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2013-05-03 03:20:08 AM  

ZeroCorpse: Some 'Splainin' To Do: Masquerade carries connotations of a formal affair, so that's really not quite the right word. I suppose that we could go with the less formal "costume party", but that has connotations of a small, private affair.

I don't think that there's anything "delusional" about calling it cosplay. I'm sure that you don't literally think that anyone really believes that dressing up in a costume is some new invention (and if you do, the problem is that your own sense of smugness is causing you to assume that everyone else around you is a moron -- and you really ought to stop doing that because it makes you an ass).

I think that cosplay is a perfectly fine portmanteux that captures the idea of a large, informal event where people dress up in costumes.

How about "playing dress-up" ?

All I want is for them to ban cosplayer at comic conventions, and then make separate cosplayer conventions to keep them away from the scene. Furries have their own conventions. It's time we swept cosplayers out the door of comic cons and into their own attention-whoring freakshow.

I don't mind the origins of it: People who enjoyed the comics would wear a costume from their favorite character. But in the past decade or two, the cosplayers going to cons have been people who don't know jack-shiat about comics but show up to advertise their costuming skills, their bodies, or some other thing.

So just give them their own cons and ban them from the comic cons. Let's get cons back to the point where they're about comic books and creators, and not about the scantily-clad people who take advantage of the situation to promote themselves.


That would also mean that someone would have to create a real San Diego Comic Con specifically for comic books and leave the current San Diego TV and Film Convention behind.
 
2013-05-03 05:35:29 AM  
/got nothing bbut a booikmarkk
//reallyu just slappoing the key byt heingthytrekndm,;da.,sdf,awkjp
 
2013-05-03 06:21:39 AM  
Therion   You should definitely post pictures of your sister on fark. That's never gone wrong before.

sad fusillade762 post the home-schooled Farker's wife with the teeth(as I recall, Farkers on a thread posted how socially retarded home-schooled kids were & guy uploaded photo of his wife to show what he pulled in & of course everybody said that proves their point & made her teeth a meme (it now gets you banninated) but you were surely trollin' for Rainbow Brite, which is also banninateble  http://www.fark.com/comments/6628208/72239423#c72239423

Nina_Hartley's_Ass He already did. He just wasn't in it.

Story's better than that, Bob Burden went to pitch "Mystery Men" with a 'Story Bible'-each page depicting a character, their secret identities, powers.  He hit on a production chick before the meeting & had no business cards, so he tore the 1st page out for her & wrote his phone # on the back, yes-it was of Flaming Carrot, when he began the meeting he just left Flaming Carrot out, & the movie was greenlit anyway...
 
2013-05-03 07:48:25 AM  

FirstNationalBastard: Cosplay: because average looking chicks crave attention, too, and if you dress like a comic book character fat geeky guys will supply the attention you crave.


Yes; they're doing it for you. The entire world, and everything the women in it do, is about you.
 
2013-05-03 08:42:30 AM  

Heron: FirstNationalBastard: Cosplay: because average looking chicks crave attention, too, and if you dress like a comic book character fat geeky guys will supply the attention you crave.

Yes; they're doing it for you. The entire world, and everything the women in it do, is about you.


While they cosplayers crave your attention, they're not going to sleep with you.
 
2013-05-03 08:44:51 AM  
Its friday, gentlemen. More cosplay, less comics.
 
2013-05-03 09:05:54 AM  

Bennie Crabtree: MFAWG: Orgasmatron138: MFAWG: BafflerMeal: eagles95: Is Fox making a Fantasic 4 reboot/sequel? I thought they had until next year to get it out into theaters? I know Spidey and the whole Xmen crew are locked away forever because of the success of the new movies

Yes.  And the front runner for the Human Torch is an African American.

/What's good for Fury is good for the Gander?

The black guy Fury thing just irks the shiat out of me for reasons I cannot fully explain.

I think he's farking awesome, but then I don't read comics.

I love watching Jackson chew the scenery as much as the next guy, but Nick Fury just isn't a black guy.

While his race does matter, you ahve to kind of decide if he was one of the pioneers of African American soldiery in the second world war, or if he got his start Viet Nam. Sam jackson would be a freaky Nick Fury if they had a movie with him and The Howling Commandos.


