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PRESS: Published Article in Cosplay Culture magazine

  PRESS: Published Article in Cosplay Culture magazine December 11, 2018/in News /by jameshannon James Hannon’s article Cosplay with a Heart for Cosplay Culture magazine (Dec/Jan 2019 issue) has hit newstands! The articles focuses on charity cosplay and how cosplayers can give something back to their communities while having fun in costume – and how to get started in it. Cosplay Culture magazine can be found at Barnes and Noble, ShopRite, CVS, Walmart, and crafting stores like Joanne’s Fabrics, Michael’s and AC Moore.  

PRESS: Anatomy of a Cosplayer in Courier News

Cosplay: James Hannon’s new book explores this worldwide phenomenon Alexander Lewis, Editorial Intern Published 6:00 a.m. ET Aug. 1, 2018 | Updated 12:04 p.m. ET Aug. 6, 2018 Woke up to find out that the Courier News newspaper put the official release party for Anatomy of a Cosplayer: Tales from Behind the Mask on the front page of its daily newspaper. I knew there would be an article, but I had no idea it would be on the front page, and very detailed with pictures! It is a great article by a very talented journalist by the name of Alexander Lewis, who actually came out to the party and updated the online version with pictures from the event. The entire …

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Tribute to the Wanderers – Beginning of the Ducky Boys book

Tribute to the Wanderers and Ducky Boys book Originally published Winter 2006 issue of Back in the Bronx January 1, 2011 Note: This article was written for Back in the Bronx magazine in Winter 2006. New information came in and some of the details in the story have changed in the years between this article and the publishing of Lost Boys of the Bronx: The Oral History of the Ducky Boys Gang. I chose to leave it the way it was originally published. A Bronx Tribute to “The Wanderers” By James Hannon of Lantern-Media.com A native Bronxite’s tale of how Hollywood came to the Bronx, and how the resulting movie influenced his life and began the Ducky Boy story. Published …

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PRESS: Lost Boys of the Bronx in Norwood News

    The Lost Ducky Boys Unearthed in New Book October 21, 2010 James Hannon, a Bronx boy who grew up in the area between Bedford Park and Fordham Road, kind of stumbled upon the subject of his first book, “Lost Boys of the Bronx: The Oral History of the Ducky Boys Gang.” Hannon was obsessed with “The Wanderers,” the movie about the borough’s 1960s street gangs based on the novel by Richard Price. But he was too young to attend a screening of the rated R movie when it came out in theaters in 1979 and was forced to wait until the invention of the VCR a few years later to finally watch it. The movie focused on the …

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PRESS: Out Of Our Dens at Hope & Dreams Film Festival

Daily Record article on Out of Our Dens opening at Hope and Dreams Film Festival Oct, 2004 October 1, 2004/in News /by jameshannon Out of Our Dens: The Richard and the Young Lions Story opening at the Hope and Dreams Film Festival article Small films, big ideas By Jim Bohen, Daily Record It’s been a good year for independent films. Documentaries and low-budget productions such as “Super Size Me,” “Napoleon Dynamite” and “Open Water” have played to mainstream audiences. Zach Braff’s “Garden State” is still running at Garden State multiplexes. And even Michael Moore never expected to take in more than $100 million with his polemic “Fahrenheit 9/11.” This is all good news to Christine L. Rusin, curator of the …

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