Lo and behold, the first episode of the cosplay comedy web series, COSPLAY: The Series, is out! For those of you who didn’t know, COSPLAY: The Series is a project originating from Indonesia, where a group of cosplayers and filmmakers named the Q-Cosushinkai Project initiative decided this would be a good way to tell their story of the culture they live and breathe everyday. We’ll be updating our site regularly with their episodes.
Megacon is a 4-day event which takes place at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. The 2011 edition took place during March 25-27 and it had all sorts of activities such as panels, screenings, cosplay contests, autograph signing, larping etc. [..]
Cartoomics 2011 is an event from Fiera Milano City, Italy, which took place during March 11-13. It’s an event centered around cartoons and comics, and, of course, there’s plenty of cosplay as well. [..]
The fourth edition of the Philippine Cosplay Convention was held a few days ago on March 5 at the Robinson’s Place Manila. Philippine photographer z3LL was there and he took some photos, do check them out! [..]
Starting this issue, Cosplay Gen will have a special column, “Worldwide Fans”, dedicated to our fans on this group, whom we’d like to promote in the pages of our magazine. This column will cover two pages and will include photos arranged in a mosaic-like pattern (reference).
You might remember our Alice in Steampunkland feature interview from the pilot issue of the Cosplay Gen magazine. Well here it is in its full glory, the interview with 3 of the group members (Bandit Ying, Dan The Farmer and Cvy), to which we also added a few photos of the more complete Alice in Steampunkland team , counting up to 13 members. It’s really great to see such an amazing original project brought to life by talented cosplayers. [..]
Breaking Down: Cosplay is a 6-part web series following Jordan O’Leary into the fascinating world of cosplay, taking up a costume at a convention for the first time, having his picture taken and talking to all sorts of folks at the convention about this hobby. It’s certainly not the most professional and accurate, but it offers a pretty good perspective from an outsider’s point of view. [..]
Katsucon is an annual 3-day convention which traditionally takes places over the President’s Day weekend in America. This year, it’s 17th edition took place at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. Their activities include: hall cosplay, masquerade, masquerade ball, a maid cafe, karaoke etc. [..]