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  • Cosplay Closet Essentials: Phoenix Comicon Edition

    There were screen-accurates, mashups, gender bends, and crossplays. There were beloved characters and original characters. There were about 100 Harley Quinns and just about as many Deadpools. I’m talking about the cosplay at Phoenix Comicon 2016, which came to a close yesterday. Some were store-bought, some were commissions, and some were homemade. Regardless of how […]

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  • Review: MomoCon 2016, Day 1

    What is MomoCon? MomoCon is one of the fastest growing all ages conventions in the country. Fans of Japanese anime, American animation, comics, video games, and tabletop games come together to celebrate their passion by costuming/cosplay, browsing the huge exhibitors hall, meeting celebrity voice talents, designers, and writers from their favorite shows, games, comics and […]

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  • Best Dressed TV: Talking About Fashion with Gigi Melton

    Marvel’s Agent Carter is one of the best-dressed shows on television right now. Vintage dresses, stylish sunglasses, and dapper suits are all just a day in the life of Emmy Award winning Costume Designer Gigi Melton who has the privilege of dressing the stunning Hayley Atwell and cast every week. I had the chance to […]

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  • Cosplay Closet Essentials: Misa on Wheels

    Misa on Wheels is a champion for equality in the cosplay world. She doesn’t let her wheelchair stop her from cosplaying her favorite characters, and she doesn’t tolerate bullying in the cosplay community. Her page https://www.facebook.com/MisaOnWheels/ is full of inspirational quotes from Misa and encouragement to all types of cosplayers to continue representing their fandom, […]

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  • Tabletop Tuesday: An Introspective PSA

    As a gamer, both tabletop and video games, I have the privilege of meeting people from all walks of life – men, women, and children of all ages and ethnicities. A new age of social gaming is emerging that includes a safer, better, and more inclusive community, but there remains a dark cloud that looms […]

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