Suspended in disbelief. Frequently breaking the fourth wall. Collector of novelty watches and Kewpie dolls. I run Fashion Tips From Comic Strips and I am the resident superheroic sartorialist on ComicsAlliance.
HOLY WEBSTATS, BATMAN
iamgangles asked: If you don't mind me asking, what do you do for a living that facilitates your attendance to so many conventions?
My salary at my full-time office job covers all of the grown-up guff (i.e. my rent, bills, & school loans) and all of the fun stuff (including convention-related costs, such as badges, travel/hotel, souvenirs, food, cosplay supplies, etc). Because of Fashion Tips From Comic Strips and my freelance gig at ComicsAlliance, I’ve been fortunate enough to get some of these convention expenses subsidized, while doing freelance work at conventions over the past couple of years. Regardless, my convention schedule has been consistently busy since 2008.
I also think that living in Boston gives me a geographical advantage to attend most of the major conventions in New England/New York, in regards to travel and convenience. I hope that answered your question :)
GET ON IT PEOPLE.
Note: I may or may not add more costumes to this list at a later date.