Fan culture/internet reporter, mostly for the Daily Dot.
Managing Editor at Big Bang Press. We publish original fiction by talented fanfiction authors. To learn more, see our website.
Costume design, TV and movie reviewer at HelloTailor. For reviews sorted by topic and fandom, see my masterpost.
"…there is something more appealing about these costumes in comparison to many of the cosplay outfits we see at conventions today. Although I greatly admire the people who put huge amounts of work into making exact replicas of the Iron Man armour or figuring out how exactly one would construct a steampunk Dalek ballgown, there’s something to be said for sheer, balls-out enthusiasm.” — from Medieval armour made from rubber inner-tubes, “sexy” 1970s sci-fi convention fashions, vintage crime-scene photographs, and more.
"…Better than a lot of the post-apocalyptic goth/armour/fetish gear you see in movies like Mad Max because you can tell that this outfit was hand-made using easily-available recycled materials, but it still retains the WTF (in this case, Medieval armour) aesthetic required for this type of costume." — from Medieval armour made from rubber inner-tubes, “sexy” 1970s sci-fi convention fashions, vintage crime-scene photographs, and more.
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