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People decide to have children for many reasons. A special bonus for us geeks, is putting those children in a costume. Even if costuming and cosplay are not for you, you may have a kid born with a thimble on their thumb, or need to learn basic costume skills for your c...

From the moment I slipped the badge around my neck and fastened ribbons to it, I felt welcomed. Jordan Con was by far the friendliest convention I have ever attended. The first person I spoke to, who to my knowledge was just another con attendee, not only pointed me to...

 Con Nooga  is the last weekend of February. It is a convention held in Chattanooga, TN, located about two  hours north of Atlanta, GA. Our family has attended every year since 2010, with the exception of last year (2017) when I was a bit preoccupied with having a baby...

Over Valentine’s Day weekend, I was able to attend AnachroCon; a Convention dedicated to history, steampunk, and genres of all similar manners. This was my first time attending, and I certainly wasn’t disappointed!

It’s definitely a mid-size Con. However, if you’re lik...

It seems like many fans may need some etiquette lessons and reminders for convention season.  So here are the easy-to-follow rules of CONsent for conventioneers.


1.  Be Polite
If this was a work/family costume party, what would you say?  Focus on basic costume complim...


DJ Spider Cosplay is an award winning Cosplayer and costumer who enjoys doing lesser known versions of comic book costumes. We love her!!!  She is also the queen of conventions, so here are her best tips:

1) Start walking! If you're not used to walking more than 15 min...

Over the weekend I was able to attend Cos-Losseum Cosplay Con. Since I’m a mom, I always have to ask myself if this is something my son and I can do together. Prior to going to the Con, I did my usual routine of looking over the website to see if there was a child’s t...

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