All Cool Things™ attended Tampa City's MegaCon 2018 in Florida, and while were sad to commit convention adultery on Anime Weekend Atlanta, we had a great experience. It was great meeting all of the folks and enjoying that Floridian hospitality!
Notable attendees included BJ and Lydia's Bio-Exorcism World Tour @BioExorcism, Doc's Time Machines, courtesy of Coulombe Enterprises, the 501st Legion: The Florida Garrison, the CAT5 Ghostbusters, Carolina Gonzalez of the Gamer Comic Expo, Matthew Sardo of Monkeys Fighting Robots, Super Cosplay Shots, Rob Taylor of Herofied Art, Dustin-Allen Davis, Mark Knight Rises, and Visual Vigilante.
More pictures will be available soon on our social media. Perhaps we'll even bring back our photo gallery and put some pics up there, as well.
Stay tuned for more interviews in the future, as well as updates to our site!
You might not know this, but the owner is a huge True Believer and retired comic book collector. In fact, I was still collecting during the original Infinity Gauntlet storyline that Avengers: Infinity Wars would get inspiration from.
I know that a lot of people are asking questions about how this MCU story arc is going to end, and a lot of people also have their ideas. Well, we decided to throw our hats into the ring and say what I thought would be a cool way for it to end.
We don't have any inside knowledge, so there are no spoilers accept for movies that have already come out, and if you haven't seen most of the movies mentioned, then you probably don't care anyway. If you do care, feel free to read our article >>>>HERE<<<<.
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What are the chances of two main articles with MomoKun? She's fallen into a bad media patch lately. I'm sure you know what I'm talking about and seen several videos, articles, and/or posts about it by now. You're probably also getting tired of them also. Well, don't worry. We didn't write that kind of article about her.
Instead, I wanted to shine a different kind of light on MomoKun. Should she be held responsible for her actions? Yes. Should rules of personal space be consistent regardless of gender? Perhaps. Have some of us overreacted to this? Should we cut MomoKun a little slack? Can she recover from this? Those are the three questions that we look at in our latest article, "Have We Crucified MomoKun or Have Her Chickens Finally Come Home to Roost?"
Take a look. Read it a few times. Talk about it. Let us know what you think. I'm also thinking about putting up a bonus spread of some pictures of MomoKun that I found interesting and that fans will love. Oh, and it's for members only, so go ahead and join up if you want to see them. It's free and takes almost no time at all! What do you have to lose?
'Made you look!
Well, you know what they say: "Sex sells!" However, we have a better reason than that to have a smoking hot picture of Momokun on this page update. She is actually one of the cosplayers that we talk about in our latest article.
What's the topic? It's whether Patreon is finally showing the first signs of casualties in cosplay.
Some might not realise it, but I have noticed an overall decline in spirits and genuine cosplay in the community, and I think it may be due to Patreon.
It could be a case of me seeing that I may subconsciously want to see, because as some of you may know, I have never been a fan of the sweeping trend of cosplayers resorting to Patreon to help support them. I've listed the reasons before in past articles, so I'm not about to bore you or fill this update with them.
What I haven't done, or been able to do before, is give somewhat tangible examples of what I call "Patreon Rash" on the cosplay community.
If you're bored, or have a good 10 minutes to spare, I beseech you to check out our latest article, "Is Patreon Good for the Art of Cosplay?"
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So as a part of our new direction of increasing our scope into reviews of products and services, All Cool Things™ will be reviewing a vacation gifted to us by an agent from TraVerus Global.
We will be reviewing the redemption of this in all parts, and everything that we went through in the process.
We at All Cool Things™ were happy to have the opportunity to attend Final Round 2018 and witness the largest Southeastern Fighting Game Tournament in the USA!
For those that do not know, Final Round is an annual international EVO affiliated tournament that is streamed live all over the world.
Heavy hitting sponsors such as Capcom and Bandai Namco show up in full effect to share goodies from the past, as well as for the future, such as the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection and Soulcalibur VI, which were both on hand for unlimited play!
Final Round is beginning to embrace cosplay as an aspect of their tournament and is definitely beginning to have a convention-esque vibe to it! There was a cosplay contest with 11 contestants, but I'm sure that by next year, it will feel more like a full cosplay event, just based on the buzz and response of this one. Hershey Kissu, all the way from Canada came to compete in the cosplay contest as Morrigan from Darkstalkers!
Navz from Victrix Gaming was there, and we got to try out what could be the next big thing in professional gaming: the Victrix PRO AF! These professional grade headsets come complete with hybrid noise cancellation and patented trademark microphone technologies that were exclusive and military grade!
Who knows, but with some more guidance and word of mouth, Final Round could become something to rival Anime Weekend Atlanta and Momocom. 'Maybe it will even take Dragon Con by the tail..?
Wow! Dust off the cobwebs! Sorry for the inactivity. Hopefully that is over!
Please check out the "Take It or Leave It" under our "Stuff" heading. We have a brand new interview with Neverending Dreamz. In case you've been under a rock (like us) he is an up and coming cosplayer and master of the keyblade!
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October 15, 2016 marked a great moment in Georgia Convention history as AniBlaze officially completed their first convention!
It was somewhat impromtu, to test the waters and get the word out about AniBlaze, but was a success nonetheless!