Cosplay Skyrockets to Mainstream Status With Riddle Meets Zombie Boy Issue
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Cosplay Skyrockets to Mainstream Status With Riddle Meets Zombie Boy Issue

Cosplay Culture is being heralded by publisher Enoble Media as "the world's premier cosplay magazine."

MAYWOOD, N.J., Oct. 9, 2015 — (PRNewswire) — Cosplay Culture, which debuted at the start of 2015, is devoted to giving a voice to the serious cosplaying masses by way of interviews with the biggest names in the industry, and guides on how to build the accessories of popular characters from various entertainment universes. The attentive minds behind this groundbreaking publication are also cultivating and maintaining material online at, for cosplayers who are on-the-go or prefer to soak up their digests digitally. Cosplay Culture is a bimonthly bible for the ever-growing comic book, video game, and anime communities. Not only are readers in the know on current costume trends and convention turnouts, but they are also enjoying cosplayer backstories--features shedding light on the passion of both their heroes and their peers.

The new issue of Cosplay Culture, which was released last September, is the magazine's first Halloween-themed issue. Riddle, a cosplay favorite, alongside actor and model Zombie Boy, grace the cover. And inside the magazine are sit-downs with experts of their respective fields: Broadway veteran/blockbuster movie staple Hugh Jackman and Glenn Hetrick, the special effects mastermind who helped deliver the visual charm of 2012's The Hunger Games film and the Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series.

Convention coverage, of the comic book world and otherwise, is crucial for Cosplay Culture readers--and the Halloween issue is all treats and no tricks. A sunny spotlight shines bright on San Diego Comic-Con, with a text-based recollection as well as a colorful photo gallery presenting the best costumes and biggest celebrities in town during the July jamboree. Other event reflections include the AC Boardwalk Con and Walker Stalker.

Cosplayers of utmost gravitas are continuously improving their cut-and-glue game. Cosplay Culture serves as a sewing sidekick through its recurring Morph section. This edition includes a Simplicity Patterns tutorial on the bat bow-tie donned by Zombie Boy on the cover, and Alexys from Madeyewlook introduces a makeup how-to on the burlap beast Oogie Boogie.

Cosplay Culture has much more in its current issue, and will surpass expectations time and time again with upcoming offerings in every capacity. Thanks to this magazine, your comic book, sci-fi, and fantasy needs are all in one place. And perhaps most importantly, the demand for costume-making resources is larger than ever before. Cosplay Culture has arrived--will you?

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