Nicole Wakelin


These Legend of Zelda polo shirts are business casual (technically) and come with your choice of a Hylian Shield or Hylian Emblem embroidered on a bright green shirt. If it’s too hard to pick just one, get them both and you’ll always have some gamer-style business casual ready to wear.

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Yoga pants are technically for doing yoga, but they work just as well as the perfect lounge wear for lazy weekends. There’s a blue pair with a star-spangled waistband and the Wonder Woman logo or a black pair with the Batgirl logo on the waistband. Both are a 55% cotton/40% polyester/5% spandex blend for a snug and comfy fit.

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You may have heard that NBA2K15 has fancy new face tech that’s riddled with glitches. It’s been pretty embarrassing for 2K, but I’ll give them credit for trying to make some lemonade out of those lemons.

That’s right, you can wear those glitches as masks and freak out all the kids for Halloween. Print out your own mask here.

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This brilliant Halloween costume is more terrifying than any bloodied mass murderer. It’s Darla from Finding Nemo complete with headgear and a fish in a bag.

The fish looks okay now, but by the end of Halloween, he’s definitely going to be a goner.

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This cosplay features two adorable little girls as Hawk Girl and Man-Bat. Both costumes were made by their Mom, Mindy, and are part of Wear Your Superheroes Day. It all started after little Leanna was teased for wearing a superhero shirt to school. Her big sister, Adalina, then decided to make October 1st Wear Your Superheroes Day. They even have a Facebook page which is hosting events right through Halloween.

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The newly released Star Wars Costumes: The Original Trilogy gives you a look into the Lucas Archives to see the incredible costumes that made the original trilogy come to life onscreen. It contains over 200 photographs, sketches, and behind-the-scenes photos and notes about how all those amazing costumes came together. Not only will this give you a new appreciation of just how much work went into the costumes, but it just might be the inspiration for your next cosplay.

See the video book trailer after the break.

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Heh, did we get you with that one? This puntastic creation is the work of Geek Cameos Etc. and was originally commissioned for Stan himself. It’s available in a variety of colors as a brooch, lapel pin, hair pin, necklace, or all on its own so you can use it as the foundation for your own creation.

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Space nerds, we have your slippers. These space shuttle slippers are one size fits all so you can pretend you’re the shuttle and make rocket noises as you wander around your house. They’ve also got non-slip dots on the bottom to help keep you on your feet before you’ve had your morning coffee.

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Aw, this is absolutely the cutest Mechwarrior cosplay you’ll ever see. It features Ryan and his son Geraint in a costume that, according to his wife, was planned way before the child was even born.

My husband had this costume planned for several years, long before we had a child. The inspiration was a computer game he played in high school. When we found out we were having a baby, he got to work. Ryan sketched out the rough designs probably two months before Geraint was born. With so much baby stuff coming in the mail, we had plenty of boxes for him to work with, so he just had to buy a few things to make it.

It’s designed to look like a Sunder mech and is made from a PVC framework covered with cardboard. There are also some foamboard details to complete the design.

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You may be proud of your neatly groomed facial hair, but these guys take it to crazy new levels of awesome. They were all competitors in the 2014 World Beard and Moustache Championships (sponsored by Just For Men) which were held last Saturday in Portland, Oregon. Over 300 people competed in 18 different categories that involved more than just having a ton of hair on your face.

OregonLive spoke with event organizer Phil Olsen who said they were looking for facial hair that “best enhances their overall appearance, style and personality.” If these pictures are any indicator, personalities ranged from soldiers to adventurers to Gandalf.

All Photos: Craig Mitchelldyer / Competitor: Unidentified

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