Nerd Caliber
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Cosplay & Style

October 20, 2011

Interview with Yaya Han: New York Comic Con 2011

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We interview popular cosplayer Yaya Han about her Catwoman outfit and her involvement with Cosplay for a Cause. This took place at the New York Comic Con 2011. This interview was conducted by Shauna Leva and videotaped by Josh Pegg. Feature Picture by Vilma Rodriguez.



About the Author

E. Ortiz
E. Ortiz has been working as a freelance journalist, videographer and editor for almost ten years for many different organizations: from MoCCA to FUSE Music Television. Nowadays Mr. Ortiz is the brains behind Nerd Caliber and sometimes you can see him leading his team at conventions.




 
 

 
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