Still debating if buying a badge to that one convention is worth it?
After attending 20 conventions in the last six years, regardless of size, popularity, or fandom, every con has a staple benefit to having a badge. Here are my top 10 benefits to buying a badge.
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I know its always exciting to see your favorite character come to life before your eyes.
That guy looks and acts just like Tony Stark.
That Belle is breathtaking in her ball gown.
Or, what about that really tall and intimidating Thanos lumbering towards you.
Cosplay is exciting and fun to engage in at local conventions. But, the world has changed since the golden age of social media along with several advances in crafting technology.
So, if you’re thinking about joining the costumed society, here are a few things to consider.
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Voice losing moments.
Allow me to share my five scary things that did happen when I was a first-time panelist. It might not be an actual “naked in front of a the class” level of drama, but these things were still the wooorrrsst things to happen my first year.
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So your panel got accepted, now what?
About time! Here’s where the real work starts.
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There will come a day when you don’t want to panel anymore. And that’s okay.
I can name at least a handful of panels I use to do for about 3 years, before running out of fumes. Here’s what I do when I feel the burnout coming.
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Yeah, yeah, my Hero Academia and Boruto are eating up most of your Shounen energy these days. But, let’s not forget about the sleeper hits that might be the next big thing in 2019.
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We all have them at some point during our Convention Crawling.
Someone didn’t spend enough time putting together their panel for the big day or parts of an otherwise, would-be-great panel fell through the night of.
But! You should know that recovering from such a blunder is not too late!
Think of it as a redemption for extremely, poor planning on your part.
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