PAX Prime 2015, Day One

I’ve had an awesome day at PAX Prime, and one of the best part of it seeing all the cosplayers. There are just some that I was able to take pictures of, and I saw want to have more pictures by tomorrow.


I thought this was Poison Ivy, the Batman villain. Was I wrong! This is the fairy from the The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time.


It’s Amethyst from Steven Universe! Yes!


Kim Possible fans will know this character as Shego. I got her to pose with my book.


These ladies are from an anime, and I’m not certain that I got the name right on it.


Anyone who knows the God of War franchise knows this as Kratos. He didn’t mind posing with my book either.


These are characters from Borderlands. Also, they like my book, or at least were willing to pose with it.


I believe this is a Final Fantasy character.


This is Pac-Man with a Final Fantasy character. I got them to pose with my book.


It’s Pearl from Steven Universe! Hooray!


This guy is a male version of Sergeant Calhoun from Wreck It Ralph. He didn’t understand that “kitten whispers and tickle fights line either”.

I’m back from PAXPrime 2014 and I have some awesome Cosplay pictures!

Last week, I reported that I was headed to the Penny Arcade Expo. If you have never been to a gaming convention, comic convention or any other type of con, you know that there there are a lot of cosplay going on. I have to say that the best part of the convention was when I just walked around and just took pictures of the cosplayers.

After the jump, you are going to see quite a few pics of some of the most awesome cosplayers that I saw.

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We’re here at PAX Prime 2014 in Seattle!

PAX PrimeShould I say anything more? Well, for those who don’t know, PAX Prime is a big Gamers convention in Seattle. There are more of them, like PAX East, PAX South, PAX Aus, and PAX Dev, all at different locations, but I don’t really know much about the last one.

Unlike some gaming conventions, this one is not made for the gaming industry. PAX began in Seattle, and it was started by two guys who wrote a web-comic known as Penny Arcade. I realize that Penny Arcade Expo should abbreviate to PAE, but I’m not complaining.

I’ll be pretty busy on Friday and over the weekend, but I will be giving you constant coverage of what I will learn at this awesome conference all of next week. Then its a big busride on Sunday.