Ahh yes, Halloween, the magical holiday that encourages us to have fun and use our imaginations. As a horror loving kid, Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays and this year is no different. What have some of…
The first annual Geek Girl Con was held on October 8th and 9th in Seattle, WA. This was the first con I’d been to in years and I met some great people (check out these awesome Dragon Age cosplayers) and snagged a couple of autographs. For purposes of this piece I’m focusing on two panels I sat in on: the Designing Women of Bioware and “No, I am not a Booth Babe:” Sexism in the Video Game Industry (Weds!).
Last evening I made my way into the Unicorn theatre here at PAX (complete with Robot Unicorn attack music on.. loop) to relax a bit and check out Crabcat Industries costume non-contest.
While wandering the streets we happened to run into the 2011 Comic-Con zombie walk which was as confusing for them as it was for us. Honestly, there was something incredibly gratifying about stabbing a fake-zombie with my fake omni-blade. Check out the video below.
Check out G4 giving Community’s Danny Pudi the show reigns as he wades into the Comic-Con 2011 cosplay crowd and has a few run-ins with Klingons, Sand People, Spartacus, Batman, and more.
Have a look at Crabcat’s Garrus sculpt by Neil Tambini and tell me that it isn’t incredible.
A few folks sent this video my way and I felt compelled to share it. I really love when people pay homage to the game that everyone is still a bit shy to admit they play. A bit of a confession…I’ve been playing DnD off and on since I was in middle school, and still think it’s the best game a person can play with a close group of friends….
Katsucon is, and I quote, "Katsucon is a fan convention for multicultural enthusiasts and entertainment. It is an annual three-day event held in or around Washington D.C." Well, we here at Nerd Appropriate are into Marvel Vs. Capcom, and are…