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onawingandaswear:

Hello all, so this is my dad, and he’s planning on cosplaying as Rescue Captain America at San Diego Comic-Con this year.
Here’s the problem: He’s 53 and he thinks he might be too old to cosplay. In addition, he thinks he’s not buff/handsome enough to pull it off a Captain America costume. So even though he’s put a ton of work into his cosplay, he’s thinking about not taking any of it with us.
I’ve set out to prove him wrong, so tumblr, please help me show this retired Air Force officer that he makes a great Captain America!

Just saw this post and wanted to highlight it and say, that there is no such thing as “too old” or “too young” when we’re talking about cosplay. Here’s one of the most recent examples of this fact. :)
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cosplayblog:

onawingandaswear:

Hello all, so this is my dad, and he’s planning on cosplaying as Rescue Captain America at San Diego Comic-Con this year.
Here’s the problem: He’s 53 and he thinks he might be too old to cosplay. In addition, he thinks he’s not buff/handsome enough to pull it off a Captain America costume. So even though he’s put a ton of work into his cosplay, he’s thinking about not taking any of it with us.
I’ve set out to prove him wrong, so tumblr, please help me show this retired Air Force officer that he makes a great Captain America!

Just saw this post and wanted to highlight it and say, that there is no such thing as “too old” or “too young” when we’re talking about cosplay. Here’s one of the most recent examples of this fact. :)
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cosplayblog:

onawingandaswear:

Hello all, so this is my dad, and he’s planning on cosplaying as Rescue Captain America at San Diego Comic-Con this year.
Here’s the problem: He’s 53 and he thinks he might be too old to cosplay. In addition, he thinks he’s not buff/handsome enough to pull it off a Captain America costume. So even though he’s put a ton of work into his cosplay, he’s thinking about not taking any of it with us.
I’ve set out to prove him wrong, so tumblr, please help me show this retired Air Force officer that he makes a great Captain America!

Just saw this post and wanted to highlight it and say, that there is no such thing as “too old” or “too young” when we’re talking about cosplay. Here’s one of the most recent examples of this fact. :)
Zoom Info
cosplayblog:

onawingandaswear:

Hello all, so this is my dad, and he’s planning on cosplaying as Rescue Captain America at San Diego Comic-Con this year.
Here’s the problem: He’s 53 and he thinks he might be too old to cosplay. In addition, he thinks he’s not buff/handsome enough to pull it off a Captain America costume. So even though he’s put a ton of work into his cosplay, he’s thinking about not taking any of it with us.
I’ve set out to prove him wrong, so tumblr, please help me show this retired Air Force officer that he makes a great Captain America!

Just saw this post and wanted to highlight it and say, that there is no such thing as “too old” or “too young” when we’re talking about cosplay. Here’s one of the most recent examples of this fact. :)
Zoom Info
cosplayblog:

onawingandaswear:

Hello all, so this is my dad, and he’s planning on cosplaying as Rescue Captain America at San Diego Comic-Con this year.
Here’s the problem: He’s 53 and he thinks he might be too old to cosplay. In addition, he thinks he’s not buff/handsome enough to pull it off a Captain America costume. So even though he’s put a ton of work into his cosplay, he’s thinking about not taking any of it with us.
I’ve set out to prove him wrong, so tumblr, please help me show this retired Air Force officer that he makes a great Captain America!

Just saw this post and wanted to highlight it and say, that there is no such thing as “too old” or “too young” when we’re talking about cosplay. Here’s one of the most recent examples of this fact. :)
Zoom Info
cosplayblog:

onawingandaswear:

Hello all, so this is my dad, and he’s planning on cosplaying as Rescue Captain America at San Diego Comic-Con this year.
Here’s the problem: He’s 53 and he thinks he might be too old to cosplay. In addition, he thinks he’s not buff/handsome enough to pull it off a Captain America costume. So even though he’s put a ton of work into his cosplay, he’s thinking about not taking any of it with us.
I’ve set out to prove him wrong, so tumblr, please help me show this retired Air Force officer that he makes a great Captain America!

Just saw this post and wanted to highlight it and say, that there is no such thing as “too old” or “too young” when we’re talking about cosplay. Here’s one of the most recent examples of this fact. :)
Zoom Info
cosplayblog:

onawingandaswear:

Hello all, so this is my dad, and he’s planning on cosplaying as Rescue Captain America at San Diego Comic-Con this year.
Here’s the problem: He’s 53 and he thinks he might be too old to cosplay. In addition, he thinks he’s not buff/handsome enough to pull it off a Captain America costume. So even though he’s put a ton of work into his cosplay, he’s thinking about not taking any of it with us.
I’ve set out to prove him wrong, so tumblr, please help me show this retired Air Force officer that he makes a great Captain America!

Just saw this post and wanted to highlight it and say, that there is no such thing as “too old” or “too young” when we’re talking about cosplay. Here’s one of the most recent examples of this fact. :)
Zoom Info
cosplayblog:

onawingandaswear:

Hello all, so this is my dad, and he’s planning on cosplaying as Rescue Captain America at San Diego Comic-Con this year.
Here’s the problem: He’s 53 and he thinks he might be too old to cosplay. In addition, he thinks he’s not buff/handsome enough to pull it off a Captain America costume. So even though he’s put a ton of work into his cosplay, he’s thinking about not taking any of it with us.
I’ve set out to prove him wrong, so tumblr, please help me show this retired Air Force officer that he makes a great Captain America!

Just saw this post and wanted to highlight it and say, that there is no such thing as “too old” or “too young” when we’re talking about cosplay. Here’s one of the most recent examples of this fact. :)
Zoom Info

cosplayblog:

onawingandaswear:

Hello all, so this is my dad, and he’s planning on cosplaying as Rescue Captain America at San Diego Comic-Con this year.

Here’s the problem: He’s 53 and he thinks he might be too old to cosplay. In addition, he thinks he’s not buff/handsome enough to pull it off a Captain America costume. So even though he’s put a ton of work into his cosplay, he’s thinking about not taking any of it with us.

I’ve set out to prove him wrong, so tumblr, please help me show this retired Air Force officer that he makes a great Captain America!

Just saw this post and wanted to highlight it and say, that there is no such thing as “too old” or “too young” when we’re talking about cosplay. Here’s one of the most recent examples of this fact. :)

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