Full disclosure: Nick Fury is my second favorite Marvel character (after Iron Man), and when I first saw
the Sam Jackson version (in the Ultimates line), I too was a bit put off.

But then I read (in a Fark, no less) something that really brought me over to being a fan:

Back in the day, they wanted Nick Fury to be the baddest mofo in the Marvel Universe.  They wanted him
to be cool and heroic but also of toughness, and they modelled his look after Burt Lancaster (with
maybe a dash of Dean Martin thrown in).

When they decided to update the universe for the Ultimates, they wanted to maintain that same
persona but modernize it, and they came to the reasoned choice that the baddest, coolest person in
the world today is Samuel L. Jackson.

Looked at in that light, I couldn't refute the logic at all.
 
2013-05-03 09:14:02 AM  

lewismarktwo: Really? No one?
[cdn.uproxx.com image 542x756]
I'd like to spend a few hours under that cape.


Me, right here. I think I whimpered a little when that pic came up. SHes just the right amount of everything....
 
2013-05-03 09:19:31 AM  

FlyingJ: Therion   You should definitely post pictures of your sister on fark. That's never gone wrong before.

sad fusillade762 post the home-schooled Farker's wife with the teeth(as I recall, Farkers on a thread posted how socially retarded home-schooled kids were & guy uploaded photo of his wife to show what he pulled in & of course everybody said that proves their point & made her teeth a meme (it now gets you banninated) but you were surely trollin' for Rainbow Brite, which is also banninateble  http://www.fark.com/comments/6628208/72239423#c72239423

Nina_Hartley's_Ass He already did. He just wasn't in it.

Story's better than that, Bob Burden went to pitch "Mystery Men" with a 'Story Bible'-each page depicting a character, their secret identities, powers.  He hit on a production chick before the meeting & had no business cards, so he tore the 1st page out for her & wrote his phone # on the back, yes-it was of Flaming Carrot, when he began the meeting he just left Flaming Carrot out, & the movie was greenlit anyway...


I've been here since 03, and lurked prior to that, I remember both of those threads, hence the lack of me posting pics.
 
2013-05-03 09:34:20 AM  

fusillade762: [cdn.uproxx.com image 499x750]

Crimeny! It looks like she must have had a few ribs surgically removed.


That's OK, I have a bone I could lend her.

/get it?
//bone. It's another word for penis.
///so lonely
 
2013-05-03 09:53:25 AM  

ZeroCorpse: Some 'Splainin' To Do: Masquerade carries connotations of a formal affair, so that's really not quite the right word. I suppose that we could go with the less formal "costume party", but that has connotations of a small, private affair.

I don't think that there's anything "delusional" about calling it cosplay. I'm sure that you don't literally think that anyone really believes that dressing up in a costume is some new invention (and if you do, the problem is that your own sense of smugness is causing you to assume that everyone else around you is a moron -- and you really ought to stop doing that because it makes you an ass).

I think that cosplay is a perfectly fine portmanteux that captures the idea of a large, informal event where people dress up in costumes.

How about "playing dress-up" ?

All I want is for them to ban cosplayer at comic conventions, and then make separate cosplayer conventions to keep them away from the scene. Furries have their own conventions. It's time we swept cosplayers out the door of comic cons and into their own attention-whoring freakshow.

I don't mind the origins of it: People who enjoyed the comics would wear a costume from their favorite character. But in the past decade or two, the cosplayers going to cons have been people who don't know jack-shiat about comics but show up to advertise their costuming skills, their bodies, or some other thing.

So just give them their own cons and ban them from the comic cons. Let's get cons back to the point where they're about comic books and creators, and not about the scantily-clad people who take advantage of the situation to promote themselves.


"Stop liking what I don't like!"

Dude, who the fark cares? If some dude wants to spend $3000 to make Master Chief's armor, or some chick diets for 6 months so she can fit her boobs into Power Girl's outfit, more power to them. They bring money and attention to cons, which means they can keep having them year after year. If you don't like them, either don't pay attention to them, or don't go to cons. Problem solved.
 
