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Submitted by Fr0zeBud 537d ago | interview

Cosplayer of the Month KomboKitten | GES

South African Cosplay is on the rise and growing each year

We feature one of the most prominent Cosplayers "KomboKitten"

Foreword:
Gaming Entertainment Solutions in partnership with local Cosplay enthusiasts is proud to present the first of many articles in relation to the little and less well known role of Cosplay in Southern Africa.

We begin by saying that since the first appearance of a "brave" soul at the initial launch of the locally renowned Rage Expo slowly planted the seed for the ever growing industry locally in Southern Africa. The industry luckily enough has grown from strength to strength with the depiction of the individual's specific character becoming more functional and creative as the years passed gathering inspiration from our Asian and American counterparts. (Culture, Tag Invalid)

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