Cosplayer MeganCoffey posted her Super Saiyan Vegeta cosplay and the awesome factor high. Like, way over 9000.
Photos by BriLan Imagery.
See more pictures after the break.
Cosplayer Ginny DiGuiseppi, who you may recognize from her spot on Arya Stark and Jareth cosplays, is celebrating hitting 5,000 likes on her Facebook page by debuting a brand new costume every day for a week.
She’s on Day 5 as of this posting (we have pictures of 1 – 4) and has already cosplayed Ariel, Aladdin, Jessie from Toy Story, and Kiki from Kiki’s Delivery Service. She’s given us a hint of what’s planned for the rest of the week, but we’ve been sworn to secrecy, so you’ll just have to trust me when I tell you they sound very cool.
I’m impressed by her challenge. Heck, I have a hard time deciding which regular clothes I’m going to wear every day for a week.
Check out her pictures after the break.
Marvel is giving a nod to cosplayers with a line of variant covers set to debut later this year that feature photos of 21 different cosplayers, one of which is still listed as “classified”.
“Cosplayers are taking over,” says Marvel SVP Sales & Marketing David Gabriel. “Each convention I go to, it seems like there are more and more fans dressing up like their favorite Marvel characters. These homemade, hand-crafted costumes are so elaborate, it looks like they leapt off the comic page. The Cosplay Variant initiative is our way of supporting a community that supports us.”
You may recognize a couple of cosplayers on the covers, so check them out after the break.
Etsy shop CreationsDDWorkshop hand makes these excellent alchemist bracers. The leather bracers are stamped with ancient ruin symbols and fitted with four potion vial holders and two special parchment holders.
Perfect for a steampunk alchemist cosplay, these bracers will keep your magic potions at your fingertips at all times (or maybe your energy drink of choice). Check out more images after the break.
Back in 2013 we posted and incredibly awesome Queen Of Blades StarCraft cosplay. This week South Korean cosplayer Tasha documented the entire process on her blog, from molding to fabrication and application. It looks like it involved a ton of endurance for the makeup session and photoshoot, but her insane talent (and patience) made it a huge success.
Check out the photos from her StarCraft cosplay from start to finish after the break.
Betrothed couple Kat Canipe and Alec Wells have a Back to the Future II cosplay engagement photo that’s just bitchin’. The duo started their engagement on Halloween after Alec, dressed as Michael Myers, jumped out with his proposal and the ring. Naturally she said yes. Who wouldn’t?
They captured every detail from the legendary movie poster by artist Drew Struzan, and the costumes are fantastic. And while Marty is checking the time, we all know what Doc is looking at. Bling bling!
Photo by Ricky Middlesworth
I could have sworn that this was a screenshot from Final Fantasy VII, but its actually incredible Vincent Valentine cosplay. The costume, wig, and gun prop look amazing and cosplayer Yuri Narss, aka Narcisspuppet, really has the look down.
While I’m sure there’s some photoshopping, apparently most of the effects captured by photographer Lexa One are achieved through careful lighting and outstanding make-up.
Check out the rest of the FFVII cosplay gallery after the break.