On Recent Events, An Open Letter to Cosplayers From a Cosplayer

To my creative friends: Conventions have always been the ultimate “safe space” for nerds, geeks and superfans. Even in recent years as fandom has become more mainstream, the con scene has remained a haven for those looking to celebrate their passions. In some cases, the family/community environment has led to security more reliant on an honor system than true vigilance, with voluntary peace bonding and self-checking. It was no big…

Keen Halloween: Year One

Think of the Best Halloween From Your Childhood by: BustleGirl Keen Halloween cast its adorably spooky shadow on the Phoenix Convention Center the weekend of September 24-25, and attendees were left with a sense of fun, creativity and family inclusiveness. After a hiatus of two years, the slick reboot put together by Square Egg Entertainment gave the impression that it would continue this new tradition, and give Phoenix an opportunity…

Amazing AZ Comic Con Interview with Travis Hanson

Bustle Girl Interviews artist and NO Mercy Card Game creator Travis Hanson!   The NO Mercy Card Game Kickstarter is still going til Mid March 2016: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/488571414/no-mercy-a-kitty-vs-alien-card-game Travis Hanson FB: https://www.facebook.com/Travis-Hansons-Big-Imagination-Page-213431952015594 For more coverage on Amazing AZ Comic Con: http://www.videojouzu.com/index.php/category/conventionsevents/2016/amazing-az-comic-con/ Amazing AZ Comic Con: http://amazingarizonacomiccon.com/

Amazing AZ Comic Con Cosplay Interview with Mr. Mugatu

Bustle Girl catches up with one of the biggest celebrities in the fashion world at Amazing AZ Comic Con 2016   For more coverage on Amazing AZ Comic Con: http://www.videojouzu.com/index.php/category/conventionsevents/2016/amazing-az-comic-con/ Amazing AZ Comic Con: http://amazingarizonacomiccon.com/

TaiyouCon 2016 A Gallery

TaiyouCon was this past weekend, January 15-17, 2016 at the Mesa Convention Center.  Bustle Girl and Tessa stopped in to have a look around at all the talented people there! [AFG_gallery id=’5′]

The Harp Twins at LepreCon 41

When one thinks of the harp, the stereotypical image might be of a stuffy concert hall with uncomfortable seats or an Old Masters painting of an apple-cheeked cherub. Yeah; not here, folks. The stage at Phoenix’s niche sci-fi/fantasy convention LepreCon introduced a crowd of nerds and geeks to a different kind of harp artistry: The Harp Twins, Camille and Kennerly Kitt. It seemed intriguing to have harpers perform at a…