee is nowhere near in that league. Thankfully it looks like hasian talk show host Jeannie Mai is auditioning for the part and while she also is a bit smaller than Yaya in the chest area she does have an impressive skill set. I am convinced.


This hot sexbomb is of vietnamese descend and even though she is " only " a 37C and not a 40D like Yaya Han I think she could be a body double for explicit scenes. At least it would be fun to put her body to the test.


Again, don´t judge this video by the preview picture and I´m sure you also can only say : Mai, Mai, Mai, Christmas sure came early this year ( which may not the only thing that comes early with a hasian ejaculation sensation like Jeannie Mai ) and I would love to polish her Christmas Balls.



Speaking about my hasian obsession which so often brings me trouble, the only birthday I have missed since my last post ( well, the only one which I covered previously on this blog ) is Carlos Pacheco who celebrated his 56th birthday on November the 13th. The connection here is that while I have mentioned him in over a few dozen posts I wrote the first spotlight on Carlos Pacheco in 2016 and the post also included my comments about the mind f - word that was the Captain America run by Rick Remender.


One thing that especially bugged me about that pile of crap was an asian reporter who f - worded up Sam Wilson. First she gave him a holier than thou sermon about the freedom of press and then when he cut her some slack she totally abused the power of the press and Sam had to deal with the consequences. I wanted to find out what happened to that reporter because of what she did but it seems that it was her only appearance.


Now back in the day when I was a regular Marvel reader there would have been some kind of fallout from that which shows her learning the error of her ways but that is not Marvel anymore. To make things short I went on a long tangent that turned into a completely NSFW asian obsession rant that I decided to turn it into a separate post . I still have a lot of material from those issues because I always had planned to revisit that particular story - hey, at least the art by Carlos Pacheco is great - but it´s too far in the past by now and the pain I would have to endure to delve into this mess again is just not worth it. So I will probably just delete it all. Coming back to Carlos Pacheco posts, I originally wanted to do one Today but then I came upon the folder with the Misty cosplay pictures. So while I did not write a Carlos Pacheco post Today it is next on my list ( unless something comes up that is more important ) and since I have already prepared most of the pictures I can tell you that it´s going to be about not only one of Carlos Pacheco´s best works but the best Avengers series : Avengers Forever.


Which brings us to the noteworthy birthdays of Today and Doug Walker who turns 37. Now not a lot of people may know who Doug Walker is but almost everybody knows him as the Nostalgia Critic. I like to include his videos even if I do not always share his opinions and I think he tends to get sidetracked with the segments he produces. But he puts a lot of effort into it and there are a lot of things where we see eye to eye. I have discovered a lot of interesting movies through his videos and see some in a different light thanks to his critiques like the one about Demolition Man of all films. I thought about what would be an appropriate video for his anniversary so I picked one where he gives us one of his personal top eleven lists. Why not top ten ? Because he likes to put in the extra effort.



Celebrating her 52nd birthday is Sophie Marceau whom longtime readers might recognize from my very first post of CASTING THE JUSTICE LEAGUE MOVIE where I cast her as JUSTICE LEAGUE EUROPE´s Catherine Cobert.


The french sexbomb is best known in the US for appearing in the Bond flick THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH, and outside for taking her clothes of in such classics like MES NUITS SONT PLUS BELLES QUE VOS JOURS ( my nights are more beautiful than your days ) or DESCENT AUX ENFERS ( Descent into hell ) - where she appeared in nude scenes with Claude Brasseur who played her father in the romantic hit comedies LA BOUM and LA BOUM 2 which caused all kind of outrage at this perceived incest.


Her first nude scene was in HAPPY EASTER with Jean Paul Belmondo which I have to confess to have lying somewhere and still haven´t watched. She was 18 at the time she made the movie and payed the movie studio Gaumont money to get out of her contract to be able to do nude scenes.

What a trooper. In the movie she´s Jean Paul´s lover but when his wife returns a bit early from her vacations she says she´s his daughter from his ex. Sophie also starred in the horror movie NE TE RETOURNE PAS ( don´t turn around ) opposite Monica Bellucci which is like a dream sandwich.


I put Monica in the finale of the Hollywood Edition of Casting The JLA Movie as Wonder Woman but now I´m tending more towards Big Barda.


In the original FOURTH WORLD comics by Jack Kirby - and this definitely changed in the NEW 52 - Big Barda was built like a brick shithouse with the personality of a lady trucker, the muscles of a female bodybuilder, the hot measurements of a playmate of the year and the cupsize of a porn star.


She got that from her mother Big Breeda, the fiercest female warrior on Apokolips who - nomen est omen - was therefore selected by Darkseid himself to breed the next race of warriors. I don´t know if it was because she spurned his advances or if he just thought she would produce the best offspring but it is implied that they used her like a blow up sex doll !


