I spent Friday and Saturday as Stevonnie at Wizard World Comic Con Las Vegas, and it was super fun!
I was asked a few times to take pics and was complemented even more while walking in the show room.
Unfortunately I was alone 99.9% of the time I was there, and so all of the pictures of me are selfies.
Tbh, my favorite moment happened before I even got my wristband: on Friday as I walked in, a little boy stared at me in awe and whispered to his mom, “mom, mom, that’s from steven universe!” It was super adorable.
Pros:you get to express yourself with full details
Cons:your life is no longer private because almost everyone know about you (but tbh, you're still lucky with that) because the unlucky part of it is others can accuse you something for something you didnt say or do. (it's just they are so careless for using a different word that implies a different message)
Tbh: my favorite thing about conventions is the atmosphere. Everyone’s just excited. When you cosplay, you can hear somebody from like 10 feet away spot you and yell your characters name in excitement. People want to take pictures of you, and with you. And you want to take pictures of them, and with them. It makes you feel good and happy.
1970’s cosplay from various WorldCons, SF cons and Trek cons. Notable points: 4th Doctor, K9 (actual dog in suit, I think!) & Leela, Gundam, Rollerball and ElfQuest creator Wendy Pini as Red Sonja! Final picture has George Takei and James Doohan as judges of the costume contest. In honor of Throwback Thursday!