Crowfans is back online! Same place as ever! Yay! :D
Hmmm, somewhere I'm sad, I woulda enjoyed setting up a website and board myself... oh well, saves me the trouble...
If you'd like to see some pics of my award-winning Crow cosplay, feel free to email me at email@example.com.
For Christmas this year, I got three Crow-related things:
--a fleece blanket with A red crow-shaped background, Brandon Lee standing with his arms open, and printed on the bottom is "Believe In Angels."
--The graphic novels/comics, in book form, full color, etc.
--a postcard that says, "Victims. Aren't we all?" It pictures Brandon Lee brandishing a large knife.
James O'Barr, creator of The Crow, will be appearing at the Dallas Scaregrounds on Friday and Saturday October 28th and 29th. He will be creating original works and selling merchandise and signing autographs.
For more information, you may visit www.dallasscaregrounds.com.
Upon arrival, look for James at the Shadowmorph Booth.
Cross Posting to many Crow Communites. Please feel free to do the same. James makes much of his living by his appearances, so help from his fans in spreading the word is much appreciated.
More information on James can be found at www.crowfansonline.com.
Hey everyone, I just found this community today. I'm a huge Crow fan, so I had to join! ^_^ Hm....what else?....I've been working on a Crow costume for a few years now, and during Halloween weekend of 2004, I won the non-rocky-horror costume contest with it when my friends and I went to see Rocky Horror.
I saw Wicked Prayer this summer, and I have to admit that I thought it was pretty terrible compared to the original (also, I think Tara Reid has about as much acting talent as a rock, so the fact that she was in the cast didn't help the movie much). Also, in my opinion, after Brandon Lee, no one else can even come close.
Hm....a question for everyone. As far as costume accuracy goes, do you think it is necessary for me to actually dress like a man, or can I leave it as a female version of the Crow?