All for the next generation of Akopolips´ finest of course. Now with Big Barda the melons didn´t fall far from the tree and when she began to develop, especially in certain parts of her anatomy that had to do with procreation Darkseid decided to let her follow in her mother´s footsteps and - like mother like daughter - personally introduce Big Barda to the breeding pens to continue the family tradition. So as soon as she got wind of Darkseid´s perverted plans for her Big Barda decided to ditch Apokolips and hitched the next ride to Earth. According to Big Barda she managed to do that before Darkseid had a chance to break her in but maybe she was so eager to join Mister Miracle because she had tasted the Darkseed.


For more on DC´s creepy sex stories with Big Barda - like the time when Superman starred in a porn movie with her and then claimed he could not remember a thing - check out BIG BARDA : DEATH, LIES AND VIDEOTAPES .


Like I said, originally I casted Maria Grazia Cucinotta as Big Barda but keeping in mind her history I may cast her as Big Breeda. Not only to get Maria to do nude scenes that way but also because then I could cast italian 37C sexbomb Monica Bellucci as Big Barda and give the role of Wonder Woman to british 1990s porn superstar Sarah Louise Young .


Coming back to Sophie Marceau, not only does she drop her clothes very often she also shows great cleavage like in THE MUSKETEERS REVENGE ( or The daughter of D´Artagnan like it´s called in Germany ) that has one of my favorite scenes with her. D´Artagnan´s daughter ( Sophie Marceau ) is captured by the villain of the movie to be sold off to a brothel, but only " to the sleaziest one where they waste the whores very quick " as she says. The guy who has to sell her bitches starts complaining that at the price he has to get for her he´ll never get rid of her. At which point the bad woman tells him that in this case he should be glad, ripping open Sophie´s shirt and revealing her gorgeous breasts which shuts him up.


I still have not bought THE MUSKETEER`S REVENGE because for some reason it´s only available on DVD in Germany and priced very high. One might think it could be because of the nude scene but most of Sophie´s movies include some and the majority of them are not very expensive.



Writing this section is always a nice reminder of things that I planned to do and still have not been able to do and I really should get some of her movies. There is always so much to do that some things are put on the backburner for too long. One of these days I should get LA BOUM and the sequel to re - watch, once for the nostalgia but also because it has been really a long time since I first saw them and I don´t remember much of it.


I was probably too young to appreciate Sophie´s emerging teenage sexual appeal or more concerned about comics and I had completely forgotten her astonishing impression of Cyd Charise from An American In Paris.


Which is one of my favorite musicals of all times - and not only because of the spot on depiction of female art students in their first semester who visit Paris ( that´s another candidate for my must - buy movie list ).



But Sophie also had a wardrobe malfunction in Cannes 2005 where her dress slipped off. Some say this accident was faked but what the hey, I don´t care. If she did it on purpose that makes her cool in my book.


Also turning 52 is writer Ed Brubaker, best known for breaking one of Marvel´s biggest taboos when he brought back Bucky from the dead as the Winter Soldier. Whom some people sadly only know from the movies.


Because the comics are so much better. Currently his run on Captain America is out in various formats and while the omnibus books with his first stories are beyond affordable you can still get the The Trial Of Captain America and Return Of The Winter Soldier for less than 70 EUROS.


If you are looking for a more affordable read I just finished with the third and final trade of Velvet which disappointed me just a little bit ( since there are only so many different outcomes with a spy discredited and on the run story ) but this is Ed Brubaker at his best, telling the ultimate spy story and Steve Epting whose art on this is beyond words. I don´t know if I ever get around to announce this year´s Big Christmas Contest - or even if I can find the time to do it - but the GRATIS COMIC TAG issue of Velvet is definitely going to be among the giveaways. Highest recommendation.


Our third person celebrating her 52nd birthday is model, television host, actress, fashion designer and whatnot Daisy Fuentes. I mean she even launched an all natural hair care line and she hosted her own talk show.


Daisy became famous around the time I was still watching Mtv - like in the very beginnings of music tv - as the first latin vj and the hottest vj at Mtv.



Today we really have a lot of comic writers in this section and the next one is Ron Marz who turns 53. I don´t know if I have mentioned him by name in previous posts but those visitors who have read any of my Green Lantern posts knows that I am not a big fan of Emerald Twilight and what came out of it like Kyle Rayner. Now some people may think that the reason why I didn´t like Kyle Rayner was that I didn´t like change but nothing could be farther from the truth. I love change. I embrace change.


As long as it serves the story and is not just change for change´s sake. Or change without any real change which we call diversity. It´s also not true that I didn´t like Kyle Rayner because I was missing Hal Jordan since he was the Green Lantern I grew up with. It´s true, poor Hal Jordan did not deserve what Ron Marz put him through. But he´s not my favorite Green Lantern. That is Guy Gardner and I sure as heck didn´t grow up with him.


You might ask yourself if all of this was not the root of my dislike of Kyle Rayner what was my beef with him ? It has nothing to do with change or the Green Lantern I grew up with. It could have been anybody else who took up the mantle of Green Lantern of Sector 2814 and I would probably have been fine with it. It was not so much what Kyle Rayner represented and more what he did. Because while some enthusiasts may call him the Torchbearer for keeping the Green Lantern legacy alive he did not take it very seriously for the first years. No training, no asking the old Green Lanterns for advice, just winging it. This guy gets handed one of the most powerful weapons in the universe and instead of manning up to the great responsibility that comes with great power he treats it like a hobby.

