Mark Wesley  Pritchard

Mark Wesley Pritchard

LGBTQ cosplayer in Arkansas. On the Autism Spectrum. GlitchCon 2019 Cosplay Contest Judge’s Choice Winner.

Facebook: Texxx-Man Cosplay

Instagram: @thecosplayerfromtexas

Twitter: @texxxmancosplay

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  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published 2 years ago
    My Thoughts About Jason David Frank

    My Thoughts About Jason David Frank

    With his loyal fans on social media supporting him all the way, Power Rangers star Jason David Frank has a fanbase who's always on his side and devoted to him. Growing up, I loved his character, Tommy Oliver, and watching him on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. The five part series, Green With Evil, was amazing and got to witness Tommy becoming the sixth Power Ranger. However, as I've gotten older, Jason's antics and attention seeking ways has turned me off. Let me be clear about a few things. I'm a huge Power Rangers fan. That's my fandom and will always show love and appreciation for the franchise. So whenever I see someone do something that's uncalled for or inappropriate, I'm not afraid to call them out. Just because I'm a Power Rangers fan, it doesn't mean I always have to like someone or agree with everything. I'm going to speak the truth and be brutally honest, whether you like it or not.
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published 2 years ago
    My Top 5 Underrated NES Classic Games

    My Top 5 Underrated NES Classic Games

    In late 2016, I bought an NES Classic and was eager to play on it. For me, playing retro games brings back so many childhood memories. Once you are hooked to them, they pretty much stick with you for life. I'm going to share my top five underrated NES Classic games that deserve praise and recognition.
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published 2 years ago
    Cosplayer Spotlight: Mash Up Cosplay UK

    Cosplayer Spotlight: Mash Up Cosplay UK

    Con season is upon us and every year, cosplayers everywhere stand out at conventions. They put in so much effort and time to create their costumes. During con season, I'll be interviewing different cosplayers from all walks of life. They deserve so much credit for their creativity. As I've stated in my last story about cosplay mashups, they are a fun and exciting way to display your creativity to everyone. I want to introduce everyone to a cosplayer who is a master of amazing cosplay mashups. His name is Mash Up Cosplay UK and he's one of my followers on social media. I had a chance and pleasure to interview him recently and share his love of cosplay to everyone.
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published 2 years ago
    Cosplay Mashups

    Cosplay Mashups

    Whenever I'm on Facebook or Instagram, I love it when cosplayers have creative minds. In the almost four years that I've been doing cosplay, I've only done two cosplay mashups. I'll get to that shortly, but you must be wondering why cosplay mashups are popular. I'll give you one reason: they're a way to display your creativity to everyone. Most cosplayers spend hundreds of dollars and months to create the perfect cosplay. With that said, I'll now be sharing both of my cosplay mashups. I have written stories about DIYs and step-by-step instructions of both Zombie Mario and Punk Rock Superman, which you can check out right now.
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published 2 years ago
    'Mario Bros.' Review

    'Mario Bros.' Review

    Mario Bros., not to be confused with the 1985 Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) game Super Mario Bros., was a platform game developed for arcades and by Nintendo in July 1983. I wasn't born around the time it was released. In 2016, Mario Bros. was one of 30 games included in the NES Classic. When I first played it, it was so much different than the other Mario games I've played in the past. It was not an easy game and the phases got difficult as the game progressed.
  • Mark Wesley Pritchard
    Published 2 years ago
    Power to LGBTQ+ Cosplayers Everywhere

    Power to LGBTQ+ Cosplayers Everywhere

    June is the start of Pride Month and it's an important month for the LGBTQ community. Pride Month is celebrated every year in June to honor the 1969 Stonewall riots. It was a tipping point for the Gay Liberation Movement in the United States. Today, there are countless celebrations, parades, parties, workshops, and so forth that attract millions of people worldwide. I'm honoring this month by showing some love to my fellow LGBTQ+ cosplayers who I currently follow online or met in person. They deserve so much credit for inspiring others that they can be themselves. We go through the same things as everyone else, because we're not perfect.