Cosplay

Cosplayer Alyson Tabbitha is well known around these parts for her range. That is to say, she can slip into characters as dissimilar as Lightning, Jack Sparrow and, as you can see here, a Titan from Attack on Titan. [click to continue…]

This Irish dancing-inspired spin on Captain America by Sara Cosplays amuses me to no end. It’s just so adorable and unique. Check out the entire photo from GCF Photography below. [click to continue…]

Would you believe that this Warhammer 40K Ordo Hereticus Inquisitor costume was Okkido Cosplay‘s first Worbla armor? Apparently, she’s been obsessing over its details since 2015. For example, she recently told Nerdist that one of the Inquisitor’s books is hand written (over 300 pages), and the weapons have working sounds and lights. Take a closer look at this masterpiece below. [click to continue…]

You probably recognize Maul for his top shelf Geralt cosplay, but these images from eosAndy prove that both cosplayer and photographer are fully committed to making every character as authentic as possible. For this Last of Us shoot, they traveled to the Chernobyl exclusion zone to capture the ideal apocalyptic backdrop. Check out more photos and a video below. [click to continue…]

Budget carrier Jetstar (Spidey can’t afford first class) unveiled a Spider-Man-themed plane in Japan, and they drummed up a little publicity for themselves and the upcoming Homecoming film by filling the seats with Spider-Man cosplayers. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]

Philip Odango aka Canvas Cosplay is back with another amazing transformation. Well, two actually. CC has been on an ’80s movie villain kick lately, and the result is fantastic versions of Mola Ram from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Lo-Pan from Big Trouble in Little China. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]

It seems like every week is a surprise when it comes to Knightmage cosplay. Last week it was Black Adam, this week it’s Magneto. Check out more pics from Gwen Graham below. [click to continue…]

Captain America cosplayers and collectors that won’t settle for anything less than the best will be happy to know that a super-accurate version of Captain America’s “Stealth” Shield can be had for the not-so-low price of $679.99. It’s a limited edition of 250, and is 100% screen accurate to the shield used in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. [click to continue…]

Naturally, his girlfriend didn’t want to be associated with him.

I’m not a big fan of pranks, but inviting a whole bunch of people to a party and only telling one person that costumes are required? I have to admit—that’s funny. Make that party a Christening? Legendary comedy. The costume he chose was really the icing on the cake. [click to continue…]

Who needs Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson when you have Knightmage? Like all of his cosplay, this Black Adam is spectacular. Check out more pics from Gwen Graham below. [click to continue…]