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cosplay culture

Momocon 2019 Presents the Cosplayer of the Month

This year at Momocon 2019, I had a chance to be front row at the Craftsmanship Cosplay Contest. There were over 100 entries and over 75 different cosplayers that went down the catwalk, showing off their amazing costumes!

What is Halo: Outpost Discovery?

Part fan event, part touring experience, part amusement park and part video game convention, Halo: Outpost Discovery looks to offer a new type of event for fans of the science-fiction franchise.

Ghostbusters 3: Who You Gonna Call?

Are the four new teenage Ghostbusters (reported to be two guys and two gals) going to be working alongside their parents or grandparents to bust some ghosts?

“I’m No Hero, I Put My Bra on One Boob at a Time Like Everyone Else.”

Do you like Bob’s Burgers? Are you an avid cosplayer? Can you break out of an escape room? Yes to any of those and we will become the best of friends. …but you gotta buy me a drink and get… Continue Reading →

Cosplayers of the Month: Frost Sisters

The professional cosplayers portraying Anna and Elsa from Frozen were extremely popular when I went by their table on that Friday during MegaCon 2018. It turns out that the two cosplaying as Disney princess sisters are actually sisters in real… Continue Reading →

Cosplayer of the Month: Evilyn13

There was Silk Spectre from Watchmen. She was talking to convention-goers at MegaCon 2018 and standing in front of a big sign which read: Evilyn13.

Putting on a Krampus Christmas

It’s December. The official end of the haunt season is over a month in the past. Almost every single person I know is thinking about Christmas with its presents, family get-togethers, parties and religious ceremonies. And here, in the Kittrell’s… Continue Reading →

Lightning 100 Presents: Paranormal Rocktivity Halloween Bash

Per Matt Nashville’s about to get really funky for Halloween! Lightning 100 presents the Paranormal Rocktivity Halloween Bash on Saturday, October 28 at Marathon Music Works. The Concert will feature Here Come the Mummies and DJ Johny Jackson’s Ghoul Satisfaction.

Rick Prince, the 2017 Nashville Zombie Walk Featured Artist, Discusses the Undead

Per Matt The 2017 Nashville Zombie Walk is fast approaching. Featured Artist Rick Prince is no stranger to creating undead creatures. Throughout the years, his eyes for detail have helped bring to life a variety of characters with the use of… Continue Reading →

Here Come the Mummies Get Funky for Halloween

Per Matt Marathon Music Works will definitely be getting funky as it hosts Paranormal Rocktivity, featuring Here Come the Mummies and DJ Johny Jackson’s Ghoul Satisfaction for a Halloween-themed event this weekend.

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