Posts Tagged etiquette

Stereotypes in the Comic/Game/Etc. Community

While waiting on the results of the hotel scramble for this year’s San Diego Comic Con (hopefully any minute now, right?) I’ve been taking it easy and planning out the trip as best I can. This year I’m fortunate enough to have more loved ones coming with me – one being my best friend for […]

, ,

Leave a comment

From a Cosplay POV: The “little” things.

While this site is dedicated to SDCC and all things involving it, a really big part of my convention life since I started attending conventions circa 1999 has been cosplay.  This is a Japanese term from “costume play,” where you dress up as a character and, thus, “play” them.  The term generally encompasses all people […]

, , , , , , ,

Leave a comment

Cosplay Experience: Past, Present and Future

Chan’s post about cosplay etiquette and behavior caught my attention, and it prompted me to start thinking about some of my cosplay experiences. I haven’t been doing it as long as she has, but it’s been a good..ten or so years, at this point, on and off. And believe me when I say I’ve learned […]

, , , , ,

Leave a comment

Being a Girl at a Convention

Among many other blogs I have been in the process of writing, I think this one will be worthy to publish and give some insight on the ‘lesser known’ area of conventions – the girl population! It’s no secret – comic, sci-fi, video game, anime, and whatever other ‘nerd’ interests are out there, are generally […]

, , , , , , ,

Leave a comment