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Unread 09-11-2012, 12:48 PM   #1
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Cosplay in Italia?

Ciao!

Sono studiando nel'Italia questo autunno e voglio andare a un convention (non so si esiste una parola per la occasione dove i ragazzi se incontrano per la anime e le cose giapponese) mentre la mia studia. Ma sono degli Stati Uniti e non so si ci sono qualche regole sociale per cosplay? (Per esempio, in Giappone non è accettabile vestire in costumi nel pubblico, ma negli Stati Uniti più o meno si è.) La stessa cosa è in Italia? Anche che cartoni animati (o sta bene dice anime? XD) sono popolare? Qualsiasi consigli o suggerimenti sarebbe ottimo! Grazie!
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Unread 09-23-2012, 01:49 AM   #2
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ciao! in italia non ci sono problemi..puoi vestirti in pubblico tranquillamente!XD
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Unread 10-26-2012, 01:21 PM   #3
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If you mean wearing the costume in public during a convention, yes, it's ok in big conventions. If you're going to little conventions or in little cities it's a common thing being watched awkwardly, but normally nobody would say anything strange xD

If you mean dressing up or putting your costume on, well it's a little bit weird. Normally when arrivin' at a convention you already put the costume on. Because it's really rare to find places where you can put it on during a con. Like dressing rooms or such.

Is it also normal to go around in cosplay during the convention even if you're not partecipating to the contest. Since the places where you can shop in a con are different from the places where contest cosplayers are, it's easy to go around shopping as long as your costume is comfortable and not really big. The space between the stands is really cramped sometimes...

Well of course anime and games are really popular! Even if you choose a really unknown character and cosplay it on really big convention (like Lucca Comics and Games o Romics and such) there's ALWAYS someone who will recognise you! So don't worry! we have otaku here too!
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Unread 10-26-2012, 09:57 PM   #4
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Da noi le "convention" si chiamano generalmente "fiere" e ce ne sono molte, le più importanti sono Lucca Comics and Games e Romics =D

E sì, le fiere sono piene di cosplay. Se vuoi andare in giro per strada vestita con un cosplay, bhè, nessuno te lo vieta ma le persone ti guarderebbero in modo un po' strano ^^ in particolare se si tratta di piccoli paesi, invece se sei in una città più grande, come Roma non credo che le persone ti direbbero nulla, anche se trovi sempre lo stupido che fa commenti sgradevoli -.-
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