At Chicago ComiCon with Jessi and @danvpeterson. Jessi’s right: it totally feels like cosplay has blown up this year.
My rough estimate feels like 45-50% of attendees are dressed up somehow. Definitely an increase this year.
It’s awesome. I love seeing people nerd out with their thing and just be what they’re into. Love it.
one of my fav things is being able to clock exactly where and what side of the street a place is on based on the address without looking at a map #geography
I’m originally from MA, but I’ve been in Chicago since 2005 when I married my Chicagoan wife.
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Thanks to @alex for hosting!
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