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Published Article on Charity Cosplay in Cosplay Culture magazine Dec/Jan 2019 issue

James Hannon’s article Cosplay with a Heart for Cosplay Culture magazine (Dec/Jan 2019 issue) has hit newstands! The articles focuses on charity cosplay and how cosplayers can give something back to their communities while having fun in costume – and how to get started in it. Cosplay Culture magazine can be found at Barnes and […]


Anatomy of a Cosplayer reviewed by Kirkus Reviews!

From: ANATOMY OF A COSPLAYER Tales from Behind the Mask by James Hannon KIRKUS REVIEW A cosplayer explores the phenomenon that has him portraying a galactic Stormtrooper and other characters. Comic book conventions these days feature parades of grown men and women dressed up as action heroes and other characters, proudly posing for photographs […]


James Hannon, Winner 2014 Cosplayer of the Year at

COSPLAYER OF THE YEAR! JAMES HANNON AMBER LOVE 18-DEC-2014 I sent out a single tweet declaring JAMES HANNON my favorite cosplayer of the year but that didn’t feel like enough. He’s too amazing for a single tweet! Here are some James facts that you should know: He’s the PR liaison for the 501st NER which […]


TAP Into Scotch Plains article on James Hannon, storyteller July, 2013

A Storyteller All His Own: James Hannon By BRYAN C. KURIAWA July 6, 2013 at 4:16 PM Every writer and storyteller has their own creative processes and their own manner of telling to readers and audiences, a tale to entertain and inform. Whether it is through articles in news and media publications, books for a […]


Daily Record article on Out of Our Dens opening at Hope and Dreams Film Festival Oct, 2004

Small films, big ideas By Jim Bohen, Daily Record It’s been a good year for independent films. Documentaries and low-budget productions such as “Super Size Me,” “Napoleon Dynamite” and “Open Water” have played to mainstream audiences. Zach Braff’s “Garden State” is still running at Garden State multiplexes. And even Michael Moore never expected to take […]


Star Ledger Article on RYL and Out of Our Dens – Aug 8, 2004

Rock ‘n’ roll never forgets After nearly 40 years later, a legendary N.J. garage band stages an unlikely comeback Sunday, August 08, 2004 BY JAY LUSTIG Star-Ledger Staff In 1966, a songwriter and producer named Larry Brown walked into the Indian Pizzeria on Lyons Avenue in Newark. Some teenagers were leaning against the jukebox, singing […]