This is the official Facebook page for Neverending Dreamz. Neverending Dreamz is a costumer and cosplayer that was one of the first that I remember incorporating LEDs in cosplays. (Now it’s quite common.) Neverending Dreamz’s cosplay that first caught my eye was that of his Genji from Overwatch, in which Neverending Dreamz did in a stunning array of LEDs, with a crafted sword. Neverending Dreamz seems to get much of his costuming inspiration from video games, as he has an obvious love for Overwatch and the Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts series. Neverending Dreamz gained internet acclaim in 2017 for his keyblades, and then again with his Lucio cosplay, from Overwatch. Neverending Dreamz actively accepts commissions on his keyblades that he makes to any request. Some of Neverending Dreamz’s most notable custom keyblades are his Pokemon, Sailor Moon and fraternity (yes, as in frat house) keyblades.
Michael Gibbs is a talented artist that is extremely passionate about his world and the world around us. I don’t know how to describe his work in a way that does him justice. His projects tend to not only be of different styles, but either make a statement, take a stance, or honour someone/something. One example is his Toxic Pod, which are highly detailed sculptures of orca made up of materials polluting the ocean that endanger their survival. Toxic Pod is so detailed that each piece has internal anatomy crafted as well. Micheal Gibbs is another talented individual that I had the pleasure of meeting online through Shawn M. Soles. Not only is he a talented artist, but he is a designer and stone mason.
This is the Instagram page for Rob Crump, also known as Crump Smash. One look and you can tell that Crump Smash was heavily influenced by a lot of striking 90’s comic book art. In a conversation, he acknowledged that art like in “Body Bags” was a big influencer to his style. Crump Smash, like so many artists of today, is talented in illustration and graphic art. I can’t emphasise how much I respect and love this man’ work and work ethic. I truly believe in this brand!
When the creator of this business, Sean McElwee, was little, and was learning how to speak, his mother said that he spoke his own language and called it “Seanese.” Sean took that and turned it into a business for those that thought that they spoke their own language when it came to self expression. Seanese has many products that not only speak, but scream style and attitude. All you have to do is find your dialect of Seanese and find the right shirt, mug, or whatever that speaks to you! Oh, and if you think that his name sounds familiar, you may recognise him as “Sean,” the actor with Downs Syndrome from the A&E show, Born This Way.
Talk Nerdy to Me is one of those sites to go to to get your geek on. It has several fandom podcasts as well as articles and reviews on several geeky media. Talk Nerdy to Me discusses games, comics, cosplays, and conventions. I love the fact that quality pages like this with dedicated staff and contributors share the internet with All Cool Things™.
AlliZ Cosplay is a New York Cosplayer that started out making costumes and props with her father. Aiming for what feels right rather than mere accuracy, AlliZ Cosplay still consults with her father, but only when she needs a bit of advice. AlliZ Cosplay enjoys working on props and complex prosthetics. With the help of some friends, AlliZ Cosplay constructed huge wings for cosplay of Mirajane Satan Soul. AlliZ Cosplay is one of the hard working and disciplined #Cosfit cosplayers that finds expression in both keeping fit and cosplaying, and has found that both can enhance each other. You might not find AlliZ Cosplay at any convention after parties, but you will find AlliZ Cosplay giving her all at conventions. While AlliZ Cosplay is extremely tall and powerful, she is also incredibly kind and friendly, and urges any and all that see her at a convention to walk up and say hello. If you like her work, buy her merch.
Ruff Edges is a comics and collectibles shoppe that travels all over Georgia at conventions, shows, and festivals. Ruff Edges is owned by Dustin Ruff and Shane Hester, who also own and started the Cartersville Comic Con. Ruff Edges is always actively looking to buy collections of all sorts, as well as help you complete yours with their extensive inventory.
Beautiful Models XYZ is a French site run by Sandy Steward, and features the images of models and entertainers from all over the world. Beautiful Models XYZ shares content from all over the internet, not only promoting beautiful and talented women, but the sites and photographers that help promote them, as well.
Behold! The Fair Folk trod amongst us! Gingersnap Pixie is a cosplayer and model that counts herself amongst the Fae. Hailing from Vancouver, Canada, Gingersnap Pixie is also a writer, illustrator, and graphic designer that writes all of the material and correspondence, as well as designs all of the visuals for her branding. In fact, Gingersnap Pixie is also the owner of Briar Fox Design. As you can tell from her entry picture, Gingersnap Pixie is never shy with sharing her charms and talents. In fact, Gingersnap Pixie is just as provocative as an erotic model as she is in her ideologies. When Gingersnap Pixie is not frolicking in nature, exploring new experiences, or bewitching mortal man, she also enjoys Steampunk crafting, and Medieval and role play gaming. (Gingersnap Pixie enjoys playing as Dungeon Master!)
Mind Invader Comics is the publishing house that Justin Simmonds built. Located in Cobb County, and proud, Mind Invader Comics uses its surroundings, classic moxie, and modern attitude as the inspiration for its universe. Mind Invader Comics is perhaps best known for it’s flagship character, Cobbzilla: a kaiju who’s part chicken, part sauron, and all badass. Cobbzilla defends Cobb county from all of the other local sleeping giants that are about to wake up…angry. Mind Invader Comics is also the home of many intellectual properties on the way, to entice your brain, entertain your mind, and tickle your funny bone.
Gumiho Hannya is an erotic cosplayer, from Germany, that is truly in love with both aspects of the business. In fact, Gumiho Hannya knew at a relatively young age that she wanted to pursue a job as an erotic entertainer, and it shows in Gumiho Hannya’s sensuality and natural talent to portray cuteness, sexiness, and extreme kink. Fortunately for us, Gumiho Hannya discovered he joy of cosplay, and her flair for the erotic was elevated to a new level in costumes, crafts, makeup effects, and theatrics. Along with doing her own hair and makeup, Gumiho Hannya also digitally edits her own photographs. Though Gumiho Hannya resides in Germany, she enjoys a fanbase primarily in the USA, and enjoys conversing with us. That’s right. Gumiho Hannya is fluent in German and English, and speaks a little Spanish and Japanese. Gumiho Hannya enjoys working with other cosplayers, like Mikomi Hokina.
This is the official gaming blog page of Rango the Merc: Freelance Gaming, Anime, and Wrestling Writer Extraodinaire! Rango the Merc is a competitive Smash Bros. player and Nintendo bon vivant. If the name seems familiar, it should, because Rango the Merc is a regular writer, here at All Cool Things™ with two writing columns, as well as many other articles of varying topics.
Kitu☆Katu is the site created by Kam Kam, an otaku and lover of retro, underrated, and unfulfilled kitsch. Kam Kam took this love of things past, never realised, and wistfully remembered as the theme for his clothing line. In true sense of homage, Kitu☆Katu’s merch features such beloved icons as SEGA Saturn, while it’s aesthetic gives the nod to the likes of old skool anime/manga from artists like Rumiko Takahashi, and mavericks in media like [adult swim]. As a SEGA fanboy, and especial lover and collector of the SEGA Saturn, I have a special place in my heart for the very same things.