Old Shred Head was there and ready to fight some turtles!
PIGS... IN... SPAAAAAAAACE!!!
I believe in Harvey Dent and believe that Billy Dee Williams would've been better than Tommy Lee Jones. Then again, Billy Dee probably dodged a huge bullet not being in the Schumacher Batman flicks! George Clooney doesn't even like talking about them!
I think these folks would be better off heading for a DVD box set instead of the graveyard of failed Cartoon Network shows that Boomerang has become.
This Haunted Mansion-themed Bounty Hunter was awesome enough from the front...
But her rocket pack took things to an even higher level! The detail to Both Star Wars AND Haunted Mansion lore was incredible! One of the best costumes I've ever seen!
This adorable tyke came as the classic Webbigail Vanderquack from 80's Ducktales! I was hanging out at my pal Josh Hauke's table when she waddled by and everyone in the aisle just melted! Just a real cute kid!
Merlin and Mad Madam Mim were able to put their differences aside just long enough to score some swag in the exhibit hall!
And since we're on a Disney kick, here's Gizmo Duck!
This Weird Science cosplay was funny, but would've worked better were it not for the Twitch shirt. There was no Twitch in 1985! Still, it takes courage to walk around with a bra on one's head. Now if only someone would cosplay Chet post-crap pile transformation!
Now THIS is a true media rarity: A Star Wars CED disk! For those not in the know, which is many because this format straight tanked, the CED was an early attempt at a disc-based format. RCA spent close to two decades working on it before finally releasing it. It was vinyl-based, like a record, but had to be contained in a cartridge of sorts and was simply too big and clunky to really be viable. By the time it came out, Betamax and VHS already dominated the home video market and even the laserdisc format had been released, though it too would fall victim to the same clunkiness that killed CED. Still, it had some nice innovations about it and was popular enough to at least have George Lucas give it the time of day, so that's certainly something! If my pal Matt had been there with me, the exhibitor's kids likely would have had their entire college tuition paid for that weekend!
He doesn't make monkeys, he just trains them!
Chip and Dale as Chip 'N' Dales! This was certainly a creative and hilarious cosplay! The radio from The Brave Little Toaster was a nice touch and yes, it worked, and yes, it played Workin' For The Weekend!
We end things for this countdown with some folks from over the rainbow! Last year marked the 80th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz as well as the 100th anniversary of the passing of Oz's creator, L. Frank Baum. It was nice to see so many cosplayers paying tribute to these wonderful stories and characters. I'm hoping to someday see some Return to Oz cosplay at one of the shows I go to!
And that was WonderCon 2019. Bit of a mixed bag last year. It wasn't a bad show by any means, but sadly, the troubles of home kinda followed me to WonderCon and it just made it hard to enjoy myself. The saddest part of it all was, there was no reason for it to happen. I let stress get to me and ruined the week for myself. Luckily, SDCC totally kicked ass the following July and helped make up for it! Hopefully the next WonderCon will be one for the ages!
And that's a wrap on the month of April! While we didn't get WonderCon after all, I hope the look back at past shows gave you all some relief from the real world. I think things will get better and maybe next week, we'll have some good news to share, along with some new art. We got hope and we got each other. Stay strong CRAZIES. Until next time, be safe, take care and I'll catch y'all later!