Playing the part is half the fun of cosplay, and the LGBTQ geeks of OutlantaCon are ready to work it during their annual sci-fi/fantasy gathering. Q magazine's 10 Queer Things features this weeks offers these ideas for OutlantaCon's Galactic Couture and Project Cosplay breakout events.
Heroes & Villains
Damn the Torpedoes
Quoth the Raven
Automaton for the People
This feature originally ran in Q magazine. Read the digital verson below, and pick us up around Atlanta each week.
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