Introducing the TNS Vault
OUR FIRST CONTENT EXCLUSIVE: THE TNS VAULT
By GR Editors
The founder of The Nerdy Stripper, Twiggy Tallant, is what one fan-boy aptly called a “unicorn”. Her followers are fanboys & fangirls, comic nerds, cosplayers, gamers, artists, models, sci-fi enthusiasts, auto enthusiasts, tattoo lovers and all around awesome people.
Over the years, The Nerdy Stripper has amassed a collection of images ranging from modeling photos, behind-the-scenes content, nerdy collectables, and more. Some of these photos can be found online, some have only been printed for sale, while others have been tucked away on the TNS Computer (Also known as an old Macbook). Good Read Magazine has been granted access to what we're calling the 'TNS Vault' of images. Twice a week, we'll showcase content from the past and present as we walk down the sexy and nerdy trail of The Nerdy Stripper.
TNS has built a community of men and women from all walks of life. This community is filled with supportive people who come together and share all the nerdy things they're passionate about. It's our hope that you, the Good Read nerd section fans, will share with us the gems in your own nerdy vault. If we start to receive cool, interesting, exclusive or fun images from the fans we'll start a Fan Vault feature as well.
So without further ado, the TNS Vault.
TNS x Jade from the Green Lantern Corp.
GR: So this is after you've applied your makeup? How long does it take to put on?
TNS: It takes an hour to get it all perfect. The real b*tch is washing it off. It takes forever! I was still tinted a bit green the next day.
GR: Do you own that lantern? That looks super cool.
TNS: Sadly no. I wish. I want it so bad. It was loaned to us by the great folks at One Million Comix in Toronto, Canada. (Thanks Alex!) I do own a bunch of lantern rings though.
GR: What a great cover. Who shot this?
TNS: A super talented photographer named Peter Chatterton. There were also a lot of people before and after who worked with me to create my Jade. My girl JJ did the makeup. My girl Kellie did my hair. My girl Mel (of Adela Clothing) created the latex suit. My boy Mike (your Editor-in-Chief) helped direct. A talented motion and graphics designer Mike Tinning did the cover. Although I usually toil to create cosplay characters myself. This one took a village and it was worth it!
GR: Thanks for sharing with us!
TNS: No problem, thanks for having me. I'm looking forward to sharing more with my fans and yours in a couple weeks!