Cosplay

Titan Cosplay 1

Stephanie at All About Ami recently went to Anime Expo and dressed up her child Myla as the scarf-wearing soldier Mikasa from Attack on Titan. If you’re not familiar, the show is an anime taking place in the future where humanity has been rendered nearly extinct due to giant human-consuming monsters simply called Titans. The heroes attack the Titans with swords and are equipped with 3-D maneuvering wire gear attached to their legs. Mikasa is an amazing character from the show and Mila’s proportions compared to any adult Titan cosplayers at the Expo just made her that more accurate. It’s surprising that an adorable cosplay like this can come from such a violent and often terrifying series.

More photos follow the break.

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Chris Pratt has been making the press rounds for Guardians of the Galaxy (it’s out today, by the way), and when he talked with Panzer TV, he revealed that the stole his Star-Lord jacket from set. He didn’t do it for selfish reasons; he swiped the costume piece because he thought it might be valuable to a sick kid later. MTV News transcribed Pratt’s words:

“I stole the jacket and some of the wardrobe so that, if this movie comes out and does what everyone hopes it can, I can follow the example of someone — say, like, a Russell Wilson [Seattle Seahawks quarterback] — and go visit kids…

If it was a big enough movie to where it would mean something to a kid who’s sick in the hospital for Peter Quill or Star-Lord to come visit them, I’ll do that. I think that’s awesome, man. That would give me real meaning for this movie, you know?”

Insert a collective, “Awwww,” here.

Watch the interview after the break.

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sdcc cosplay

San Diego Comic-Con may be a celebration of all things geeky, but our favorite part here at Fashionably Geek is definitely the cosplay. Aggressive Comix put together this epic cosplay montage that proves cosplayers are some of the most creative and talented people around.

Keep in mind that Jules of this incredible Pulp Fiction cosplay opens the video with some very Jules (and there by NSFW) language. So you may want to use your headphones.

Check out the video after the break.

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predator cosplay

Send your cosplay pics to tips@fashionablygeek.com.

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Cosplay can happen anywhere.

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There’s Mandlorian Merc armor, and then there’s the metal armor Dresdon Acacin recently sported. The ensemble doesn’t look lightweight, but it does look impressive. Nothing can quite replicate the look of real metal. I love the way the armor’s been weathered, and I think Acacin chose fantastic props to go with the costume.

Photos by JPOC Photography.

See more photos of the costume after the break.

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Beware The BatJoker

Beware The BatJoker

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Cosplayer Julianna Maznevsky knew exactly how to make her Mystique cosplay stand out at SDCC and poke a little fun in the process.

Check out more pictures of this mutant and proud cosplay after the break.

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They Live Wonder Woman

I’ve seen zombie Wonder Woman, steampunk Wonder Woman, pin-up Wonder Woman – you get the idea. However, Comic-Con cosplayers never fail to surprise me. Dorkly turned up a photo of Wonder Woman as one of the They Live aliens, and it’s kind of fantastic.

Send your cosplay pics to tips@fashionablygeek.com.

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