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Re: Baltimore Comic-Con 2012

Post by CenaFan1991 on Mon Sep 10, 2012 5:19 am

Exactly what was misogynistic about that? Some women DO have kinks and enjoy the whole idea of cosplaying, even knowing the pale pimply gazes and awkward conversation attempts they are likely to get. Women (Or men) can do whatever they want and not all the time will it be the platonic ideal of "empowerment" or what have you. It's not like Urban, from what was told, acted on assumptions in any awkward or unwanted way. What Urban thinks is what Urban thinks. I assume much, much more about most of the people I meet in traffic. It's unseemly but I don't think it needs such a loaded word to describe it, especially when you're effectively creating a class of people who are policed from any thoughts that aren't sterling, which, you know, always works well.

I mean, if that's misogynistic, then I should keep my big mouth shut about what I think half the stuff you all write says about you. No doubt misandry in the highest sense with the exact same sort of assumptions.

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Re: Baltimore Comic-Con 2012

Post by Tatyina on Mon Sep 10, 2012 7:37 am

I have some friends in Baltimore. The never asked me about going to that... They just keep bugging me about Otakon...

I guess they prefer the anime convention.

I sort of do too though... but we have a decent Comic-con. Biannual which is cool.

Saw Lou Gossett Jr. there once. I felt bad for the guy. Also got George Lowe to yell at the whole place over the speaker system while we were talking to him. That was also very awesome.

And then there was the guy who was trying to bring back V...

I wonder if that actually worked considering...

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Re: Baltimore Comic-Con 2012

Post by Old_Man_Tai on Mon Sep 10, 2012 10:43 am

I've always wanted to go to one of these Comic or Anime Con's. But I'm afraid I would be found unwelcome, as I don't actually read comics, just storylines on Wikipedia, and I don't watch the original japanese version of anime shows, nor do I watch random "obscure" (for me) shows that rarely get aired on mainstream U.S. Television.



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Re: Baltimore and New York Comic-Cons 2012

Post by UrbanChamp on Mon Sep 10, 2012 6:18 pm

[quote="anegge":txl9lf6d]
Hey, thanks for the misogyny.


Anegge...come on, now. Please don't say that...



[quote="CenaFan1991":txl9lf6d]Exactly what was misogynistic about that? Some women DO have kinks and enjoy the whole idea of cosplaying, even knowing the pale pimply gazes and awkward conversation attempts they are likely to get. Women (Or men) can do whatever they want and not all the time will it be the platonic ideal of "empowerment" or what have you. It's not like Urban, from what was told, acted on assumptions in any awkward or unwanted way. What Urban thinks is what Urban thinks. I assume much, much more about most of the people I meet in traffic. It's unseemly but I don't think it needs such a loaded word to describe it, especially when you're effectively creating a class of people who are policed from any thoughts that aren't sterling, which, you know, always works well.

I mean, if that's misogynistic, then I should keep my big mouth shut about what I think half the stuff you all write says about you. No doubt misandry in the highest sense with the exact same sort of assumptions.

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Like I said, it's obvious that some of the females wanted SOME attention by choosing to cosplay as Black Widow, Catwoman (the ones who do either one of those characters tend to show a lot of cleavage 90% of the time...for a reason), female Loki, Tifa Lockhart, etc...I mean, come on. All I did was pose with them and say something like "hey, that's nice, I like that!". I am not pervy (not openly, only when typing stuff out here like EVERYONE else on this HENTAI forum, because 99% of the time I keep my pervy thoughts to myself, but I am STILL a heterosexual male) or misogynistic (I was raised by my mother for the majority of my life, and she raised me better than that...thanks mom). If I'm wrong for that, then Stan Lee himself is just as wrong, because Cara "Powergirl" Nicole said on facebook that he went to her booth and complimented her on her looks. At the Heroes Convention in Charlotte, during his panel, he said "Have you seen the costumes on some of these girls? Wow wow!". And after the con on the elevator I spoke with a guy and his wife/girlfriend, who was dressed as Black Widow, and they told me Stan said "hey, give her another photo". And this is coming from a man who's been married for 60 years more or less, so that that could make it more "wrong" hehe. The man still has a lot of life left in him even as he approaches the age of 90.

The boldest thing I did was when I put my arm around the tall, high heels wearing female Loki and hugged her tight...well, as tight as I could get her because that fur coat she had on was massive...and soft, hehe. 8-) Anyway..."Tony Stark" who was holding my camera said "Yeaaaah, go for it!". It was all in good fun. I think he might have been her companion because they were together most of the time. I was not one of the couple of guys who asked two cosplaying girls (one in a black leather S&Mish bodysuit with spikes on it, and another girl in cut off shorts and a cropped/cut tank top) to bend over and wiggle their butts for the camera while his buddy was crouching between them and giving a thumbs up. I walked by just as this was happening, and I naturally stopped and looked and took photos like some other guys who were starting to form a small crowd. But, I also asked them "can you give me a basic pose?" that was not suggestive, and they did.

So, Anegge, don't try to act like you don't get "thoughts" and "ideas" cause I know you do. otherwise you wouldn't be here. I'm sure there's plenty of stuff you like to think about that you wouldn't even wanna discuss on a forum where nobody can see you. <img src=" title="Razz" /> Just sayin...

