The Ice Queen Of Luna to be more precise. We simply can’t get enough of her work.


I think this is the first Crimson Peak cosplay I’ve seen, but starting off with Lucille and Thomas Sharpe is never a bad thing (with a special appearance by Edith’s mother!). These photos from Tumblr user Octobass prove that good fashion never goes out of style. Check out more photos of these awesome costumes below. [click to continue…]


A photographer stumbled on this scene in the woods. It’s even better than capturing a shot of Bigfoot. I wonder what this secret meeting is all about?

The folks at HalloweenCostumes sent us these pics of kids wearing items from their Star Wars line and they’re ridiculously cute. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


It would be understandable to look at a character like Bastion from Overwatch, with the oddly-proportioned physique and particular angles, and think “That’s probably never going to look right as cosplay, so I shouldn’t bother.” But not Mathoz. Not only did he make a Bastion cosplay, he actually did the character justice. There are a ton of wonderful details, including the grass and the lights in the chest. It can even break down to transform into a turret which Mathoz can hide behind to operate like a puppet.

Accompanied by Dandlit Cosplay in character as D.Va, this is one awesome bit of Overwatch cosplay. Check out more photos from Gautier Bld Photography below. [click to continue…]


Cosplay by Amber Arden. Photo by York In A Box. [click to continue…]


Once again, our friend Ginny Di has captured the magic with her cosplay—this time as Sarah in her masquerade gown from Labyrinth.

Ginny made the dress jewelry from scratch (she sewed three wigs together to get that very Sarah hair style).

She shot the pictures and did the photo editing.

She cosplayed both Sarah and Jareth in one of the photos (you can see more of the Jareth cosplay here)

She may have also built the camera with her bare hands, but I don’t have confirmation on that. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


Actually, McCall’s has added two new cosplay patterns to their lineup, but we were especially taken with the beautiful kimono “Obi:Gado” version. Check out all of the details and additional pics below. [click to continue…]


Cosplayer Miss Sinister has a knack for portraying incredibly badass Star Wars characters and this Asajj Ventress is no exception. Check out more fantastic pics below. [click to continue…]

Powerpuff Girls?


Little Leafeon doesn’t know what to make of this.

The Mayor Of Townsville is well represented if I do say so myself.

(via dominique_skye)


Showa Note (the same company behind cardboard samurai armor) are releasing a set of cardboard Vegeta costumes for kids and adults. It’s the perfect middle ground between high quality Vegeta cosplay and something like this.

Apparently, the kids’ outfit will go for 3,480 yen (US$34), and the adult version will go for 3,980 yen ($39). Both will go on sale in Japan later this month, and I wouldn’t expect an international release anytime soon. So, get yourself a refrigerator box and follow the lead of the “something like this” link above. [click to continue…]