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Cosplay Corner: Lil Chaos

Cosplay as an art intertwines with various aspects of Nerd Culture and Sci-fi; it's not uncommon to see a cross-over or overlap, whether with Gamers and writers or cosplayers and gamers or the other possible permutations. This is the case with Lil Chaos, the full-time gamer who also cosplays, creating the best of both worlds. […]

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Cosplay Corner: Gaptooth Cosplay

The love for cosplay is a cumulative experience, there’s never just one aspect of it that causes you to love it; it’s a combination of various aspects of ones self to create this crescendo that culminates in your journey as a cosplayer and for Chanel Williamson this was exactly the experience. Over the weekend we […]

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Cosplay Corner: Nya

Time is a subjective concept; what constitutes enough time to be excellent at something depends on the individual. Cosplay is an art form that requires varying facets of skills to create and complete the various characters. When speaking to cosplayers, we love to ask how long they've created art in this format, and we're always […]

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Autism & The Guardians Of The Galaxy

"His people are completely literal. Metaphors are gonna go over his head." "Nothing goes over my head. My reflexes are too fast. I would catch it." ―Rocket Raccoon and Drax One of the most important keys to a successful story is character relatability. In other words, we need to be able to see ourselves -- […]

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Marvel & Chris Hemsworth's Thor Bridge Cultures

In Hawaii, Kane-Hekili, is our God of Thunder and Lightning. Besides knowing that the great warrior chief, Kahekili, tattooed one half of his body to emulate his namesake, I truly know little else. Interestingly enough, with the important roles that sky gods play in the Pacific there is barely a mention of one who rules […]

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Cosplay Corner: Iyanna Cierra

The fact that cosplay is a part of popular culture, you'd think the space would be very saturated and redundant. Instead, it's quite the opposite because we all experience characters and shows differently; it gives unique expression to how they are represented. Talking to Iyanna was an enlightening experience, showing the various facets of how […]

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5 Overlooked Cantrips in Dungeons and Dragons 5e

(And 4 To Avoid) Hi there, chances are you googled “best cantrips” and that’s easy; it’s Eldritch Blast. It’s got the range, deals force damage that is rarely resisted, and doesn’t take any materials to cast. But aside from that, what are some other overlooked non-combat cantrips worth taking and what are a few to […]

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Thanks for the Comics, Dad

At Least You Did Something Right. By: Michael Rhett In 7th or 8th grade, I bought my first comic book. This was 1991/92. I was with my dad at the Elks Lodge in Florham Park, NJ, where he was a trustee. After the meeting, we went across the street to a little convenience store, and […]

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Cosplayer Spotlight: lizanyacosplay

How did the name "lizanyacosplay" come to be? If you read it out loud, you can usually get what it's about. It's a pun (on the word lasagna). I was trying to think of different things, and that was just in the back of my mind, and I thought it was too silly. But then […]

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Is Emma Watson Joining the MCU?

Yes! Just as you just read it. Good news that many fans of the Harry Potter movies surely will love. For those of you who don't know Emma Watson, she is an award-winning French-born British actress, model and activist who was appointed a UN Women Goodwill Ambassador in June 2014. Emma is particularly recognized from […]

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