In this Charlie Brown/Star Trek mash-up, poor Kirk doesn’t stand a chance. No matter how hard he tries, he’s never gonna get that Genesis Device from Khan.
This is Angela, she’s 15 and she may be one of my fave cosplaying discoveries ever.
Her Merida is not only gorgeous, but I love her take on the Merida makeover madness:
One of my major Merida cosplay pet peeves is people using broadcloth or very lightweight, swishy fabrics for Merida’s dress. Or even worse, materials with a sheen and glitter! We are supposed to be in 10th century Scotland, and a horse-riding-archery-master-tom-boy-all-around-awesome-strong-female-character, we would not put up with that sh*t.
I want to meet this girl!
More pics after the break.
Thundercats costumes are either awesome or meh – there doesn’t seem to be a middle ground. Cosplayer Constantine in Tokyo‘s version is on the fantastic end of the scale. The spot on makeup and hair makes a huge difference.
Above image is by Jonathon D. Courtot.
See more photos after the break.
Remember playing games on a Vader? Me neither, but I bet it would have been awesome. Grab this shirt on sale for $12 today only!
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Your fingers are lacking something: sloths! Etsy seller Curious Burrow will solve that problem by handcrafting you a itsy bitsy precious sloth ring. It only takes 2-3 weeks. You can choose the color of its fur and the tone of the ring. Order several so you can wear a entire furry family on your hands!
Check out a few more adorable pictures after the break.
Who are you going to choose to be when you play Street Fighter II? These leggings will save you the trouble of picking – they feature tons of characters from the brawling video game. Wear them all! The officially licensed design includes Ken, Ry, Guile, and more in fancy vivid colors.
Check out another angle after the break.