Special Guests

OXR Studios

Oliver Rogue & Roux Evans


OliRoux is a tag-team cosplaying duo that specialize in making hilarious multi-fandom cosplay related YouTube videos. From anime to video games; their cosplays range from Naruto, Undertale, Overwatch, One Punch Man and many others.


With Oliver as the lead director and video editor and Roux as the official cosplay designer and AD; they combine their talents to create some awesome content for everyone to enjoy! Such as cosplay music videos, original skits and ridiculous parodies! They are best known for creating Naruto x Sasuke content and making them as gay as possible!


Their goal is to inspire others and create a more positive cosplay community, where it’s okay to step out of your comfort zone, letting yourself show your true colors and have fun doing what you love with the power of film.



J Stryker

Award winning cosplayer and OUT Con director, J Stryker will be joining the YaoiCon family to deliver his own unique brand of Bishounen. Learn a little bit more about the artist, give him a follow, and meet him in person at YaoiCon 2017!

“I grew up in the anime, comic book, video game genre. Being the youngest of three, I absorbed both my brother’s interests and became a super geek for all things fiction. I started off with the classics like: Dragon Ball Z, Sailor Moon, and Saint Seiya (also, classic Nintendo). Then, expanded to comic books. I’d save my money throughout the week so I could go and purchase comic books every Wednesday. However, around 7 years ago, when the Marvel franchise stopped becoming a secret little nerd cult and became the mainstream company it is today, I switched over to anime. Thank God! Having explored every single geek route, I had found my niche and I’m a total anime (otaku) lover. Don’t get me wrong, I still have my share of comic books and video games here in there (since it’s not something one can easily shake off) but my main fix comes from Japan. In consequence, all of my cosplays are anime inspired. I try to remain original in my costumes and never try to stick to the specific design of the character, always adding more to their “look” hoping to make them better and unique. Competitively I’m my biggest rival, always trying to better my own cosplays (which I make entirely myself; or put together) and pushing the envelope in creating showstoppers. I hope to gain some notoriety with my work and to continue making friends with similar interests.”