Thursday, November 26, 2020

Vamers Venator

Vamers Venator: Vin Diesel is a gruff comic book lover

Vin Diesel is an American actor who is known for being bald, muscled and a general 'bad ass'. Thing is, he is also quite the geek.

Vamers Venator: Chris Hemsworth is the personification of Thor

Chris Hemsworth is an Australian actor who is adorned with sapphire eyes, a great smile and is the personification of Marvel's Thor.

Vamers Venator: Ryan Reynolds from geeky to brawn

With rippling washboard abdominals and a seductive smile that simply adds to his cheekiness and goofball sex appeal, Ryan Reynolds is this month's Vamers Venator.

Vamers Venator: Samuel Witwer

Sam Witwer is an accomplished American actor and musician best known for his role in Being Human. He is the Vamers Venator for May 2012.

Vamers Venator: Mark Vanderloo, the one and only Commander Shepard

Being a Hugo Boss model and the likeness of Commander Shepard from Mass Effect make Mark Vanderloo our Vamers Venator for March 2012.

Virago and Venator

Vamers is proud to introduce the Vamers Virago and Vamers Venator series.

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