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Power.
Dragon*Con. Atlanta. 2009. Marriott Marquis: Imperial Ballroom Lobby.
KaraPlay Performed by Cosplay Genius *Belle Chere*!

'Cosplay Genius'
You said it, not me!
I’m looking forward to Kara-ing it up again this Sunday at NYCC. This time, Ame-Comi style! Alongside Rufflebutt Cosplay, to boot!

americancomicon:

Power.

Dragon*Con. Atlanta. 2009. Marriott Marquis: Imperial Ballroom Lobby.

KaraPlay Performed by Cosplay Genius *Belle Chere*!

'Cosplay Genius'

You said it, not me!

I’m looking forward to Kara-ing it up again this Sunday at NYCC. This time, Ame-Comi style! Alongside Rufflebutt Cosplay, to boot!

I have fun. :)

This one’s for you, NYC.
Captain Marvel costume made by me, debuted at NYCC 2012. The photo is by the ever amazing Anna Fischer. I didn’t get to see her at DragonCon (it was so crazy this year!) so it was nice to escape the craziness of NYCC to take the walk with her down to the Intrepid. We chatted and she even got me a squished penny. She rocks. <3
Also, if you haven’t picked up CAPTAIN MARVEL yet, why not?! It’s a great series. I’m grateful to have a strong female lead in her own solo series.

This one’s for you, NYC.

Captain Marvel costume made by me, debuted at NYCC 2012. The photo is by the ever amazing Anna Fischer. I didn’t get to see her at DragonCon (it was so crazy this year!) so it was nice to escape the craziness of NYCC to take the walk with her down to the Intrepid. We chatted and she even got me a squished penny. She rocks. <3

Also, if you haven’t picked up CAPTAIN MARVEL yet, why not?! It’s a great series. I’m grateful to have a strong female lead in her own solo series.

NYCC was a pretty strange convention. I felt like I was here, there, and everywhere, yet I think I was only in the dealer hall for a total of 2 hours all weekend! I had a blast, though.

Here’s me as Ghost and Captain Marvel. I lost count at 20 people calling me Emma Frost while I was Ghost, and I had fun teasing people by refusing pictures unless they could guess the character. I usually schooled ‘em and let ‘em have a pic anyway, haha! I also had fun when people called ‘Ms. Marvel!’ - I’d turn and correct them with: “It’s /Captain/, now!”

It was fantastic getting to see all my friends! That’s always the best part of a con for me. But another highlight was when I was dressed as Ghost, Sean Astin looked to me, and said with a grin, “Wow, what kind of Jedi are /you/?”

More Captain Marvel pics should be coming soon! The fantastic photog Anna Fischer and I had some fun over at the Intrepid, and I’m looking forward to the results.
cloggo:

COSPLAY
I don’t think I can cope with  TWO Power Girls, both extremely well equipped. I shall have to have a lie down.
From Bellechere HERE

*snorts* The caption. Reblogging because two Power Girls ARE better than one. This is me (left) and ArizonaPG (really sweet lady!) at NYCC. Photo by Robbins Studios.
Also, I&#8217;m no longer paying for a pro Flickr account, so the majority of my pics can no longer be seen there. Not sure where I&#8217;ll be posting pics now.

cloggo:

COSPLAY

I don’t think I can cope with  TWO Power Girls, both extremely well equipped. I shall have to have a lie down.

From Bellechere HERE

*snorts* The caption. Reblogging because two Power Girls ARE better than one. This is me (left) and ArizonaPG (really sweet lady!) at NYCC. Photo by Robbins Studios.

Also, I’m no longer paying for a pro Flickr account, so the majority of my pics can no longer be seen there. Not sure where I’ll be posting pics now.

(via thesuperherocostumingforum)

Myself and my friend Heather &#8216;Cat&#8217; Harris as Power Girl and Marvel Girl. I was so excited to see Heather at NYCC! Given that we live on opposite coasts, we don&#8217;t always get to run into one another. We wound up chatting for a couple of hours, it was great.
We each made our own costumes. Heather told me the (temporary) tattoo on her back took hours to apply by a Hollywood-level airbrush artist.

Myself and my friend Heather ‘Cat’ Harris as Power Girl and Marvel Girl. I was so excited to see Heather at NYCC! Given that we live on opposite coasts, we don’t always get to run into one another. We wound up chatting for a couple of hours, it was great.

We each made our own costumes. Heather told me the (temporary) tattoo on her back took hours to apply by a Hollywood-level airbrush artist.