And, Cena, I don't have pimples nor do I try to start awkward conversations with those girls because it would only make me look sadly desperate LOL. It's obvious that there is a whole lot of "look but don't touch" going on at conventions when females dress up as scantily/suggestively clad fictional characters who are created that way to generate more sales for the book/anime/game.

A few people here said that if AFW was for real they'd do it. I never said anything negative about them. If someone is that free, confident, and brave about themselves and their sexuality...well, that's them. There is no way in the world that I could do it...not drug-free anyway. I feel too embarrassed to even be in front of a small crowd of people wearing speedo shorts. So you know how I'd feel about actually sexfighting in real life (well...in front of millions of other people, I don't feel the same way about private matches...), and turning that fantasy into reality.



[quote="Tatyina":txl9lf6d]
And then there was the guy who was trying to bring back V...

I wonder if that actually worked considering...

I think so! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_(2009_TV_series)


[quote="TaiKamiya":txl9lf6d]I've always wanted to go to one of these Comic or Anime Con's. But I'm afraid I would be found unwelcome, as I don't actually read comics, just storylines on Wikipedia, and I don't watch the original japanese version of anime shows, nor do I watch random "obscure" (for me) shows that rarely get aired on mainstream U.S. Television.



If there is one thing the internet has taught me about anime fans, it's that if they find out the only anime you watch is english dubs on Adult Swim, they will hate you for it and say your a horrible person.

Yes, you need to be careful about what you say around other fanboys/girls of geek stuff. A friend of mine from a long time ago has some super ultra hardcore gamer friends who have recently become my friends. I told them that the Heroes Convention was my first convention of any sort, and they were like "...uhhh...omg...dude, wtf? aren't you a gamer too? don't you like anime? why don't you go to game and anime conventions?". They admit that comics are in the geek realm, but it just doesn't hold as much geek power as games and anime. And the fact that I've gone so long without attending one until now was also another reason for them to taunt me LOL.

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Re: Baltimore Comic-Con 2012

Post by Alexandra on Mon Sep 10, 2012 9:48 pm

They admit that comics are in the geek realm, but it just doesn't hold as much geek power as games and anime.

Ahahahahahahahahahaha.

Sorry about that. Had to get that out of my system.

In fact, let me laugh some more. AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

Alright, I'm done. No offense, but your friends are dumb. <img src=" title="Razz" />
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Re: Baltimore Comic-Con 2012

Post by TiefBlau on Mon Sep 10, 2012 10:05 pm

[quote="TaiKamiya":3kndvd3j]
If there is one thing the internet has taught me about anime fans, it's that if they find out the only anime you watch is english dubs on Adult Swim, they will hate you for it and say your a horrible person.

So, to squash rumors, because Rumors are nasty things, Internet anime fans are much different than ones that actually go out to conventions. The chances of finding someone who wont treat you as their family is like 2% chance. I've been to a few anime cons and it is the nicest atmosphere you will ever be in and that's the truth. Everyone accepts everyone for whatever they're into, and everyone is having the greatest time.

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Re: Baltimore Comic-Con 2012

Post by UrbanChamp on Mon Sep 10, 2012 10:16 pm

[quote="Alexandra":13f9871f]
They admit that comics are in the geek realm, but it just doesn't hold as much geek power as games and anime.

Ahahahahahahahahahaha.

Sorry about that. Had to get that out of my system.

In fact, let me laugh some more. AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

Alright, I'm done. No offense, but your friends are dumb. <img src=" title="Razz" />

<img src=" title="Laughing" />

*glomps you*

LOL! Yeah, they're just "particular" when it comes to how they see gaming and anime, I guess that's the word for them.

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Re: Baltimore Comic-Con 2012

Post by Alexandra on Mon Sep 10, 2012 10:18 pm

...did you just use the word 'glomp'?

In the year 2012?

Did I fall through a time portal or something and end up in an alternate world where people still say 'glomp'? O_o
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Post by UrbanChamp on Mon Sep 10, 2012 10:27 pm

[quote="Alexandra":33jww17x]...did you just use the word 'glomp'?

In the year 2012?

Did I fall through a time portal or something and end up in an alternate world where people still say 'glomp'? O_o

...YEP! It never died as far as I'm concerned. People on some chat rooms still use it. :3

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Re: Baltimore Comic-Con 2012

Post by Old_Man_Tai on Mon Sep 10, 2012 10:46 pm

[quote="TiefBlau":2sa45jth][quote="TaiKamiya":2sa45jth]
If there is one thing the internet has taught me about anime fans, it's that if they find out the only anime you watch is english dubs on Adult Swim, they will hate you for it and say your a horrible person.

So, to squash rumors, because Rumors are nasty things, Internet anime fans are much different than ones that actually go out to conventions. The chances of finding someone who wont treat you as their family is like 2% chance. I've been to a few anime cons and it is the nicest atmosphere you will ever be in and that's the truth. Everyone accepts everyone for whatever they're into, and everyone is having the greatest time.


Ironic actually, because Internet Anime Fans are much more likely to say terrible things about your family.


But then again, it's the internet...and the G.I.F.T is a strong thing.


Also, fuck 2012, I'll glomp whatever I want.

For example, I shall glomp you Alex.


Glomp you in the ass.

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