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These musical amigos pulled off a very melodic cosplay impression of the Barbershop Quartet from Bioshock Infinite at PAX East 2014. Not one flat note. Not one!

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Pacific Rim was released last July, and Jaeger costumes are starting to become more common. The giant mechs obviously take time to assemble, so I predict we’ll see more of them this convention season since people have had months to perfect the costumes. If they look half as good as Nona Neon Cosplay’s Gipsy Danger costume, we’re in for a treat.

She did an incredible job with crafting the armor and painting and aging it to match the film. It looks like she’s been fighting Kaiju for years. From the helmet to the chain sword she crafted from wood and foam – I’m impressed.

See more pics of the costume and the chain sword she made after the break.

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The movie doesn’t arrive in theaters until August 1st but you can already get your hands on a replica of the jacket worn by actor Chris Pratt in his role as Star Lord. It’s a screen accurate replica made of red leather with a viscose lining, embossed accents, two inside pockets and an erect collar. It’ll look perfect when you line up for that midnight showing.

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Above all else, Firefly’s Jayne Cobb is one tough son of a gun. He has a soft spot when it comes to his mom, but otherwise, he’s all hard edges. We’ve seen Lutetium’s impressive femme take on Jayne’s outfit before, but now she’s added in some thrilling heroics. She wore the ensemble while using aerial silks, and it’s kinda perfect. It takes a lot of strength to support yourself on the silks, and Jayne is not a wimp.

She even poses with a chain which is hilarious because of Jayne’s “You know what the chain of command is?” quote.

Photos by What a Big Camera.

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When Pikachu takes a stand, he doesn’t kid around. This Pokémon meets Warhammer 40K cosplayer was spotted at Supanova in Melbourne by Instagram user furbeach. There’s so much to appreciate about this ensemble. I love the Poké Ball shoulder piece, the ears on the helmet, and the lightning bolt on the belt piece. Even his staff is awesome!

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This is probably, no, definitely, the most amazing Khal Drogo and Daenerys cosplay you will ever see. We’ve featured cosplayer René Koiter once before in the role of Khal Drogo, but now he’s joined by Rebecca Watts and photographed by Kenneth Pfeifer, Patrick Eger, and Alexa Pilato in Laguna Beach, California.

A photo shoot this amazing takes a lot of people to pull off and a team of professionals all volunteered their time to make it a reality. The finished product is so good, they look like they could have stepped right off the set.

Drogo: Costume by Nora Holley and Jessica Dru Johnson, Physical Conditioning by East Coast West Coast.

Makeup: Steven Dwyer, Marishka Bekeshka

Hair: Celeste Aviva Nelson

Set Coordination: Nora Holley

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Attack on Titan is super popular these days. Case in point: Cosplayer Megan Coffey – starbuxx showed off her love for the show (and manga series) during one of her latest cosplay shoots at Tate’s Comics in Florida. Photographer Chasis Photos knocked it out of the ballpark with these awesome pics.

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I wasn’t going to do it. I tried to think of anything else I could say in regard to this llama dressed up as Batman and being led around by Catwoman, but I couldn’t think of anything else, so I gotta do it…


Have a great Saturday and I expect more pictures of animals dressed as superheroes in my inbox by Monday.

(Indianapolis Star via io9)