Hey my Ninjas!
I’m going to do an ‘Ask Me Anything’ video for this upcoming Friday – PLEASE ASK ME QUESTIONS!! I hope a lot of you guys participate <3
To keep things organized, please email me questions at firstname.lastname@example.org OR use my FormSpring account:
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As a Thank You to everyone who follows me on Twitter/Facebook/YouTube, I am having a holiday giveaway!
How to Enter:
– ‘Like’ my FB Page = 2 Entries
– ‘Follow’ my Twitter @NonStopToTokyo = 2 Entries
– ‘Subscribe’ to me on YouTube (ConstantineInTokyo) = 2 Entries
– ‘Retweet’, ‘Share’, or ‘Like’ the contest = 1 additional Entry
– 2 Blind boxes from Giant Robot (Yay! Toys!)
– 2 Limited edition prints from Powercon/Thundercon 2012
– 10 Winners will receive RADASS holiday cards from me.
Contest closes Friday, December 14th. Winners announced Saturday, December 15th.
Once again! Thank you so much and have a happy holiday season!
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How many people would like me to start filming movie reviews again on YouTube?
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This past weekend the C3 team attended Pacific Media Expo – an Asian entertainment convention in Los Angeles, CA. The convention itself was a blast and we had the opportunity to meet a ton of amazing cosplayers and fans! Check out our video coverage of the convention here:
The weekend also included two amazing photoshoots!
First, we headed out to the Old Zoo at Griffith Park on Saturday morning to shoot an amazing Gotham City Sirens group, featuring myself as Poison Ivy, Angi Viper as Catwoman, Steffy Quinn as Harley Quinn, and Lon Brown as Batman:
And on Sunday, I was finally able to get some great shots of my Kasumi costume from the videogame series Dead or Alive!
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I just got back from Long Beach Comic and Horror Convention ~ an annual comic convention held at the Long Beach Convention Center. It’s a fairly medium-sized convention, which is truly great, because it’s large enough to attract a lot of fantastic guests and artist, but small enough to interact with a lot of people and not get completely overwhelmed!
Of course, the most exciting part of this weekend for me was finally unveiling my most recent costume – Emma Frost (classic White Queen) from X-Men!! If you guys like this costume, then forward all of your thanks to my editor at JapanCinema.net ~ the only reason I made this costume is because he asked me to! As always, you can see more images on my Facebook page =)
I also got to meet and cosplay with the wonderful Lady Lynn!! She commissioned a Psylocke outfit from me (shown above) and looked absolutely amazing in it!! You can check out her cosplay work here: Lady Lynn Cosplay
As usual, here are some post-con videos and updates for you:
You can see me as Emma Frost and Angi Viper as Dark Phoenix getting catty in NerdReactor‘s coverage of LBCC:
AND, super exciting, both my Emma Frost and Cheetara costumes are featured on io9.com’s coverage of LBCC! I read this blog every day and was SHOCKED to see my face on their front page today, LOL!!
This upcoming weekend, I’ll be attending Pacific Media Expo here in Los Angeles and have several NEW costumes to unveil (again!)! Stay tuned!
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Hey everyone! I got incredibly lucky and had the opportunity to interview Steve Aoki for JapanCinema.net!! Check it out!
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Recently, I had the opportunity to interview two amazing individuals for JapanCinema.net‘s ‘Creative Interviews’ spotlight!
First up, legendary Hong Kong director TSUI HARK, the man responsible for films like ONCE UPON A TIME IN CHINA and FLYING SWORDS OF DRAGON GATE. I was super nervous for this interview, because Tsui Hark is an extremely influential and prolific director who creates absolutely beautiful wuxia films. CLICK HERE for the interview!
Next is classical music superstar Anne Akiko Meyers. One of the world’s premier concert violinists, Anne is hands down one of the most talented and elegant people I have ever had the chance to speak with! CLICK HERE for the interview!
Stay tuned for more interviews over at JapanCinema.net!
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