Whew! Where to even begin? First off, I must apologise for being late in posting this blog but after I came back from Manchester Comic Con, I had some stuff to do on Monday and from Tuesday – I had been at my workplace. So, I did not have the time to write a proper blog about it.
Right, time to dive into it.
Manchester Comic Con was great and it was a pleasure to watch all these amazing people with their cosplays and how they brought the fictional characters to life. My family members, who know that I have been attending Comic Con for the past two years were shocked to see the level of dedication put in by these talented cosplayers. You can see all the photos I took of these cosplayers below:
A collection of photos taken on Day 1 and Day 2 of Manchester Comic Con 2017. Feel free to tag yourself in the pics.
This year, I cosplayed as Deadpool for the first time but I tried to bring a new touch to the cosplay. I always thought, if Deadpool and the Godfather ever had a crossover, what would it look like? Well, I would look something like this:
I bought the mask over Amazon and a fancy Mafia themed props which cost me £28 in total, put on a suit and viola – my Mafiaso Deadpool outfit was ready. Walking around with the mask on was not that difficult but it did take a toll on me at the end when I went to Fab Café at the end of the night for the after-party. Me, nor my friend Claire who was dressed as Harley Quinn from Arkham Series had it in us to party the night away.
On the Sunday, I was walked around in my civvies and took some time out to film some cosplayers posing for my vlog. Shout-out to all who the time out to pose. You can check out the full vlog below:
Comic Con is nothing without the merchandise stalls and this year, I did manage to bag me some cool stuff. I did make a vlog which will be linked below but if you do not fancy watching it, here is what I got: one Overwatch t-shirt, two Fairytail t-shirts, RWBY Volume 1, 2 and 3 on blu-ray, an anime called Another and a manga called Tomie by Junji Ito.
Overall, it was fun-filled experience and I am looking forward to more of these conventions in the future. To stay updated with my latest vlogs and news, hit me up on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.