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Tucson Comic Con 2018 3D Printing and Cosplay

A basic covering of 3D printing, IP and the basics of 3D printing covered by a great group of Cosplay makers with warnings about printing.


Do you know what 3D printing is? Or ask yourself, how or why you should consider it for your cosplays? If you are curious, come out and join novice to advanced 3D printing panelists, while we introduce you to the world of 3D printing for cosplay. From props to full blown suits of armor, we will have examples on display.


Brad Boscarion

David Miller

Robert Webb Moderator

Sarah Willwater


Recorded live at Tucson Comic Con Sunday November 4, 2018 at noon,

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Tucson Comic Con 2018 panel Costuming in Tucson: A Guide to Our Local Cosplay Scene

A fun panel and rundown of the various costuming groups in Tucson and Arizona their various events, activities, and hootenannies


The Panelists:

James Breen of Tucson Steampunk Society  and Wild Wild West Con 
Jeff Lewis of the Arizona Ghostbusters 
Lexi Holmes -  

Ezekiel Huerta Moderator and a member of Tucson cosplayers Network  and Arizona Avengers and 
Lethargic Action Hero Cosplay 
David Vick of the Arizona Avengers and Justice league Arizona.



All the awesome fan groups mentioned: 

Tucson Steampunk Society

Wild Wild West Con

Arizona Ghostbusters

AZ Furs

Star trek tucson

Arizona Legacy Ranger

Tucson Cosplayers Network

Arizona Avengers

Justice League Arizona

Star trek Tucson fan club

El Tardis

Arizona Browncoats and

Consplay Superior

New Arizona Republic: Fallout

Dune Sea Garrison

Team Rocket AZ

The Dread Fleet

The Tucson Ever After

Umbrella Corporation Arizona Hive

Arizona Judges

Desert Destroyers Predators

Lethargic Action Hero Cosplay



Kids Need to Read

Recorded live at Tucson Comic Con Sunday November 4, 2018 at noon,



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Tucson Comic Con 2018 Costumes of the 501st Legion Jundland Wastes Squad


Panelist Mike Alvear and the 501st Legion Jundland Wastes Squad talk about the 501st, Cosplay and Star Wars costumes at Tucson Comic Con!

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What makes a protagonist great? What makes a good hero? I personally enjoy a hero with some real world issues and circumstance. Also I apologize in advance for the sick sniffling crowd around me I tried to clean it up as best I could.

Our Panelists: 

Catherine Wells

Ed Hoornaert (Mr. Valentine)

Natalie Wright

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In Honor of seeing The Last JEdi this weekend we need some Star Wars this Monday!


At Tucson Comic Con we got to sit in and hearsome awesome advise for the lady cosplayers, and good advisefor anyone in general. 

Join us as we will discuss female versions of Stormtroopers, Tusken Raiders, and much, much more!


Also some of our gaming groups want to do a Star Wars Old Republic Campaigne with groups on both sides of the comflicts and some one shots on Roll20, what do you think?

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*Adult Cotent*

Join us for another fun Panel that we enjoyed at Tucson Comic Con!

Yes you too can be a writer and share your stories!

Panelists: Monica Friedman, Mira Domsky and moderator KJ Kabza


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Every movie, television, game and book franchise is built upon the creation of a fictional world. Join our panelists: KJ Kabza
Kathryn Lance, Janni Lee Simner, & Natalie Wright the Moderator as they discuss how the success of a franchise often depends on how richly the world is imagined. Join in as they talk about your favorite fantasy worlds such as Harry Potter, the Marvel Universe, Lord of the Rings, Wheel of Time, Fallout 4, Dragon Age and others that exemplify the rich world-building that we love in our favorite sci-fi and fantasy franchises. The authors on the panel also share tips in how they create their own fictional worlds.


KJ Kabza




Kathryn Lance


Janni Lee Simner


Natalie Wright



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At Tucson Comic con we were treated to another great and informative panel by Brandish Gilhelm

*Adult language and possibly NSFW*

Join Hankerin Ferinale for a mind-melting dose of creative superfuel for YOUR tabletop game, and how to take it to the next level. All the tricks and techniques from YouTube's cybernetic mutant!

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We were treated to a great and informative panel on writing you RPG by Brandish Gilhelm, and we all know each GM out there honestly has an RPG or three they would love to publish!

Brandish Gilhelm is a Dungeonmaster, artist and writer from the Seattle area. A lifelong teller of fantasy epics, in the last two years he has gained a following of like-minded heroes-to-be via 'Drunkens & Dragons' on YouTube, and through books and game products like 'The Daring and the Doomed,' 'Index Card RPG,' and other tabletop products at


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 “I love D&D!”

Author’s Bio of John Paul Ried



John Paul Ried grew up in Upper Montclair New Jersey and moved to Phoenix, Arizona

in 2013. He has taught both college level history and English classes at Essex County College in

Newark NJ and Illinois Central College in Peoria IL. Mr. Ried also has taught Special Education

classes in public schools in both Kentucky and Nevada. He has three Masters Degrees and

multiple certifications.



Mr. Ried has an extensive professional fundraising background for non-profit

organizations such as the National Kidney Foundation and the Boy Scouts of America. Currently


Mr. Ried is CEO of Palamaran Adventures LLC which markets and distributes his fantasy fiction

books. He is also Chairman and Founder of the Arizona Fantasy Gaming Association (AFGA).

Since 1975, Mr. Ried continually plays many editions of Advanced Dungeons and

Dragons and Pathfinder. In his books, he has brought to life his Campaign World for his readers

to enjoy. His first book, “Reckless Ambitions: The Medford Family Chronicles Volume 1,” was

published by AZ Publishing LLC in May 2015. Mr. Ried’s second book “Capricious Deities:



The Medford Family Chronicles Volume II, was published in December 2015. The third book in

the series, “Pivotal Ruckus: The Medford Family Chronicles Volume III,” was published in

August 2016. Book IV – “Academic Mayhem: The Medford Family Chronicles Volume IV,” is

being written now.



He draws inspiration from his very demanding cat named Enalan. Along with his writing,

Mr. Ried also enjoys attending Sci-Fi/Fantasy conventions and has met hundreds of imaginative

and interesting people such as Isaac Asimov, Margaret Weiss and Tracy Hickman, Terry Ferrell,

and Penn and Teller (Rebo and Zooty).




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