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#28DaysofBlackCosplay Spotlight: Erik H.!

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First Name and Last Initial: Erik H.

Where are you from originally, or where do you reside currently? Originally from Baltimore, currently in Virginia.

How long have you been cosplaying? I’ve been cosplaying for 4 years now.

What characters have you cosplayed? Preston Garvey from Fallout 4 and my created Redguard character from Elder Scrolls: Ke’sihr the Red Wolf of the Sands.

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What do you do when you are not cosplaying? When I’m not cosplaying, and not working, I’m usually cooped up in the house playing video games, reading comic books, watching Netflix, martial arts, working out, and hanging with close friends.

What is the best advice you would give someone new to cosplaying?My best advice to people new to cosplaying is to not be afraid to jump right in, regardless of your level of skill. Whatever you don’t know how to do, you’ll eventually…

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About Harry C. (1221 Articles)
Founder of The Next Issue Podcast and Pop Culture Uncovered, Harry has been reading comics since he could reach a news stand. He is also a cosplayer with his current favorite role as being Bishop, of the X-men. He is a fan of Marvel, Image and DC and is really passionate about making sure that kids get the opportunity to read. This leads him to getting out to places with comics that others no longer need and putting them into the hands of kids who will treasure them. His favorite comic characters are Batman, Spider-man, and Tony Chiu.

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