Since we are all stuck inside right now because of COVID-19, Instagram user ghostine introduced the idea of celebrating Halloween on March 31st called Quaratineoween. It has now become a bigger event, and you can join the fun by dressing up and sharing your costume on social media. So I am sharing all of the quick and geeky costume ideas so you can join the fun!
For this week’s Saturday Six, I am sharing Disney characters that I would DisneyBound.
Now that I’ve started working that good ol full-time adult job, I’ve had to have a specific wardrobe for work. I can’t keep the geeky out though, so I am sharing ways to geekify your work wardrobe just like I have been.
With Halloween in a short few days, you’re going to need a costume fast! So here are some quick and geeky costume ideas.
Planning to spend your Halloween with some friends or family? Why not coordinate for some great geeky group costumes! I’m suggesting some good trio, quartets, and large group ideas to fit any groups needs. Continue reading
While I love the geeky spaces I am in, that doesn’t mean they are free of issues that cloud the enjoyment for others. For today’s 30 Day Geek Out Challenge question, I am sharing one of the downsides of geeky communities I want to see improved. Continue reading
If you don’t know what DisneyBounding is, it is essentially an everyday cosplay of Disney characters. It’s great for going to the theme parks and getting to feel like you’re your favorite character without breaking park rules about dressing up. So while I’ve had Disney on my mind, I decided to make a little tag about DisneyBounding. Continue reading
I have worn many, many costumes in my life thus far, mainly because I was a dancer for 12+ years. So I was reminiscing on some of the best costumes I have worn, and decided to put a post together about it. Continue reading
Halloween is just around the corner, so if you need a costume idea still, here are some quick and geeky suggestions for you. Continue reading
Cosplay Melee is a new series on SyFy, where cosplayers from around the US compete in themed challenges to create unique characters to portray for a prize. Continue reading
From an outside perspective, Halloween costumes and cosplays look exactly the same. But from an inside perspective, they are quite different, and I thought the best way to explain the differences was to ask cosplayers themselves.
Cosplay is a performance art that has taken the geek world by storm. From Comic Con to Anime Expo, cosplayers in dressed to the nines as their favorites characters fill convention halls and amaze us all. With it’s beginnings in 1990’s Japan, it has become a phenomenon at conventions all over and many cosplayers have raised to celebrity status in their communities. The art of cosplaying is so interesting, that it makes even the most newbie of geeks has a wishlist of characters they would want to cosplay, and here are mine.
This weekend is New York Comic Con, and one thing that is bound to be seen is cosplayers and their costumed identities. An issue that still affects cons today is the harassment of cosplayer, and I want to make it blatantly clear that cosplaying does not mean consent.