This week the Heroes of Cosplay headed to New Orleans and Wizard World in part one of this split season finale. Yaya Han is pulling double duty at the Louisiana event where she is judging one competition and hosting another. The competitors this week are Jessica, Holly, Chloe, Riki, Katie, Carl, Jesse, Miguel and Indra.
This last article about the Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con will talk of lessons learned about the entire fun and exhausting process and about some of the wonderful people met, both in costume and not. It will also feature a few more photos from the three-day event.
On the last day of the Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con two Heroes of Cosplay gave the Guardian Liberty Voice an interview. Taking time from their busy schedule, Jessica Merizan and Holly Conrad took a moment to sit down and talk and reveal a bit about themselves. The audio-only interview is down below and on YouTube.
Day three of the Amazing LV Comic Con consisted of Cosplay Heroes, times two, author Cynthia Vespia, and the Winner Twins, again. Of course there was much going on, just like the prior two days. There were less people running around as Harley Quinn, Batman, or the Joker, but there was a Robocop and Iron Man, the chap had lights and everything. Most impressive and considering that the amount of energy required to wear these cumbersome looking costumes must have been huge, the sense of good will and friendliness remained. As well as the willingness to pose for photos.
Day two of the Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con featured a Winner Twins panel and more cosplay than the day before as well as a competition. Before the panel and the evening contest, however, there were people to meet. Both Holly Conrad and Jessica Merizan from Crabcat Industries and Heroes of Cosplay on the SyFy channel. Also present on day two was Alana Rose from another SyFy program Face Off. The illustrious Sylvester McCoy, of Doctor Who fame and comic book artist legend Jim Lee were both available for photographs and autographs.