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Alisa Norris talks

posted Aug 19, 2017, 9:49 PM by Vu Nguyen   [ updated Aug 19, 2017, 9:53 PM ]

SUPERGIRL #8 (Apr 2012)
DC Comics

Yesterday, Bleeding Cool featured a story about the cosplayer and adult entertainer Alisa Norris, who attended the white nationalist Charlottesville rally last week with her husband, Jonathon Norris. There seemed to be a very strong disconnect between the characters she portrayed and her relationship with fans, friends, co-workers, and the rest, and this set of beliefs. And people had started to notice.

Norris did not want to talk about the issue when I first spoke to her at the time, but after publication, she agreed to talk to Bleeding Cool. But first she wanted to put a few things straight. She told me,

“First off, it was not a “march”, it was a rally to protest the Monument removal by the racist vice mayor. I meant I was not at the torch march the night before. That video is after the permitted assembly was shut down and we had to walk back to our cars a few miles away.”


She told me she hadn’t spoken to George Perez in years, but didn’t want to cause him pain or strife, especially knowing his health issues.