Nicole Wakelin


This 3D Alien Xenomorph suit is the work of UK-based James Burton of XRobots who makes all sorts of science fiction props. This is just the latest of his incredible creations. According to 3D Printing Industry:

This isn’t Bruton’s first Alien suit, he previously constructed a suit by sculpting the parts in clay, creating plaster molds and then casting the parts in latex rubber. While he was happy with the results of his first suit he found it to be messy and time consuming to construct. Additionally the head was extremely heavy and the bodysuit was made of more liquid latex, so it was quite difficult to move around and uncomfortable.

His new Xenomorph project will be constructed in small, individual 3D printed parts that can be easily fit together. By designing his suit in pieces not only can he build it to a size specific for himself, but he can put in closures and connectors so each piece can fit together seamlessly.

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This great Ramona Flowers cosplay features Varia in a costume she designed. About the only thing she needs to make the look complete is to upgrade with this official Ramona Flowers bag. Pictures by kotojama-san.

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She might seem all cute and innocent hanging out with the dwarfs and singing with the animals, but this version of Snow White is ready to kick some Evil Queen butt. Cosplayer Amber Arden has created a fantastic mashup of Boba Fett’s Mandalorian armor with her own princess duds and she looks fantastic. Photos by Estrada Photography.

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This time-lapse video features the talents of Emily Van Tassel who transforms an ordinary man into an ape in just over three minutes. It’s 194 seconds to be precise and the result is something worthy of Planet of the Apes. It’s all the more amazing for the fact that Emily isn’t even a professional makeup artist.

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This official Ramona Flowers bag from Scott Pilgrim is set to make its debut at SDCC. It is being made available by Oni Press and will initially be sold only at the convention.

If you can’t make it, don’t worry. The bag will be for sale in their webstore once SDCC has come and gone.


This series of images comes to us from artist Sasha Mutch who has given the characters from Sailor Moon a fantasy RPG makeover. Jupiter looks particularly badass as a hammer-wielding warrior.

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Batman is celebrating his 75th birthday this year and this infographic shows just how much the Bat Symbol has changed over all those years. It even breaks it down by comic variants and those seen in the films. This look back comes just in time for “Batman Day” on July 23rd.

However, we went a step further and added a second infographic that focuses solely on Batman’s cowls. It covers all the cowl’s changes from huge pointy ears to no ears and everywhere in between.

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Now here’s how you throw an epic pool party! This fun photoshoot by The Will Box features group of League of Legends cosplayers ready to hit the beach or the pool and have some fun in the water. Can you identify everyone?

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This incredible nail art is the work of Break Rules, Not Nails who has designed the perfect nails for all you IT folks. What makes these designs really pop is that it’s not just polish, but polish combined with circuits pulled from old mobile phones.

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The three wolf moon shirt is a thing of legend, but now it’s even more legendary with the addition of Rocket Raccoon. Sure, you could say the whole meme is over and done, but Rocket Raccoon is bringing it back, baby! And he’s bringing it back with some mighty impressive firepower. What’s not to love?

Product Page ($25 Topless Robot via Fanboy)