Have you ever wanted to cosplay the 1941 version of Wonder Woman? If so, read on, because here’s how I created that costume.
I did so much at ECCC this year that I had to split my review into two parts! This is part two, if you’d like to read part one head over to ECCC: Day 1. *** Amazingly, my Saturday was actually a lot tamer than …
Another Emerald City Comic Con (ECCC) has come and gone and what a whirlwind of a con it was. Maybe it’s just from the sheer number of panels and guests I wanted to see, but this year felt crazier than ever! I remember being completely …
It’s con season and that means every cosplayer is scrambling to put together costumes. But what if you don’t have a lot of time? Help has arrived.
Last month, I had the opportunity to attend my first Wizard World convention in Portland with my friend Christina of UrbanFlower Designs. Having previously heard some of Robin’s adventures at both Wizard World St. Louis and Wizard World Nashville, I was already pretty ecstatic even …
When I first saw Elizabeth’s costume in Bioshock Infinite, I wanted to cosplay it, but not as it is in the video game, but as a BioShock Infinite TARDIS.
Photography by Fearless Photoworks When I first attended GeekGirlCon last year it quickly stole my heart and became the con that I looked forward to all year long. I mean, what’s not to love about a con that celebrates the female geek while promoting equality …
Photography by Fearless Photoworks The last weekend of September was a double convention weekend for Robin and me. While Robin was meeting Levar Burton and Micheal Rooker at Nashville Comic Con, I had the pleasure of attending Seattle’s own steampunk convention, Steamposium. It was the …
Wizard World Nashville Comic Con 2014 is over, but memories of meeting zombies, Starfleet members and superheroes will always live on.
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