If you are genuinely interested and majorly determined to cosplay at a con, bitching at the organizers to lower ticket costs is not the way to go.
Being a marshal is not all fun and games — so before you send in that application form, here are a few things to keep in mind.
We already know of incidents where female convention attendees are approached by male participants with less-than-pure intentions.
I’ve had my fair share of organizing work so I’d like to take a couple of minutes to share five things that I’ve learned over the course of the past few years.
Philippine cosplay is nearing its tenth year of existence, but there is still a lack of recognition in the international community.
Some local PR and marketing firms are under the mistaken impressions that cosplayers are nothing more than unpaid mascots, who can be called upon to hawk their products.
Some local cosplayers are demanding that dressing rooms, lounges, seating, and meals must be provided for all cosplayers during events.
Top Five Criteria to judge local conventions by (Part 2).
Top Five Criteria to judge local conventions by (Part 1).
Here’s a short list of things cosplay and cosplay photographers should keep in mind when attending Philippine events, as suggested by local cosplayers and cosplay photographers themselves.