I am not a small woman. I use to be but I discovered craft beer, plus I’m old. I just finished going to Emerald City Comicon and Sakura Con here in the Seattle area. I have cosplayed at ECCC many times, but this was my first time attending Sakura Con and cosplaying there as well. I really enjoy designing, making and then wearing my cosplays, but I don’t like feeling like a failure while at the cons. Continue reading
I am a Browncoat and proud of it. I stumbled upon Firefly after it was cancelled. Who knows, if I watched it while it aired Fox would have never booted it off the air. Even though there are only 14 episodes, I feel like whenever I binge watch I am watching years of episodes because the stories are so well written.
Day four is here. After walking miles, standing in never ending lines, spending too much money and making new friends, the Con is over. Continue reading
Saturday. The day that everyone is there. It is the day when cosplayers bring out their best cosplays, the lines are longer, the volunteers are crankier and patience is tested. Continue reading
Friday of Emerald City Comicon is when it get busy. Thursday is a great day to go for shopping and getting the lay of the land, whereas Friday is when the big name celebrities show up and with them come the lines and the crowds. Continue reading
It’s that time of year again. The time I let my geek shine through and I get to hang out with fellow introverts hiding behind make up, masks, costumes and altered personas. It is Emerald City Comicon time. Continue reading
I have been attending Emerald City Comicon since 2010 and have had the privileged to meet many authors, comic creators and celebrities. Some of theses celebrities were nice, they shook my hand and signed my stuff–for a fee. Some acted like they were better than me and didn’t want to e there. And a few made me feel like I was the reason they came. Continue reading