2013-05-03 10:42:01 AM  
A lot of cellulite.
 
2013-05-03 10:58:18 AM  

ZeroCorpse: Some 'Splainin' To Do: Masquerade carries connotations of a formal affair, so that's really not quite the right word. I suppose that we could go with the less formal "costume party", but that has connotations of a small, private affair.

I don't think that there's anything "delusional" about calling it cosplay. I'm sure that you don't literally think that anyone really believes that dressing up in a costume is some new invention (and if you do, the problem is that your own sense of smugness is causing you to assume that everyone else around you is a moron -- and you really ought to stop doing that because it makes you an ass).

I think that cosplay is a perfectly fine portmanteux that captures the idea of a large, informal event where people dress up in costumes.

How about "playing dress-up" ?

All I want is for them to ban cosplayer at comic conventions, and then make separate cosplayer conventions to keep them away from the scene. Furries have their own conventions. It's time we swept cosplayers out the door of comic cons and into their own attention-whoring freakshow.

I don't mind the origins of it: People who enjoyed the comics would wear a costume from their favorite character. But in the past decade or two, the cosplayers going to cons have been people who don't know jack-shiat about comics but show up to advertise their costuming skills, their bodies, or some other thing.

So just give them their own cons and ban them from the comic cons. Let's get cons back to the point where they're about comic books and creators, and not about the scantily-clad people who take advantage of the situation to promote themselves.


http://themetapicture.com/is-this-what-respect-feels-like/
 
2013-05-03 11:08:55 AM  

Techhell: ZeroCorpse: Some 'Splainin' To Do: Masquerade carries connotations of a formal affair, so that's really not quite the right word. I suppose that we could go with the less formal "costume party", but that has connotations of a small, private affair.

I don't think that there's anything "delusional" about calling it cosplay. I'm sure that you don't literally think that anyone really believes that dressing up in a costume is some new invention (and if you do, the problem is that your own sense of smugness is causing you to assume that everyone else around you is a moron -- and you really ought to stop doing that because it makes you an ass).

I think that cosplay is a perfectly fine portmanteux that captures the idea of a large, informal event where people dress up in costumes.

How about "playing dress-up" ?

All I want is for them to ban cosplayer at comic conventions, and then make separate cosplayer conventions to keep them away from the scene. Furries have their own conventions. It's time we swept cosplayers out the door of comic cons and into their own attention-whoring freakshow.

I don't mind the origins of it: People who enjoyed the comics would wear a costume from their favorite character. But in the past decade or two, the cosplayers going to cons have been people who don't know jack-shiat about comics but show up to advertise their costuming skills, their bodies, or some other thing.

So just give them their own cons and ban them from the comic cons. Let's get cons back to the point where they're about comic books and creators, and not about the scantily-clad people who take advantage of the situation to promote themselves.

http://themetapicture.com/is-this-what-respect-feels-like/


Um... what does a comic about someone who obviously has body image issues in the first place dressing in a costume that is probably inappropriate for their body type have to do with the fact that Cosplayers are generally annoying people who just want to play dress-up for attention and have no connection to comics or sci-fi or the material they're choosing to use for their dress-up play and ruin comic conventions?
 
2013-05-03 11:11:27 AM  

ZeroCorpse: Some 'Splainin' To Do: Masquerade carries connotations of a formal affair, so that's really not quite the right word. I suppose that we could go with the less formal "costume party", but that has connotations of a small, private affair.

I don't think that there's anything "delusional" about calling it cosplay. I'm sure that you don't literally think that anyone really believes that dressing up in a costume is some new invention (and if you do, the problem is that your own sense of smugness is causing you to assume that everyone else around you is a moron -- and you really ought to stop doing that because it makes you an ass).

I think that cosplay is a perfectly fine portmanteux that captures the idea of a large, informal event where people dress up in costumes.

How about "playing dress-up" ?

All I want is for them to ban cosplayer at comic conventions, and then make separate cosplayer conventions to keep them away from the scene. Furries have their own conventions. It's time we swept cosplayers out the door of comic cons and into their own attention-whoring freakshow.

