Cosplay dating online
is one of the most storied franchises in all of video game history, and the blonde hottie Sonya Blade is one of the constants throughout the series.
She’s changed a lot since her debut in the original game though.
We know how hard it is to carry on a conversation with someone that doesn't have any interests in common with you.
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Before I would just enjoy the random cosplay pic that I would come across online without really paying much attention to the cosplayer, but once I started taking note of who people actually were (Jessica Nigiri, Yaya Han, etc) one of the first I started following was Fooly Cooly. (which is as amazing as you think) and Professor X/Hodor.
I know we usually feature hentai artists (or at least sexy pin-up artists) in our Artist Spotlight articles, but I figured I’d make an exception for the extremely talented, Marco D’Alfonso. Marco also does a great job mimicking other artists like Jack Kirby and Walt Simonson which allows him to come up with some truly awesome fake comic book covers (the Terminator comic is awesome). Jason Mark said he’s hoping to have 12 pics in the series so that means there are 5 more left.
What to Say Instead: Why it's Awful: You've put the cosplayer in a socially awkward spot.
If they accept the compliment, they're essentially saying, "Yes, I AM better than you." If they say "No, you look better," then they are downplaying their own achievements. Not everyone is comfortable with the same interactions. I could ramble about all of it, so tell me what you'd like to hear, gentle reader. To be sure you don't miss a pic, follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and in your Inbox.
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No, you don't know that person's name, and you probably won't see them again, but it's still hurtful.
The person getting this "compliment" doesn't feel great, either; you've created competition where there hadn't been any.