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Tag Archives: Cosplay
I love spotting Disney fans willing to show their love of wonderful stories and characters created by Walt and his talented descendents by dressing up in the parks. Yesterday at Disney’s Hollywood Studios I ran into this couple dressed as … Continue reading
The DisneyBound Tumblr is a wonderful effort by Leslie Kay. She puts together clothing and accessories that together make up the look of a popular Disney Character. She then provides links to where you can purchase these items to help … Continue reading
LaughingPlace.com has a pictorial look at Disney’s presence at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con. This is the first year where Disney’s acquisition of Marvel really had an impact. There was the expected comic-book tie-ins and Marvel influence. Disney’s ABC Network … Continue reading
That post about Disney Princesses done Steampunk style reminded me of a photo I snapped the evening of April 2nd. That was the night that the Central Florida Steampunk Association set upon Downtown Disney in Orlando, Fl to show off … Continue reading