Cosplay scene takes break until January
November 26, 2016
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For those involved in the Michigan Cosplay scene, convention season has ended with the passing of Youmacon on Nov. 6. There are no more in-state conventions until Jan. 21 when Washicon is held at Eastern Michigan University.
For those who cosplay, or “costume play,” which involves dressing up as characters in wigs, elaborate costumes, makeup, and even color changing contact lenses, this is a relaxed time to be able to plan for the 2017 con season.
If you’re interested in next year’s con season or getting into conventions and cosplay, Washicon is the start of 2017’s con season and an easy and free con to go to. Shuto con in March is also a good con, as it’s one of Michigan’s biggest conventions and is located in the heart of the Mitten at the Lansing Center.