I don't mind the origins of it: People who enjoyed the comics would wear a costume from their favorite character. But in the past decade or two, the cosplayers going to cons have been people who don't know jack-shiat about comics but show up to advertise their costuming skills, their bodies, or some other thing.

So just give them their own cons and ban them from the comic cons. Let's get cons back to the point where they're about comic books and creators, and not about the scantily-clad people who take advantage of the situation to promote themselves.


I'm not sure that you're going to get a lot of your fellow comicbook fans to agree to your Puritanical views.
 
2013-05-03 11:35:52 AM  

meanmutton: I'm not sure that you're going to get a lot of your fellow comicbook fans to agree to your Puritanical views.


It's a common debate.  I was a member of the San Diego Comic Con during the 80s when it was actually a comic book convention.  Seems to be more about movies and the entertainment industry in general these days and is certainly not a comic book convention any more.

In some ways it's interesting to see what it's become over the decades, but I won't deny that I miss the fact that it was a national gathering of comic book vendors with other merchandise offered....and it was easy to attend and see everything, which is difficult now.  I've been of the opinion that they should rename it the Entertainment Con, and revisit the idea of the national comic book vendors' gathering on a much smaller scale as was the case back in the day.

/but I *like* scantilly clad womens in superhero costumes....
 
2013-05-03 12:12:29 PM  

ZeroCorpse: Some 'Splainin' To Do: Masquerade carries connotations of a formal affair, so that's really not quite the right word. I suppose that we could go with the less formal "costume party", but that has connotations of a small, private affair.

I don't think that there's anything "delusional" about calling it cosplay. I'm sure that you don't literally think that anyone really believes that dressing up in a costume is some new invention (and if you do, the problem is that your own sense of smugness is causing you to assume that everyone else around you is a moron -- and you really ought to stop doing that because it makes you an ass).

I think that cosplay is a perfectly fine portmanteux that captures the idea of a large, informal event where people dress up in costumes.

---

How about "playing dress-up" ?

All I want is for them to ban cosplayer at comic conventions, and then make separate cosplayer conventions to keep them away from the scene. Furries have their own conventions. It's time we swept cosplayers out the door of comic cons and into their own attention-whoring freakshow.

I don't mind the origins of it: People who enjoyed the comics would wear a costume from their favorite character. But in the past decade or two, the cosplayers going to cons have been people who don't know jack-shiat about comics but show up to advertise their costuming skills, their bodies, or some other thing.

So just give them their own cons and ban them from the comic cons. Let's get cons back to the point where they're about comic books and creators, and not about the scantily-clad people who take advantage of the situation to promote themselves.


Okay, a few things to unpack here, if I may.

First off, most conventions aren't comic book conventions. The majority of cons are science fiction cons and costumery has had a perfectly long and legitimate part of that scene.

If your gripe is about ComicCon in particular, may I point out that it's hardly fair to blame the cosplayers for "ruining" it. If you really want to get to the heart of why ComicCon is no longer about comics first, blame the con organizers for inviting in the big media companies (which they did, of course, to generate tickets and revenue). That's the beginning, middle and end to what's been driving the comic dealers and industry folk to the margins of the convention. In any case, that ship sailed at least fifteen years ago. Let it go, man. Just let it go.

In any case, I have very little patience with the "it used to be cool, but now it sucks" crowd. If your con has gotten so big that it's lost its intimate flavor then freakin' start a new con! Hell, go ahead and set up a con that specifically excludes cosplay if it's so important to you. Advertise to the too-cool-for-school crowd and keep it small. And if  that con gets away from you, start over again. Don't just sit and whine because things change over time. Light a candle, and stop cursing the darkness. 

And "playing dress up"? Really!? Don't you think that it's just a  tad obvious that you aren't trying to come up with an appropriate word for going to a con in a costume but are, instead, just trying to come up with a term that's as dismissive and diminutive as you can because you, personally, don't like cosplay? I'm perfectly fine with respecting your opinion on the matter, but, if you hate it so much, maybe you aren't the right person to be suggesting alternative names.

