And is it just me, or is the one on the left wearing hair gel… on its face?
No, I don’t know what is up with that lady on the left, but I do wonder how one interviews a Wookie for TV. I mean, you can ask a Wookie any question you want to, and it is always going to answer: “Hhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaannnnnngggggg”… which, if you don’t know what a Wokkie sounds like, is a little like a cross between an opera singer clearing their throat and a whale song.
You need to have a pretty good costume to attract the media at Comic Con.
You have a lot of competition.
And it takes a lot to get noticed.
It is easy to get lost in the crowd… and yes, you have to do a costume prop check, to make sure none of the weapons are real.
Sometimes, all you need to get filmed… by a very expensive steady cam… is to be a cute kid in a homemade costume.
If you aren’t cute, young, or rich enough to buy top end costumes, nobody cares if you wear regular clothes.
But if you do, no amount of body piercings and tattoos is going to get you noticed.