Cosplay Gone Right: D-Piddy

Convention season is a showcase of fan creativity, of costumes often made from scratch to represent an individual’s favorite character or personal adaptation. Hundreds of men, women, and children parade around in colorful garb to not only display their skill but also their love of characters and cosplay. This year, however, one dedicated fan has made it his mission to not only show off his costume making skill but also to embody the spirit of the character he’s cosplaying. That fan is known as D-Piddy.

D-Piddy has been on the con circuit, making irrelevant videos of himself interacting with the multitudes of attendees. His Deadpool cosplay has been the highlight of this con season, his playful attitude downright infectious. Hitting Anime Expo in Los Angeles, Fanime in San Jose, Anime Manga Music (AM2) in Anaheim, and the grand daddy of them all, San Diego Comic Con, D-Piddy is truly the 2012 MVP of Cosplay and the most spot-on real life Deadpool we are ever likely to see.

Profiles: Henry Kuttner

If you didn’t know, Ray Bradbury passed away a few weeks ago; Bradbury was one of the greatest science fiction authors, and in fact, was just one of the greatest writers period. There’s quite a lot of people that are familiar with his work, but not too many people know about his writing teacher, Henry Kuttner.

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