William D. Dickerson, Author of Young Mutants in Love and Cherry Wood.

What can you say about William D. Dickerson? He is a teacher and a writer who wants to write a variety of stories that catch his attention. He is a self published author rather than chase after a publisher. When he isn’t writing or teaching, he likes long walks rather than wait for the bus, spending time with family, and reading other books to see what other authors are doing.

12 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Appa Costume defies expectations


Appa is a transformer It isn’t too hard to find an Aang or Sokka at comic con, but I never thought I would see someone cosplay as Appa until I found this group. I wish I’d been thinking when I saw the opportunity for this shot, but the guy dressed up like Appa is in […]

10 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Optimus Prime transforms this list

michael bay's transformers

Optimus Prime shows what a Transformer can do (#9 Cosplay) When it comes to Transformers, it doesn’t get more iconic than Optimus Prime. That’s why I was excited to see this particular cosplay costume. I’m not sure how comfortable it would be to wear, but I can tell you that he received lots of attention […]

08 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Mutants with Props

Mutants with Props #9 Mutants with Props How can you go wrong with coplay involving mutants that are best created using props. Sure Nightcrawler really needs is a tail, but you still have to figure out that hands and feet since they aren’t like most people, and how can you go wrong with a Dazzler […]

06 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Team Possible is #10

Team Possible

Team Possible is #10 If you were around in the 90’s and watching cartoons, you probably had a love for Kim Possible and her cheerleader-enhanced adventures. Team Possible (as I like to call them at least) were a lot of fun to watch, and it was great to see them recreated at Denver Comic Con. […]

05 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Where in the World is #11?


Where in the World is #11? Alone neither of these costumes would have made the list. There really isn’t much involved with a costume of “Where’s Waldo,” and Carmen Sandiego isn’t as relevant as she used to be. Where else but Denver Comic Con are you likely to find both of them together? I was […]

04 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Spaceballs! (Denver Comic Con Top 12 Cosplays)

Denver Comic Con Top 12 Cosplays- #12 The Spaceballs Family Denver Comic Con has only been going on for a few years so far, and I wasn’t able to make it the third year, but I’ve seen some great cosplay ideas in action. Let’s start with some true Spaceballs. In fact, it’s an entire family […]

29 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Denver Comic Con’s Top 12 Cosplays

I’ve only been to a Comic Con twice and both times it was Denver Comic Con. I thought that this year for my Halloween-related posts that I would list my Top 12 Cosplays from those two Denver Comic Con events. (2012 and 2013)

22 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Halloween costumes on the way!

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Halloween Costumes-coming soon! You may not know this, but over the last several years, I have made a habit of making a series of posts every year for the month of October talking about various Halloween costumes with different themes. Here are some links to the posts of previous years. The first link Blogspot costume […]

15 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Showdown: She-Hulk vs. Storm


It’s time for another showdown. This time we will see She Hulk taking on Storm. This almost happened once upon a time, but there isn’t any reason why we can see what might have happened. Let’s look at the contestants for our showdown: She Hulk The cousin of Bruce Banner, Jennifer Walters received a blood […]

08 September 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Why I love comic book movies

comic book movies

Why I love comic book movies I have been a fan of comic books since I was in fifth grade. I remember the day when it first happened. We had gotten a magazine in class that had an article about mutations and it made references to the mutants in comic books. It even made a […]