And finally, you aren't a psychic. You do not know why any given person is doing cosplay unless you talk to them. You do not have the ability to look at a crowd of cosplayers and make sort of accurate judgement about how much they  actually like comics. Frankly, you're acting like a borderline hipster. You've got that same fixation on having an "authentic" experience and the same automatic dismissal of latecomers to that experience.

At the end of the day, going to con is supposed to be fun. For a lot of people -- myself included -- that includes getting into costume. In spite of your complaining, doing so doesn't hurt you and the only possible way that this could be ruining your fun is if you are going out of your way to have your fun ruined. My advice to you is to just relax and seek out those parts of a con that you do like and don't worry about what the people around you are wearing.
 
2013-05-03 12:20:32 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Um... what does a comic about someone who obviously has body image issues in the first place dressing in a costume that is probably inappropriate for their body type have to do with the fact that Cosplayers are generally annoying people who just want to play dress-up for attention and have no connection to comics or sci-fi or the material they're choosing to use for their dress-up play and ruin comic conventions?


You guys are so brittle.

"Well, I was enjoying this panel discussion about the nuances of the Dothraki language, but then I spotted someone wearing a Tom Servo costume and now the whole thing is just  ruined!!!"

I'm kind of picturing you with your head buried in a pillow and your legs flailing in the air.
 
2013-05-03 12:43:25 PM  
I don't have any problem with people wearing costumes because that shiat is fun, but you really are just playing dress up.  And that's, OK.
 
2013-05-03 01:18:11 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Techhell: ZeroCorpse: Some 'Splainin' To Do: Masquerade carries connotations of a formal affair, so that's really not quite the right word. I suppose that we could go with the less formal "costume party", but that has connotations of a small, private affair.

I don't think that there's anything "delusional" about calling it cosplay. I'm sure that you don't literally think that anyone really believes that dressing up in a costume is some new invention (and if you do, the problem is that your own sense of smugness is causing you to assume that everyone else around you is a moron -- and you really ought to stop doing that because it makes you an ass).

I think that cosplay is a perfectly fine portmanteux that captures the idea of a large, informal event where people dress up in costumes.

How about "playing dress-up" ?

All I want is for them to ban cosplayer at comic conventions, and then make separate cosplayer conventions to keep them away from the scene. Furries have their own conventions. It's time we swept cosplayers out the door of comic cons and into their own attention-whoring freakshow.

I don't mind the origins of it: People who enjoyed the comics would wear a costume from their favorite character. But in the past decade or two, the cosplayers going to cons have been people who don't know jack-shiat about comics but show up to advertise their costuming skills, their bodies, or some other thing.

So just give them their own cons and ban them from the comic cons. Let's get cons back to the point where they're about comic books and creators, and not about the scantily-clad people who take advantage of the situation to promote themselves.

http://themetapicture.com/is-this-what-respect-feels-like/

Um... what does a comic about someone who obviously has body image issues in the first place dressing in a costume that is probably inappropriate for their body type have to do with the fact that Cosplayers are generally annoying people who just want to

play and ruin comic conventions?

1) You entirely miss the point of the comic, which isn't surprising as it's pretty much talking about people like you and your idiocy as evidenced by the laughably idiotic "obviously has body image issues" and "costume that is probably inappropriate for their body type" while utterly ignoring the aspect where there is a woman with the "appropriate" body type for the costume who is also getting flack by people. So any comments about inappropriate body types is just laughably ignorant of the actual problem. (I'd quote the post before you as well for this point as the previous poster is along the same lines as your post, but you've given more than enough to go with as it is.)

2) Cosplayers don't ruin conventions. That's about the dumbest of all the arguments I've ever heard on the subject, and you're laughable for using it. (as is everyone else who does) This is part of the actual problem.  Banning cosplayers is essentially saying "Keep this stuff on the page only - I really don't want anything like this at all in real life. It causes me distress to see a real woman (or man, perhaps) dressed up as a comic book character." Dress it up as "Fat chicks shouldn't be Wonder Woman" or "Guys shouldn't be Sailor Moon" or "Big Costumes block the aisles" or "Go get your attention fix somewhere else" or whatever, but it all boils down to people like you not wanting this fantasy stuff to intrude on your real world, even when your real world is celebrating the fantasy world you enjoy and support.

