2018 is almost over and 2019 is fast approaching. Part of this year has been rough on me. I was homeless and jobless for months before I ended up slowly getting back on my feet. However, there have been some great moments from this year. Back in late July, I returned from a four month hiatus from cosplay, attended GlitchCon with my friends about a week and a half later, started a new job after Labor Day and moved in with a roommate. Finally, in early October, I worked on my first cosplay in over a year, which was The Human Spider. Next year, I'm planning on working on an Aquaman/Red Gyarados mashup that's going to be called Aquados. I might work on another cosplay, but I'm not sure yet.
I debuted this cosplay a few days before Halloween and received positive feedback on social media. If you're looking for a simple cosplay to make, you might want to consider becoming The Human Spider. This character, played by Tobey Maguire in the 2002 film, Spider-Man, is a cosplay that I have wanted to do for quite some time. This was my first cosplay project in over a year and was nervous of working on my shirt. However, I was up for the challenge and excited to do it. In this article, I'll tell everyone the items you'll need to make this cosplay spectacular and look amazing at any convention. I'll have three separate collages below to guide you in making this cosplay stand out.
I know it's been a while since I've written an article. Been busy with work and other things. Excited for the Christmas break to take a few days off to have time for myself. There's less than two weeks until we say goodbye to 2018, but before we do, I'm here to feature some of the cosplayers I have interviewed this year who have been making a difference in the cosplay community. I've interviewed over a dozen of them, but I chose a few who I believe go above and beyond of what they do.
Almost a month ago, Power Rangers fans from around the world celebrated the 25th anniversary of the franchise, including a special anniversary episode, which aired on Nickelodeon. I had such a great pleasure of recently interviewing another fellow Power Rangers fan and cosplayer, Josh Wentworth. Sit back and enjoy my interview with him.
Last year, I was searching for cosplay ideas online and ran into a particular cosplay. This cosplayer was dressed in all purple and had a guitar he made like the late Prince. I was curious to know who this person was. For months, I was still unsure of the identity of the cosplayer. Thanks to a person on Facebook, he was identified as Billy Light, also known as The Purple Rainger. I recently had a chance to interview him via Facebook Messenger.
It's Morphin' Time! Today is the 25th anniversary of one of my favorite 90s TV shows: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. It premiered on Fox Kids on August 28, 1993 and ran for three seasons. It's one of the longest-running kids' live-action series in television history. In 2019, Beast Morphers will be the 26th season in the Power Rangers franchise.Almost 900 episodes, three movies, and 25 years later, it's still going strong, thanks to the die-hard fans around the world that are passionate about their fandom. They show that passion by posting Power Rangers related stuff on social media, whether it's cosplay or them at a photo of them at a convention with their favorite stars. With the news earlier this year Hasbro has acquired the rights from Saban Brands to make Power Rangers action figures and other toys starting in April 2019, fans believe that the future is bright.