MomoCon 2017 cosplay music video

MomoCon 2017 cosplay music video
MomoCon is a geek convention for fans of anime, video games, tabletop games, comics, and animation. And during MomoCon 2017, it has amassed over 31,000 attendees and over 84,000 turnstile attendance. There were plenty of special guests including the voice actors from Overwatch, Maurice Lamarche (Pinky and the Brain) and many more. One of the biggest draws of the event is the cosplay, and Nerd Reactor was present to capture all the cool and crazy outfits. We present to you the MomoCon 2017 Cosplay Music Video!

We have brought on Angle 3 Films‘ Brandon La Sure to film and edit. The first part of the video is inspired by the opening sequence in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. The scenes featured baby Groot as he dances to Electric Light Orchestra’s “Mr. Blue Sky.” In our video, the cosplayers come out to dance and have some fun at MomoCon 2017.

It then switches gear with Deadpool cosplayers doing the Marlon Webb-style infectious dance to A-HA’s “Take On Me”.

As for the third act, we slow things down with Cartoon’s “On On” featuring Daniel Levi. There’s never enough of cosplayers and dancing, so sit back, relax, and enjoy our MomoCon 2017 Cosplay Music Video.

More About MomoCon 2017

MomoCon 2017 was held at the Georgia World Congress Center during Memorial Day Weekend starting on May 25th. Attendees got the chance to check out panels and presentations from companies like Square Enix, Blizzard, Wizards of the Coast, and Geek & Sundry.

There was also the third annual Indie Game Awards with judges from Vlambeer, Kotaku, Destructoid, IGN, Polygon, Geek & Sundry, and Take This.

eSports was also big at the event and includes Smash Bros. professional players like ZeRo, LG Abadango, NRG Nairo and Fatality. Other games included Mortal Kombat XL, Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator, Tekken Tag 2, and BlazBlue: Centralfiction. Corsair and Blue Microphone came to sponsor the Overwatch and League of Legends PC matches. In addition, winners were able to get $4,000 in prizes.

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