One of the things I loved doing from when i was a young teen was making costumes and finding excuses to wear them. It started from when I became interested in role-playing games. I’d already had an interest in sci-fi from my childhood. I usually made warrior-type costumes. I’m doing what I can to get my kids going this way. I just made this breastplate for my almost three year old son…
This past weekend (10/10-10/13) was the eighth annual NY Comic Con, where tens of thousands of fans gathered each day (for an estimated total of 120,000 overall) at the spacious yet ever-crowded Jacob Javits Center in midtown Manhattan to attend panels, fun activity sessions, and autographing booths, and to engage in cosplay while purchasing all manner of geekware and collectibles.
I was in attendance on Friday as Princess Leia (from the original Star Wars film) and on Saturday as Hermione Granger. Much fun was had by all! Continue reading →
ToplessRobot’s Jason F.C. Clarke puts forward Ten High-Risk Sci-Fi and Fantasy Careers, for those looking for work in difficult economic times. Applicants must be willing to do some pretty dangerous stuff, and in some cases, should be able to recognize paranormal creatures on sight.