Of all the variant covers we’ve seen over the last year, the cosplay variants seem to be the most exciting, because they show the craft of talented cosplayers from around the world on the covers of Marvel comics! It’s such great exposure for cosplay and the publisher, that it makes sense for Marvel to continue the variant line throughout the rest of the year.
This past weekend at the Tampa Bay Comic Con, the biggest guest they had was Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl Dixon in The Walking Dead. He had long autograph lines, he had fans wearing “Team Daryl” t-shirts all over the place, and he got me thinking about characters associated with the comics but who may not have started as an active part of them.
If you are a cosplayer headed to the Baltimore Comic-Con, you may want to rethink your Deadshot, Deadpool, Wolverine, Harley Quinn, Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Warcraft, World Series MVP, and Overwatch cosplay, as the Baltimore Comic-Con is banning all weapons (real and fake) at the convention.
During this past weekend’s Wizard World Columbus, I ended up part of a conversation that got me thinking about fans and why we don’t always support the characters we love.
ReedPOP announced the NYCC Eastern Championships of Cosplay will return to the New York Comic Con on Saturday, October 8th.
Sneaky Zebra made it to the San Diego Comic Con, and came home with another fantastic collection of cosplayer’s showing their wares.
Even though the San Diego Comic Con is in full force this morning, there’s still time to appreciate the cosplay from other conventions. The Distractotron group was at HeroesCon 2016 and shares another fantastic video from the show.
We all want to dress as our favorite heroes and go to the big cosplay events, but some of us totally lack the ability to create a costume from scratch. That’a where Simplicity comes in with its line of licensed costumes. The company recently added DC Comics Bombshells to its line.
There were so many cosplayers at Emerald City Comic Con, that Beat Down Boogie had to make TWO videos to cover all of the action.
Beat Down Boogie was at the Emerald City Comicon and captured all the cosplayers in action.