Remember the names I mentioned here?
Guess what, they were all there ready to be interviewed, photographed, and asked for an autograph!
The Cosplay Authority Global Challenge (The CAGE) cosplay competition called in all the most serious cosplayers on the open category finals who were proud to show off the series, movie, or videogame accurate real-life representation of their chosen persona. We saw DotA 2, League of Legends, Warhammer 40,000, Overwatch, Iron Man, Monster Hunter, Garro, and just about any character you can think of. Judged by Alodia Gosengfiao, Haiden Hazard, Jin (Behindinfinity), Myrtle Abigail Sarrosa, Philip Odango, and Pion Kim.
Tyler Hoechlin took the main stage for a discussion about playing Superman in DC’s Supergirl TV series interviewed by Joyce Pring.
Hall N for Netflix opened today lining up the cast of Stranger Things for a panel discussion that had fans giddy with excitement to see their once digital heroes up-close and personal for either photos, autographs, or selfies with.
Right after Netflix indulged everyone in the main stage with a full screening of Death Note – the western live-actin version, of course.
Ray Fisher and Serena Kozuki graced the photograph stage with fans lining up for a quick and a shot or two of the celebrities.
Gaku Space, Tyler, and Ray, all presented themselves at the Meet and Greet stage queuing a long ling for each just for a quick handshake or a selfie with.
Meanwhile Carl Potts and Jin (BehindInfinity) held workshops for aspiring comic book artists and illustrators or cosplayers respectively to inspire more and more of the younger generation or artists and cosplayers to be to take up their passion and level it up to something more serious.
In case you missed both days 27th of August still have tickets left for those walking-in on the convention.
Hall M for Marvel happens that day with exclusive content for awaiting fans.
See you guys there!