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I finally submitted my Shiro video! It's the first video I made for CosDev so keep your fingers crossed it gets accepted. I had a lot of fun and I think you will too ;)
I'll be roaming around all weekend and on Sunday I'll be signing at the CD booth from 1-2!  Hope to see y'all there :3
Any guesses?

  So far no one has guessed what I shot today! Can anyone who isn't following me on IG or hasn't seen my IG yet guess?   xoxo Lenoira

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Welcome back to the second edition of The Essential Comic Collection.  This time, I will be delving deeper into one of DC’s best limited series of the 1980’s, Watchmen.  Watchmen was a twelve issue limited run comic series, written by Alan Moore (Batman: The Killing Joke, V for Vendetta, Marvelman) and drawn by Dave Gibbons (Green Lantern, Judge Dread, Captain America).  Created during the late 80s, Watchmen looks into how superheroes would actually be like in real life.  Alan Moore used the series to look deeper into the theme of “power and about the idea of the superman manifest within society”.  The famous line from the series, “who watches the watchmen?” is representative of this theme and Alan Moore’s look into the superhero mythology. Publication History Watchmen was published and released in September of 1986 and lasted for twelve issues, with the final issue released in October of 1987.  The series ...

  Since its release, Pokémon GO offers countless players the chance to relive an age of nostalgia and it no doubt has taken the world by storm. My social media feeds are full of posts from friends I have not spoken with in years and yet I find myself excitedly messaging them with updates of my own Pokémon GO adventures. Connections I thought died out in the monotony of adulthood are suddenly thriving anew. And while I am enamored by the opportunity to reconnect with these fellow Pokémon trainers, I would have never begun to imagine the impact this free app would make for complete and total strangers. I have found myself walking the dogs outside, looking around, and seeing any number of individuals (all of varying ages) with their phones in the air and the declaration of, "There's a full grown Venomoth right over here!" and watching others crowd that corner of the park with such abandon you would think they were all ten yea...

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Conventions are a lot of fun for most of us who consider ourselves geeks. Whether it's based on sci-fi, anime, My Little Pony, games, comics, or kink, getting together with friends and like minded people to share a similar interest or hobby is a great way to spend a day or a whole weekend. When looking up conventions online you always get news of the big giant conventions across the country (if not the world!). Anime Expo, The comic cons of both San Diego and New York, Otakon, Megacon, Dragoncon, and others of the like that draw massive crowds each year. 10, 20, 50, even 100 thousand people or more go to these big cons, sometimes in buildings that really can't fit those kinds of attendance numbers. Those kinds of cons usually draw in the bigger guests, the bigger announcements, hoards of expert level cosplayers showing off their newest creations. It is almost like a badge of honor to attend one of these big cons. But that's not me. While those kinds of massive gatherings ...

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