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Horror TV Shows - The Walking Dead and American Horror Story

Started this discussion. Last reply by Donna Eason Sep 26, 2013. 2 Replies

Good morning all!Does anyone follow these two shows?  This season, we'll see more African Americans on The Walking Dead, and Angela Bassett will be a major star on American Horror Story: Coven.  I'd…Continue

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At 12:44pm on June 30, 2014, Celeste A said…

Hi Donna,

How are you?  Sorry I have been out of touch with the cosplay group.  My father had been ill for several months and passed away early May.  

Absolutely! We should meet up!  I plan to arrive Thursday and stay through Tuesday at the Hilton.  Am I remembering correctly that you will arrive on Friday?  I think I can send you a private message through this site.  I will send you my number so we can text a time and place.

How's your costuming going?  What are you working on for the con?

At 10:42am on January 7, 2014, Valjeanne Jeffers said…

Hi Donna,
Sorry for my late reply. I'm not in NC anymore but I do still have contacts there. Thanks for the info!

At 9:24am on September 26, 2013, Celeste A said…

I think you are right about the cosplaying, I have had some really funny moments and good times wearing my costumes.

Good Luck with getting a room at the Marriott. That is always the most difficult part of the con to me is getting the hotel reservation.  Every year the reservation process gets crazier and crazier.  The night time stuff is why I like staying in a host hotel.  I like the parties, karoke and films.

As far as costumes for next year.  I want to do a Star Trek next generation uniform.  But what I really have my heart set on (but I have figure it out) is Nova from Star Blazers.  I used to watch that show as a kid. I will try to attach a picture.  If the picture shows up, Nova is the one in the yellow.  Also, I want to rework my Romana costume from Dr. Who.  I need to work on the dress, maybe even get a new one.

As far as seeing other costumes at the con, I would love to see more Star Blazers costumes.  And I would love to see someone dress as the diva from fifth element.  There was a guy dressed as ruby rhod this time and he looked great.  I will try to add that too.  If it shows, that's me in my star trek uniform. 

Have you joined the official dragon facebook page?  There is good information on that page regarding hotels and guest updates and so forth.

At 3:10pm on September 20, 2013, Celeste A said…

Hi Donna,

Yes, I plan to attend in 2014.  I have bought my membership and have a hotel reservation.  I look forward to it every year.

I hope you let me know if you had specific changes in mind.  I have noticed some.  Of course, the main one is the size.  When I first attended in 2005 it was about 20,000 people now it's at 52,000 or 58,000 depending where you look.  

For the first time this year, it seems there were fewer costumes.  I don't know why or what reason.  I have noticed over the years more blacks and other minorities attending.  But the number always seems small to me given that the South and Atlanta have so many black people.  I went to Momcon (anime) this year in Atlanta and there were way more black people at that con.  I have also noticed more black people wearing costumes.  

What did it seem like to you?  Were you expecting certain things and did or did not see them?

I am already thinking about costumes for next year.  :)


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