Nicole Wakelin

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This stylish Firefly bag from AijoEcoTotes is perfect for holding all kinds of stuff. It features a damask pattern with Serenity and leaves on the outside and is available in three sizes. The secret is only visible when you look on the inside of the bag where an image of Serenity has been carefully embroidered.

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No, this isn’t some sort of crazy military demonstration. It was actually part of the recent 11th annual Nipponbashi Street Festa. The streets were shut down to cars so hundreds of cosplayers, photographers and fans could gather and revel in their fandoms. The cosplay is fantastic and the scale of it all is incredible.

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This great cosplay features Kira Krueger as Tank Girl and Tia Sakura as Jet Girl. Their costumes are great and the props are fantastic. I mean, the’ve got an actual tank.

Photography by Andrew Harrison and Barry Kevin Flewitt

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This awesome Tungsten ring depicts the Battle of Hoth from The Empire Strikes Back in silhouette with all its many ships and vehicles. It’s available in a range of sizes and can also be engraved with the message of your choice.

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There is so much cosplay at conventions these days that it’s hard to see it all during the course of a weekend. Sneaky Zebra captured video of the cosplayers at the recent London Super Comic Con breaking out their best poses and has collected them all in one fantastic video.

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This lovely Legend of Zelda triforce necklace was made by etsy seller pamelahattie. It has a 1″ copper triforce pendant and an intricately laced crescent moon hanging from a 24″ chain. Plus, it’s less than $12!

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Women that have lots of shoes in their closets might be able to scale back thanks to these amazing shoes that are currently up for funding on Indiegogo.

Volvorii shoes have an e-ink display and a Bluetooth module that allow you to use your smartphone to change the pattern. There’s even fasteners on the front and the back so you can customize it even further with accessories. A pledge of $249 will secure your pair with delivery expected in December.

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These rings are the work of etsy seller bytestobits who has created TIE Advanced Fighters that you can wear as a ring.

They’re 3d printed in wax, cast in silver, hand polished, and set with a black onyx stone. The metal is sterling silver so they won’t turn your finger green, and are oxidized to bring out the details and side panels. They’re heavy; nearly an ounce of silver in each so it’ll keep its value.

He has only made six of these so far and plans to keep one for himself so act fast if you want one for yourself.

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Baymax is cute, but he doesn’t have much style. So, Scottish artist Demetria Skye dressed him up in some familiar clothes. She’s drawn him as other famous Disney characters like Aladdin, Buzz Lightyear, Donald Duck, Elsa, and more. He looks too cute for words no matter how he’s dressed.

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Fans of Frieza from Dragon Ball Z are really going to love these new shirts. There’s even an awesome tote. First off, there’s is a shirt with Frieza screaming, “You’ll pay for this you filthy insects!” available in either black or purple. The more bold alternative is a graphic t-shirt with Frieza simply screaming in rage, like he does.

Lastly, there is a shoulder tote with the same image that’s on the first shirt. It has a strap large enough to sling over your shoulders and even has an interior pouch for small stuff like your phone or wallet. All three items can be ordered now for delivery in May (if you live in Japan that is).

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