Harold B. Gibson Creator/Owner/Producer/Host at HB Gibson's The XONE, co-creator and co-host atH & R Movie Talk actor who studied drama at New Jersey School of the Dramatic Arts, Lives in Newark, New Jersey, and is a cosplay legend out of New Jersey. When not making his web series Body Jumpers or hanging out at his favorite comic shop, "Fortress of Solitude" in Newark, NJ, he is doing interviews for The XONE. You can check out Harold cosplaying at conventions, being a stuntman, and director. You can tune into hisfacebook pagefor inspirational talks and gaming reviews of older games, movies, and anything geek. He is a pillar in the east cost cosplay community, doing community outreach and awesome cosplay. He has a large group of friends and talented artists who join him in his geektastic lifestyle. While geek culture has been mainstream for the past few years, he has been in the community since 2015 as a cosplayer. However, if you check out his work, he is a life-long geek. His acting background and stunt work all add up to an A-list cosplayer, who is always working on his next cosplay. He has been everyone from Black Adam to Luke Cage, Nick Fury, Storm Shadow,an original take on Superman called Dark Star Superman, and Cyborg Superman, you could catch him as a Jedi in the morning, then a Sith at night. Such great cosplays as RedHood and much more to the delight of children and fans. The cosplay community has grown so much over the years and people like Harold and his friends are always bringing it to new heights. We got to ask Harold six questions, here is his take on cosplay.Roc Rockerson: What started you in cosplay?Harold Gibson: A long time friend took me to a few conventions. Comic conventions, horror, and collector cons. You name it, and everyone I went to, I saw lots of people walking around wearing amazing costumes. One day at New York Comic Con, I saw a guy dressed as Green Arrow and his lady was dressed as Black Canary. They looked like they practically stepped right out of the comics! I said to myself… “I wanna do that!!” so I put some things together (mind you I don't sew) and made my first cosplay, my little version of Nick Fury for East Coast Comic Con in 2015. It got a lot of attention so, I was like, let’s see what else I can do, and the rest is history.