I decided to Cosplay again this year for HeroesCon. If you've never gone to a convention in costume, you should. I'm not saying that you should compete in the costume contest. That adds a level of competition to it, and for beginners, I wouldn't recommend it. The first time that you cosplay, the focus should be on having fun, and it can be fun. Last year, I cosplayed as the Time Trapper, taking my daughter in her Katana costume. It was fun, but I learned that cosplay that involves fabric dragging the floor can be a hazard on escalators and stairs. This year, my daughter wanted to go as Supergirl, which led to an idea for my costume, Giorgio Tsoukalos, also known as the Ancient Aliens Guy. It's meant to draw attention to her outfit and compliment it.
Like any large convention, HeroesCon has a number of panels with the various attending guests talking about a number of subjects pertaining to the convention. In past years I haven't attended as many of the panels as I felt I should have so this year I made an effort to correct that. The following is a rundown of the panels I saw and why you should make an effort to attend them while at HeroesCon.
Sunday is the final day of HeroesCon , and by tradition, it is Father's Day. There have been times in the past when the show didn't fall on Father's Day weekend, but this is not one of those years.
Day Two of HeroesCon 2017 was the day I tried my hand at cosplay. Every year, my young daughter dresses up. She’s done so even before she turned one and she was dressed as Yoda. Since, she has been Saturn Girl, She-Ra, and Terra. This year, her fascination with DC Super Hero Girls prompted her
The first day of a large show like HeroesCon is never very crowded. This allows for fans to explore the hall and share more quality time with creators. This is also when dealers have the most stock. I got into the hall shortly after opening. The only thing really lacking today was a large number
As our local big event, HeroesCon, nears, we all get curious about what it took to get to the point of putting on quite possibly the largest convention dedicated primarilly to comics. Fortunately, Matt Starnes of the Guardians of the Geekery podcast interviewed Heroes Aren’t Hard To Find Owner Shelton Drum just days before the