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Tag Archives: Cosplay
I think we’ve just witnessed the introduction of a new word into the geek lexicon – Grooting. To be Grooted is to have someone dancing behind you only to stop a second before you turn around. It comes from this … Continue reading
I’ve already seen some amazing cosplay characters from Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. In fact, two local cosplay artists were hired by Disney to be Gamora and Starlord at the recent “Unlead the Villains” event at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Those … Continue reading
We’ve talked before about how going DisneyBound to the parks is becoming a thing. And we think the trend is picking up steam. There are a couple factors to this: Social media. It’s so easy to share your daily life … Continue reading
Fans of Disney’s The Little Mermaid, may want to brush off that Ariel costume and get in the mood for some cosplay photo sessions. The 25th Anniversary of the film is being celebrated at the Burbank International Film Festival with … Continue reading