Anyway, before you get the impression that I hate Ron Marz as a writer there are some books he wrote that I really liked. Because of what´s currently in movie theaters - and will be in the next months - I have to mention his run on Silver Surfer. He was the writer around the time when The Infinity Gauntlet started and well into the crossovers with the sequel The Infinity War with Ron Lim doing the art chores. He is an artist I have always liked and whom I sorely miss from the regular comic books Today.


Ron Marz also did a very short stint over at Valiant Comics where he wrote X - O Manowar. I read the entire series and Ron Marz´ time on the title is significant because it started the two fisted artistic combo of Bart Sears and Andy Smith. Who don´t draw exactly the same but similar enough to give the book a unified look because they would switch up every two months. So far I have not read the new version of X - O Manowar but the original series is one of the best I have ever read. And for those who want to check it out it is available in one big omnibus. So you have no excuse.


I furthermore have to mention Ron Marz´s work over at CrossGen Comics where he penned true masterpieces like The Path, Scion and Sojourn but especially CrossGen Chronicles which had art by the great George Perez on half of the issues. You may ask why only on half of them and the reason is that after George did the fourth issue he started working on one of his dream projects, the already once cancelled Justice League / Avengers.


Which we totally owe to Mark Alessi. Because while he botched up his comic company by not paying the creators and such he knew how lucky he was to get an artist of the caliber of George Perez so there was a special stipulation in the contract that while George Perez would work exclusively for CrossGen Comics the one exception was to work on Justice League / Avengers. Coming back to CrossGen Chronicles, while George Perez only did four issues those are some of my favorite issues of all time and if you have not checked out CrossGen Comics yet do yourself a favor because they had some really great series especially in the second and third wave.


Coming back to former talk show hosts, Jonathan Ross turns 58 who not only had one of the best talk shows on the planet. No, besides being a big music lover he has a real passion for comics and I hope you have all seen his great In Search Of Steve Ditko documentary which you can only see chopped up into various pieces at YouTube right now. As a comic fan and with a little bit of time on his hand is was not a big surprise that he also tried his hand at writing comics. It had to happen sooner or later. I have to say I have read neither his America´s Got Powers nor Turf or Revenge.



Some people ask me why I keep doing these entertainment sections when writing them takes up so much time but it was because of one of these that I learned that Roger Leloup, the creator of Yoko Tsuno was not dead but very much alive. But what makes this even more awesome is that besides celebrating his 85th birthday he´s still working on new Yoko Tsuno albums. This was one of my favorite series growing up and Yoko was one of the many new capable and emancipated female heroes in french comics.


There have been many companies that have published the series over the years and right now Carlsen is publishing the complete editions. Sadly I have only been able to afford two so far and my hope was that with the way things are with DC and Marvel I would have more spending money for german comics but there always seems to be another interesting reprint of classic old comic material that demands more immediate attention.



Speaking of new editions of classic comics, Today would also have been the anniversary of Don Lawrence who worked on Storm and whose The Rise And Fall Of The Trigan Empire is currently published by PANINI Germany in new nice hardcover editions. Yes, even they won´t get any money from me with all the Marvel NOW ! and DC Rebirth stuff they are publishing the got me this way. I bought the first Trigan hardback from a comic shop in Ludwigsburg but they didn´t have the second one though so I had to get the following ones through one of the online comic shops.


I have the first five but as usual I haven´t had time to read them yet. Which makes catching up that more difficult since they are at number 16.



There are some names who are forever lodged in your brain because they are such a big part of your childhood and for me one of these names was definitely Ellis Kaut. I don´t know if she is known outside of Germany at all but I know that her most famous creation, the most often unintentionally mischievous red haired Kobold named Pumuckl is very well known in Asia. 


Here in Germany several generations have grown up with him and I guess I am one of the few who remember him first and foremost from the audio plays and books and not the tv series. I think I have already told the story but I have always been a bookworm who just plowed through the pages and as I never had an allowance as a kid public libraries were a god sent.

When I got my first library card it was for the library in Necharweihingen and I systematically read through the children´s section first enjoying all the classics from such authors like Ellis Kaut, Astrid Lindgren, Ole Lund Kirkegaard, Janosch, Enid Blyton, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Mark Brandis, Maurice Sendak or Otfried Preu├čler. And after I was finished with the children´s books I read all the crime, detective, mystery, horror and science fiction books they had. So yes, I always read a lot of books.



Last but not least a shoutout goes to Rock Hudson who teamed up with cult siren Doris Day in some of the best romantic comedies ever made, among them Pillow Talk which is my favorite one. Doris Day is stunning in it and you know she really was a great actress because she pulled of the wholesome movie star routine having the body of a PLAYBOY centerfold.



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if you think these cosplayers are taking it too far check out the banned pokemon episodes which include Misty entering a swimsuit competition and crossdressing with inflatable boobs - all in the same episode



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