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Sunday, July 3 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Cosplay Senpai Roundtable

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Aicosu

Aicosu, the couple cosplay team of Sheila & Sylar, have been cosplaying collectively for eight years. With over 100 cosplays made and 50 conventions attended, they focus on bringing more than just cosplays to the community. They are well known for answering any and all questions to those beginning or even advanced in Cosplay and hope to teach new things in their panels and programming. Aicosu can be found on the convention floors, at their... Read More →
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Dustbunny

Originally from the east coast and now residing in the great Los Angeles area. Dustbunny has been in convention scene for over 10 years and is an award winning cosplayer as well as a cosplay costume judge. She was also involved in a fan-based documentary called “True Otaku: The Documentary" which was exhibited as an official selection at Florida Supercon's 2011 Geek Film Festival and at Phoenix Comicon's 2012 Film Festival. Dustbunny has... Read More →
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QueersPlay

QueersPlay was founded in 2014 by cosplayers Kimber Brightheart and Dommenique Dumptrux to challenge the toxic masculinity, homophobia, misogyny, transphobia, and transmisogyny that often runs rampant in convention culture. QueersPlay has 6 queer and transgender collaborative members. QueersPlay aims to create safer spaces for marginalized communities within convention culture. Additionally, QueersPlay contributes to more vulnerable in the... Read More →
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WindoftheStars

WindoftheStars, Mel Hoppe, has been cosplaying since 2004 and has made over 100 costumes, many of which have won multiple awards. Her costume works have been featured on TV as a judge on Call to Cosplay, in print mostly notably in Cosmode, OtakuUSA and Mangabomb, and in several web publications. Mel has been invited as a guest of honor at conventions both in the USA and at international events. As a veteran in the cosplay community, she strives... Read More →
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Stella Chuu

Stella Chuu is a cosplayer from New York. She makes brilliantly detailed costumes, travels to conventions around the world, and works to promote geek culture. She loves to share the joy of DIY in costume construction. Most notable are her Devil Homura, Ivy Valentine, and Master Yi cosplays. Her creative and quirky personality has led her to be featured on Kotaku, Nerdist, Mashable, Tech Insider and more.
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Chocolate Covered Cosplay

Chocolate Covered Cosplay (C3) is a group of African American cosplayers that reside in Southern California. C3 is composed of four women: Ginger Nichelle, Angel Tenshi, Deanna “Pei-Pei", and Ashphord 'Ashi-chan'. | | C3 attends conventions all over the country holding panels and events on cosplay diversity. Each member is also talented in her own way. Ginger is a patternmaker and takes commissions, Angel is a photographer and model at... Read More →
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Corgi Cosplay

Nicole is the master mind behind Corgi Cosplay while Kiba is the spokesmodel! Through Kiba, Nicole is able to show her passion of cosplay and all things Japan! Kiba's first cosplays were a Moogle (Final Fantasy series) and Link (Legend of Zelda) back in 2013. Since then, Nicole has also gotten into cosplay herself but not as much as Kiba is! Kiba has many cosplays now, but together they have cosplayed Kagome and Shippo (Inuyasha), Hinata and Kiba... Read More →
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Joshua Hart

Joshua Hart is the costume designer, fashion designer, model, and commissioner behind J.Hart Design, a brand which he has created to showcase his award-winning work, as well as, to foster knowledge, creativity, and inspiration among the cosplay and fashion communities. With over ten years of sewing and cosplay experience, Joshua strives to produce works of art that showcase his love for unique silhouettes, impeccable fit, and intricate details... Read More →
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Vampy Bit Me

Linda Le is a cosplayer originally from a small town in Oklahoma, now residing in California. She had her own show with The Nerdist after she was founded by Japanese company Kotobukiya and featured in OTACOOL 2 With Danny Choo, her costumes were a worldwide success after being featured on Marvel.com, her partnerships with Capcom as their official Morrigan and Juri cosplayer, Bandai, DC, various game companies, and most recently featured on CNN... Read More →
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Garnet Runestar

Garnet Runestar is a Utah based cosplayer that hoards fabric like a Dragon and loves Zelda more than some people love their family. In the 8 years she has been cosplaying, she has earned over 20 Best in Show awards and was part of Team USA 2014 For the World Cosplay Summit in Nagoya Japan. When she's not making ball gowns she works with Utah based charity group The Court of the Elven Fae and works to be an active voice for Cosplay Positivity. She... Read More →
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Steff Von Schweetz

Steff Von Schweetz has been cosplaying since 2003 with nearly 200 costumes under her belt. She prides herself on being completely self taught in all aspects of the hobby and believes that anyone can cosplay, regardless of skill. Steff has won a handful of awards across the West Coast including a Best in Show and Best Advanced Craftsmanship. Her work can be seen published in several magazines, newspapers and notable websites; but more importantly... Read More →


Sunday July 3, 2016 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Live Programming 3 408 AB

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