Wondercon 2013

BBC America’s Doctor Who and Orphan Black Screening at WonderCon, Friday March 29, 2013

Great news for those traveling to WonderCon next week!

BBC America is coming to Anaheim to screen full new episodes of Doctor Who and Orphan Black a day before their Supernatural Saturday world television premiere!

Join BBC America for an exclusive Supernatural Saturday screening of Doctor Who and Orphan Black. BBC America’s new Supernatural Saturday lineup launches Saturday, March 30 with Doctor Who at 8/7c, Orphan Black at 9/8c, and The Nerdist at 10/9c. Doctor Who will kick off the screening with Steven Moffat’s new episode “The Bells of St. John,” the first of eight epic new episodes starring Matt Smith and his new companion Jenna-Louise Coleman. Then, catch the premiere episode of BBC America’s new original series Orphan Black. Tatiana Maslany portrays Sarah, an orphan and outsider whose life changes dramatically after witnessing the suicide of a woman who looks just like her. She takes her identity, her boyfriend, and her bank account. But instead of solving her problems, the street-smart chameleon is thrust headlong into a deadly conspiracy. Please note: Doctor Who is TV-PG and Orphan Black is TV-MA.

Friday March 29, 2013 7:00pm - 9:00pm


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For the anon would was surprised I cosplay Amora the Enchantress. 

These are from NYCC 2013 and WonderCon 2014. Enchantress was my first ever cosplay at NYCC 2012, but this version was revamped and the tiara and armor were made in 2013, so this is about 50% my first cosplay and 50% my second cosplay. Yes, my introduction to cosplay involved armor, 6″ heels, and a fully boned corset at the second largest con in the US. I hit the ground running and embraced suffering early on. 

I still adore it. I think the armor is still beautiful and I unironically love those green circle tights. They were hand painted while I wore them and took 8 hours to dry, so they involved me lying around the house, not moving, and watching 3 Wagner operas while they dried. 

Lady Loki is River Nokk Cosplay
Photo 1: Marvel.com
Photo 2: Ray Francise