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Katsucon 2015

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Welcome to another Con report from Eingana’s Verbosity!

This year, Katsucon showed that through the tough weather, the convention center issues, and the Gazebo hype that it is still one of the best East Coast Anime conventions that I have attended.

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    Studio Cosplay – A Makerspace for Cosplayers

    Eingana's VerbositySome great things are happening in the Cosplay community!  A group of ladies, in the DC Metro Area, are changing the way you look at Cosplay!

    Studio Cosplay is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in the DC metro area whose mission is to promote community through the art of costuming by providing workspace, opportunity, and education.  Their Kickstarter goes live in February 2015!StudioCosplay_Logo_Final

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      Cosplay Spotlight – Bishop Cosplay

      Eingana's VerbosityI had the pleasure of interviewing Bishop Cosplay, from Thru the Eyes of Aitch Photography, about his love of Cosplay and CosLove!

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        Katsucon 20 – Community Fan Service

        Eingana's VerbosityWelcome to another Con report from Eingana’s Verbosity!

        This year, Katsucon celebrated their 20th anniversary as a convention and they definitely started the party off with a bang.  How else could you possibly beat an epic snowstorm, cosplay madness, prohibited photography, and just plain nerd power?

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          Eingana’s Verbosity: A Marvel-ous New York Comic Con 2013

          Eingana's VerbosityHey Everyone!

          My name is Liz Gmaz from Studio Eingana (https://www.facebook.com/StudioEingana) and I’m honored to be writing for WeBeGeeks!  Since this is my first article for WeBeGeeks, let me provide you a quick history about myself so you have a good understanding on where I come from in the nerd realm. I have always been a really huge nerd/geek since I was a little girl. God forgive me, I used to sneak out of Sunday School to go to the comic book store across the street. In 2009, I was introduced to my first Anime Convention, Otakon, and became infatuated with the convention scene. In 2011, I started to Cosplay! Cosplaying allows me to be artistic and be able to express myself as a proud eccentric dork.

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