Somehow, seeing Fluttershy with words by Morrissey/The Smiths works. It does take strength to be gentle and kind.
Screen Team just released a new video, and it’s an amusing parody of Jason Derulo’s “Talk Dirty.” Instead of being inappropriate though, this spoof goes nerdy. Angie, part of Screen Team, stars as Black Cat (and she made the costume). She sneaks around a nerd’s house and steals all his loot, and the lyrics make so many geeky references that they’re hard to keep track of. They even managed to work some Dothraki in.
Watch the parody after the break.
Being the kid of a cosplayer means you get started early. Adella’s baby boy is only six months old, but he’s already dressing like a character from Dragon Ball Z. Meet Baby Trunks! Adella is of course cosplaying as Trunks’ mom Bulma. She made the dress, baby bloomers, hat, bib, and boots. They couldn’t be more adorable, and I hope they do more mother and son costumes as the boy gets older.
Above photo by Adella’s husband, remaining photos by September Sky Photography.
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Sailor Moon fans, get thee to Japan where you can shop to your heart’s content at the newly opened Girls Love Mode: Let’s Prism Power Make Up in Tokyo. This boutique features all sorts of Sailor Moon products from Honey Bunch, Secret Honey, and Riccimie Premiere Salon. Sadly, this shop is only going to be around for a limited time (April 1st to April 8th) so book that flight quickly if you want a chance at these fashions.
Photo via Isetan
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Attack On Titan cosplay by kinnikufan.
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This wonderful King Loki cosplay was made by Coregeek for his daughter, Fezhead11, who wore it to Emerald City Comicon. He says it’s about 75% screen accurate with a little of his own interpretation thrown in for good measure. The armor and helm are made mostly from thermoplastic Worbla while the staff is Pine and Worbla. The end result is a fierce looking Loki.
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We loved the woman body painted and posed to look like a parrot and now we have another awesome optical illusion with this body paint by artist Paul Roustan. There’s a woman painted and hidden within this illustration he also did of a Pandora Sphinx moth.
I could say something here about transformations and the intent behind the art, but I’ll let you make your own conclusions when you hit the jump and see how cool this is.
Tattoos, while truly a wonderful art form, can be a little tough to commit to considering they’re so very permanent and all. Temporary tattoos, on the other hand, just aren’t as cool. But TATTONOMY is looking to change that. This company specializes in geeky temporary tattoos that run for about $5 each. There are 12 different designs to choose from (I love the Konami Code tat above), and the tattoos are water resistant and last for a few days.
The company launched recently, and they’re aiming to add new designs monthly. They also want to start crowdsourcing temporary tattoo designs–which means Internet denizens can submit and vote on designs with the goal of helping out some cool charities along the way.
Check out some more tattoos after the break…
Meet Lilith Barrial. I’d say she’s a geek girl in training, but since I know she’s already got her own pull list and she can talk Teen Titans with the best of them, I’m just gonna call her a geek girl.
This weekend, Lilith was at ECCC to help her mom and dad at the Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab booth and they sent us these awesome pics.
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Update: This Raven cosplay was made by Miko Simons.