I couldn’t pass on getting a picture of this cosplay of Karou from Laini Taylor’s novel Daughter of Smoke and Bone.
I’m not sure what Windsor did to provoke Karou, but I’m just glad she didn’t take any of his teeth.
Windsor had the pleasure of hangin’ with Captain America’s favorite lady Agent Peggy Carter.
I don’t think Captain America is gonna be happy about this when he sees it. Lucky dragon!
Hey… she looks familiar… even if she isn’t kissing Windsor this time.
Loved this genderbend on Hawkeye. My favorite details are all the band-aids (she says people kept asking if she’d been beaten up) and the portable word balloon.
Windsor got to hang with Shredder, the nemesis of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Given Windsor doesn’t like TMNT, he seemed somewhat okay with Shredder.
Rainbow Brite’s wand just wasn’t strong enough to stop Windsor from being grumpy.
These two ladies were rockin’ the Steampunk. Even Windsor approves.
This rather freaky cosplay has me stumped. My son’s theory is that it’s the Wizard of Oz. I told him he’s nuts, but now I think he might be right.
Author KT Pinto
gets in touch with Windsor and her inner pirate
I’ll post some more pics tomorrow of Windsor, the Grumpy Dragon, at this year’s RavenCon. There are lots of cool costumes I can’t wait to share with you.
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