Carrie Fisher, who passed away in late December of 2016 is the actress who best known for portraying the determined, battle-ready Princess Leia in the epic saga Star Wars, is the most recent star of TidalWave Productions popular Tribute comic book biography series. Tribute: Carrie Fisher is released this Wednesday, Feb. 22nd. The 28-page collectible comic book Tribute: Carrie Fisher is written by Michael Frizell and CW Cooke, featuring art by Nathan Webb and Ryan Paule with the cover by David Frizell and presented by TidalWave Productions

I got an Exclusive Sneak Peek into the new Carrie Fisher Comic Tribute by TIDALWAVE Productions. This Tribute was truly an amazing read as someone who has been a fan of hers for years, I've never had a chance to take a glimpse into her life like I did after reading this. Fisher was really a woman who put everything on the table - Unafraid to face her own problems head on. This tribute did a fantastic job encapsulating the life and career of Fisher in an interesting and exciting way. I've gained a lot of information on just how strong, kind, bold, and talented Carrie Fisher was.   

When many of us hear the name Carrie Fisher we instantly think of her as Princess Leia ( Blockbuster hit Star Wars). It was such an iconic role, but did you know she was much more than that. In addition to her lengthy acting career, Fisher was also a bestselling author. Her novel Postcards From The Edge earned her The Los Angles Pen Award and was adapted into a movie that ranked #1 at the box office. In addition to that Fisher was an uncredited script doctor. Fisher was one of the top script doctors in Hollywood and rewrote a number of films including Sister Act, The Wedding Singer, and Indiana Jones Chronicles. Fisher appeared in cameos for a number of films and did voice over work for dozens of TV shows.

Proceeds from the comic to the Silver Hill Hospital in New Canaan, Connecticut, renowned for its excellence in treating psychiatric disorders.

Tribute: Carrie Fisher is available for your e-reader from iTunes, Kindle, Nook, ComiXology, DriveThru Comics, Google Play, Powfolio, Overdrive, Iverse, Biblioboard, Flipkart, ComicBin, Axis360, Blio, Entitle, Comicblender, Kobo and wherever eBooks are sold.
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“Disclosure: Compensation was provided by a PR firm  exclusively  for Reana Ashley to do a Comic review. The opinion expressed here are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of  TidalWave Comics” 

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We had Mood rings to Mood nail polish and now... mood changing HAIR? Yes, climate changing hair is actually happening. According to an interview with Dazed, data visualization scientist (and witch) Lauren Bowker has invented a hair dye that changes color based on the temperature of its surrounding environment — totally wicked. While messing around in the lab, Bowker came up with her latest project called "Fire." A hair dye that changes color as temperature drops and rises and said to be launched at London Fashion Week in collaboration with her brand The Unseen and Storm Models.

"Yes I've tried it, and yes it works" Said Bowker as she went on to explain how, exactly, her invention works.

When heat hits the pigment, or if the cool hits the pigment, it changes the bonds of the chemistry to give you a different color, so it’s like a chemical reaction,” Bowker told Dazed. She also added that she's been working with dyes "that change their structure, which gives you a light refraction instead, so it’s more like a prism color change ... If you have red hair and you’re in the wind it might go blue. So what we did was look at data patterns of weathers and the environment in different countries and tailor the color changes to correlate with those."

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And the oscar goes to...

Can we all just flee to Hollywood's biggest night, The 89th Academy Awards (Feb 26 at 7:00 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT on ABC). The suspense of who takes home the big award has me biting my nails! Some of these nominations I can't even remember, but thanks to Wallethub they made it easy and fun for us to catch up on the nominated movies we've missed. Bravo, Wallethub! Bravo!

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*Sigh*... The wait for Stranger Things Season 2 has us feeling upside down, but thanks to Entertainment Weekly they gave us diehard fans a first look into the sci-fi/horror series. As we all know season 1 had our heads rambling about Barb, but no worries David Harbour (Cheif Hopper) promised to give us some closure in season 2. Get this, there's even a hashtag for the missing character, #JusticeforBarb.

Out of 1-10, how excited are you after seeing that teaser? I know most of you read that and screamed 11! Speaking of Eleven, it has been confirmed that she will appear in season 2. Thanks to Stranger Things Season Two Superbowl Trailer, they gave us a hint that Eleven is alive in the upside down world. 

In an interview Dave Harbour, who plays Jim Hopper, said that Hopper is still struggling with the fact that he sold out Eleven to the government. The Eggos at the end have special significance for him, as Harbour suggests that “maybe he has to find redemption with Eleven if she still exists somewhere in the universe, and he clearly believes she does. He wouldn’t leave the waffles if he didn’t.” 

Stranger Things Season Two Comes out on Netflix October 31, 2017
As you're probably wondering why the famous Dungeons and Dragons crew are wearing GhostBusters Outfits. While season 1 was set in the year 1983, The Duffer Brothers Informed us that Season two will be set a year later making it 1984. As we know the famous Blockbuster movie Ghostbusters came out June of that year. So I see why these Buds would pick these radical costumes.

Don't forget to watch Stranger Things Season Two on Netflix this Halloween.