3) Banning cosplay is also a way of saying "Stop liking things that I like in ways that I don't like people liking the things I like!" and makes just about as much sense that sentence. As if you hold the keys to the proper way of liking something, and those who like it in different ways should just stop. Dumb, arrogant, pitiful.
 
2013-05-03 01:40:47 PM  
Techhell: Dumb, arrogant, pitiful.

A fine description of cosplayers.
 
2013-05-03 01:54:28 PM  
But seriously...


People want to play dress-up. Good for them. Then rent a hall and have a cosplayer convention, much the way people who want to buy comic books should be able to go to a comic book convention and buy comics, meet and get autographs from creators, and, you know, enjoy comic books without people essentially standing on their heads screaming LOOK AT ME! I LIKE PLAYING DRESS-UP! LOOK AT ME! LOOK AT ME!

And, yes, booth babes are stupid, too.
 
2013-05-03 05:44:13 PM  
Who the hell gives a shiat?

We nerds and geeks spend half our young lives being ostracized and marginalized and told that we don't belong, and then the minute we get a little bit of power and a tiny little corner of our own, what's the first farking thing we do? Do we open our arms for all people who like the things we like? Do we welcome women and newbies and people who just want to enjoy the spectacle? Do we turn around and show the world that they were wrong to treat us that way, because we are generous and strong people worthy of respect?

No, we turn around and give them what they gave us. We tell the women that they're attention whores and fake gamers, we tell the newbies they aren't hardcore enough, and we tell the people who just want to enjoy the spectacle that they didn't earn the right. We're farking ridiculous as a group, and I'm sick of it.

So what if a woman made a sexy costume of Scarlet Witch just to get some attention? You miss the fact that SHE PUT EFFORT AND TALENT INTO MAKING A COSTUME OF SCARLET FRICKING WITCH. Who cares if people there are only fans of the movie version of the Joker? They like the Joker! Who cares if someone is there who happens to have come because his girlfriend like anime, and he's not into it himself? He's supporting someone who likes anime!

It's a damn hobby. We as a geek culture are making fools of ourselves trying to exclude everyone who doesn't know the title of the fourth Season 2 episode of The Original Series. Just get over it, embrace people who like things, and try to be happy with your life.

You'll find it helps with your blood pressure, and you'll make more friends. Maybe even some cute ones in Scarlet Witch outfits.
 
2013-05-03 06:02:30 PM  
The first chick in TFA stole Vash the Stampede's jacket and cut it up into a cape or something.
 
2013-05-03 10:21:05 PM  

ExcedrinHeadache: Who the hell gives a shiat?

We nerds and geeks spend half our young lives being ostracized and marginalized and told that we don't belong, and then the minute we get a little bit of power and a tiny little corner of our own, what's the first farking thing we do? Do we open our arms for all people who like the things we like? Do we welcome women and newbies and people who just want to enjoy the spectacle? Do we turn around and show the world that they were wrong to treat us that way, because we are generous and strong people worthy of respect?

No, we turn around and give them what they gave us. We tell the women that they're attention whores and fake gamers, we tell the newbies they aren't hardcore enough, and we tell the people who just want to enjoy the spectacle that they didn't earn the right. We're farking ridiculous as a group, and I'm sick of it.

So what if a woman made a sexy costume of Scarlet Witch just to get some attention? You miss the fact that SHE PUT EFFORT AND TALENT INTO MAKING A COSTUME OF SCARLET FRICKING WITCH. Who cares if people there are only fans of the movie version of the Joker? They like the Joker! Who cares if someone is there who happens to have come because his girlfriend like anime, and he's not into it himself? He's supporting someone who likes anime!

It's a damn hobby. We as a geek culture are making fools of ourselves trying to exclude everyone who doesn't know the title of the fourth Season 2 episode of The Original Series. Just get over it, embrace people who like things, and try to be happy with your life.

You'll find it helps with your blood pressure, and you'll make more friends. Maybe even some cute ones in Scarlet Witch outfits.


Who would want that?

I mean, the kind of people who need to be validated by everyone because they dress up for attention, or label themselves as "geeks" and talk about their culture...
 
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