Cosplay

SDCC 2015 – GamerCon 2015 – Geek Week in Review

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SDCC 2015 – GamerCon 2015 – Geek Week in Review

With everything that was going on last week (Comic-Con interior events, Comic-Con exterior events, GamerCon, NerdHQ, Geek and Sundry, and people just out enjoying the Gaslamp) we have more amazing photos than we know what to do with. So please enjoy this gallery of uncategorizable photos by photographers Stephanie Agnes, Ariana Hester, Jordan Bear, Jada Scarbrough, Ahmed Ordero, Andrew Plein, Ashley Taylor, Anthony Silva, Hillary Papirio, Leland Pierce, Nathan Adams, Kathryn Adams, and Elizabeth Wallace.

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SDCC 2015 – Gallery of the Showroom Floor

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SDCC 2015 – Gallery of the Showroom Floor

We know not everyone can go to the San Diego Comic-Con. Whether it’s hard to get tickets, high priced tickets or just the distance, SDCC is not an easy convention to attend, but we’re here to do our best to share our experiences with you. That’s why we put this gallery together of fun things to see from the showroom floor. We’ve got the zombies of The Walking DeadLEGO’s, suits from Batman v. Superman, Arrow, and The Flash, plus plenty more to look at!

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SDCC 2015 – Anthony’s Cosplay Gallery

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SDCC 2015 – Anthony’s Cosplay Gallery

The greatest geek-culture event has come to an end and the itch is already beginning to creep in under our skin. Between the fantastic weather, the beautiful scenery and the mind blowing things to see, San Diego Comic-Con is the yearly, once in a lifetime experience that everyone has to see. The very life blood of the convention can only be the cosplayers that fill its veins with fandom. Unfortunately the amount of fans walking around draped in the colors of their favorite characters are far too many for any one person to photograph, but I did my best and here are all the photos I could fit into an iPhone.

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SDCC 2015 – Cosplay 101 Panel

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SDCC 2015 – Cosplay 101 Panel

After braving a packed trolley ride, massive SDCC crowds, and a map we couldn’t quite figure out, the three of us (Jada, Elizabeth, and Kathryn) managed to be the very last people into the Cosplay 101 panel before they closed the doors. We had to stand for the whole panel; totally worth it.

From the first documented cosplayer (Foster J. Ackerman, at the first Wondercon in 1939) to today, cosplay is a world that welcomes people from all genres and with any amount of experience and skill. At Cosplay 101, Catherine M Fisher, Mike Schiffbauer, Bob Mogg, and Melissa Gene Meyer talked a little about how they got into cosplaying, resources for the beginning cosplayer, and various things you need to keep in mind when making your own costume.

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