One of my favorite things about being a cosplayer is meeting people and forming friendships in the process. Not only that, but showing off my cosplays and enjoying myself at cons. I'm currently preparing for a con that's happening in my area in approximately a week. Also, I'll be attending Arkansas Comic Con for the first time in September. I'll be doing a review of that con on Vocal soon. If you haven't seen my last cosplayer interview, you can read it in the link at the end of this article. In the meantime, I'm back with another cosplayer interview. Recently, I had a chance to interview Isaiah Gieck, via Facebook, and got to know more about him. So sit back and enjoy my interview with him.
It has been a month since I've done a cosplayer interview, but now, I'm back to do some more before I attend GlitchCon in almost a week. If you haven't checked out my last cosplayer interview, you can click on the link below. I recently got a chance to interview Joshua Meeks, via my cosplay page on Facebook. The reason why I interview cosplayers is because I want my followers and everyone on Vocal to get to know more about them. Other than that, I hope you enjoy my interview with Joshua.
I started collecting Power Rangers toys back in 2013 and did so until late 2016. A majority of those purchases were from Toys "R" Us. Overall, I've spent over $300 worth of action figures and other toys during that time frame. In this article, I'll be counting down some of my favorite toys that I've chosen from my photo album on Facebook. I hope that you'll like my selections, so let's get started. I didn't have a shelf to display my action figures and other toys, so I used the top of my closet to display them.
2019 has been good to me so far and things have been going well. Just because Pride Month is over, it doesn't mean that I can't express my love for the people that I love. People including my wonderful fiancé, Dale. We first started talking to other through Facebook back in September 2018 and didn't make our relationship official until late January of this year. Almost six months later, he asked me to marry him, and, of course, I said yes. Last month, Dale actually came down from his home state of Wisconsin to Arkansas to spend a few days with me. This was our first time meeting one another. We had a great time and looking forward to him moving down to Arkansas with me sometime in October. As far as when we'll be tying the knot, no date has been set yet, because we want to be financially set first before we can start planning the wedding. Dale and I want a geek-themed wedding, and want our friends and family to attend. After so many failed relationships, I have found the one. I knew at least six months in that I wanted to spend the rest of my life with him. I love this man so much and he's my best friend.
We all know that movies based on the video games that we grew up playing are usually major flops, but I chose three random games that I would like to see in theaters, on TV, or on a streaming service like Netflix in the near future. The following games that you'll see on this list are ones that I grew up playing. For almost 30 years, I've played many games and always have that nostalgic feel. So without further ado, here are the three games that I would love to see as a TV series or movie.
While everyone was enjoying their Fourth of July with their friends and loved ones, I went to see Spider-Man: Far From Home. Usually, I would spend this day watching fireworks, but I decided that I wanted to go see a movie instead. This is the first movie review I'll be writing about, and I hope by the time you finish reading it, you would enjoy it. While Tobey Maguire will always be my favorite Spider-Man, I have to tip my hat to Tom Holland. I didn't get a chance to give him props before, but I really enjoy him a lot more. He played the web-slinging hero well, and I'm looking forward to seeing more of him. Just a heads up on a few things before I proceed any further. I love Marvel movies and the MCU, but I don't follow it as much. I'm Team DC all the way, but starting to keep up with as much Marvel-related content as I can. In this review, I'll just go thorough some parts from Far From Home that stood out to me. Please bear with me, because I haven't done a review for a movie before. Now that I've gotten that out of the way, let's proceed to my review.