Nicole Wakelin


These gorgeous pictures by Saraisana feature cosplayer Lenora of Lenora Genwandungen Clothing who is wearing an outfit she designed herself for a very special character:

“I´m playing this character as part of our LARP-group “Aurerijahr“. I love this role, because it is a great acting challenge for me… and I have great fun with fighting :o)

The wildelves are living hidden deep in the woods and mountains, their culture is archaic and kind of barbaric (that´s why the other elves would call them “wild” ;D). This one here is a hunter, a fighter and really dangerous. She is proud of her folk and would give her life for them.

The costume is a ritual clothing, made for ceremonies where a won battle or a successful hunt is celebrated. Then the wildelves are painting their skin with different colors, dirt or the blood of their enemies and are dancing to the sound of their battle drums. So I wear a wide skirt, which rotates while dancing and a short leather top, so that the painted skin can be seen largely.

The combination of a great costume and well-applied makeup really make her look like she’s stepped right out of the forest.

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Rene Auberjonois recently shared this rather horrifying picture on twitter so we’d have enough nightmare fuel to make it until Halloween. It shows the Star Trek actor in the process of removing the makeup that turned him into a Changeling.

He said it took about two and a half hours to turn him into Odo, and that he couldn’t wait to take the masks off at the end of the day. Still, he kept a few when the show ended. Now he’s using them to raise money for a good cause, as he’s auctioning one of the masks to support Doctors Without Borders.

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Fantastic Falcon Cosplay


This Falcon cosplay features Fashionably Geek reader Deshon (aka Cue, aka Falcon). in a costume that he created for Wizard World Comic Con this past August. He did a great job on the overall look, but the money shot is when he opens up the wings. They’re absolutely huge and they look just amazing.

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We may be used to seeing the silhouettes of Joel and the ‘Bots at the bottom of the screen while the movie plays, but now the tables have turned. This time the screen is the audience and it’s filled with all the monsters and assorted beasts that are usually subject to MST3K mocking. Who’s watching who?

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This beautiful shirt titled “Death of a Star/Birth of a Hero” is currently up for voting over on threadless. The design is the work of artist Ciro Trezzi who has managed to tell the story of the first trilogy in one incredible design and all it needs is your votes to become a reality.

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The era of the 12th Doctor is in full swing, and Etsy products like these hand-painted shoes are starting to trickle in. These sneakers are the work of GallifreyanMarket who has painted them with all sorts of 12th Doctor tidbits. The front features his coat, the sides have the gears and clock seen in the opening credits, and then the back has the best part of all—the intense Capaldi stare. The Doctor is watching your back. Or your ankles as it were.

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Hail PiDra [T-Shirt]


Hydra not your thing? Love math? Then we’ve got the supervillain group for you! Join PiDra and get this cool Hail PiDra shirt. It’s not to be confused with PieDra, which is a pretty fantastic club in it’s own right. Eat one pie and two more will take it’s place.

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You get your choice of either three different Mario hoodies or a Link hoodie complete with sword and shield on the back. Mario fans can pick the man himself, Luigi or Wario. Each even has a hood styled to look like their caps with an initial on the front. These are the perfect way to get in a little cosplay without a lot of work.

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If you’re working on anything Tron related for your next cosplay, then you’re going to love this fancy new thread made by Corning. It comes in a variety of colors, is flexible, and can be used in everything from cars to household decor to clothes. Think of the possibilities!

It’s called Fibrance and this fiber-optic thread just needs a light source like a laser pointer to let loose its glow. When it’s not doing its Tron thing, the thread is so thin that it’s basically invisible.

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That’s right. If you want these kicks then they’re going to cost a whopping $950 for no good reason at all. They’re custom designed and themed to the PS4 and look pretty cool from the front, but things go a bit wonky on the heel. There are two HDMI ports and a special cable included, but they don’t do a thing. They just look good, or weird, depending on your point of view.

Designer Jonny Barry of FreakerSneaks will only be making 10 pairs of these sneakers and you can contact him at if you’re interested in snagging a pair.

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