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We’ve featured Lindsey Stirling in the past with her violin tributes to Star Wars, Legend of Zelda, and Skyrim, but this time she’s doing something a little different. The song is called Roundtable Revival and it’s from her latest album, Shatter Me. In the video, Stirling and her violin are duking it out against some guitar-playing bandits with plenty of steampunk cowboy style.

See the video after the break.

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If you’re fan of handheld portal devices, science and droll robot humor, then you’ll definitely love this officially licensed Portal Chell romper. It’s absolutely ideal for both science experiments of a dubious nature or cosplaying. Oh! I was also just told there might be cake in the pockets. Check the pockets!

Note: Just checked. No cake. The cake is a lie.

Product Page: ($75.99)

windranger

While I’m personally partial to Russian cosplayer Ver1sa’s Lady Jaina Proudmoore cosplay, this DOTA 2 Windranger cosplay is pretty fantastic. When you add the photography by Yui Lang, it’s definitely eyecatching.

They do great work together. I hope we get to see more.

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(via Cosplay Blog)

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Tested recently took a trip to the Immortal Masks workshop in Southern California to give us a behind the scenes look at how they make stunning, freakishly lifelike creature masks.

Check out more of these amazing masks after the break along with the behind the scenes video.

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Titan Homer

The titans in Attack on Titan gross me right out. Their muscles show, their eyes are creepy – I’m not a fan. The titans get even weirder when they’re mashed up with other characters, and I don’t even know what to do with this Homer Simpson titan. Kudos to this cosplayer for combining the two franchises and owning it – I do like that he’s carrying a donut.

Photo by David Ngo.

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turtle

Now you can look like your favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle in these limited edition custom paintball jerseys. From the product page:

HK Army Hardline Jerseys feature the same technology used in our Custom Pro Hardline Jerseys. We’ve sourced the finest, light-weight, breathable materials to bring you the leading paintball jersey on the market. Each jersey is designed with high-density sublimated graphics, contoured foam impact areas, integrated protective gloves, and ventilated side panels to keep you cool.

They come in each of the four turtles and can be customized with your name and a number.

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You’re running out of time to create the perfect Halloween costume, but if you’ve got some spare cereal boxes sitting around and about four hours, then you can make this helmet. Steve Wintercroft came up with this cardboard Stormtrooper helmet along with a few other cool designs. All you need to do to get started is download a pattern from his site for around $9.

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the summer soldier

Being associated with winter can’t be fun. Most people I know don’t like the chilly season, and The Winter Soldier probably hears all of their complaints. This cosplayer decided to mix it up and become The Summer Soldier. Who’s ready to party by the pool? This guy.

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(Tor via Kristin)

sweater - gremlins

This is the perfect time of the year to stock up on “ugly” sweaters, and Mondo has a couple of new offerings to help you get ready for the holidays. They teamed up with Middle of Beyond (the makers of this striking Cthulhu sweater) to release designs based on Fargo and Gremlins. The sweaters are colorful, and since they’re made from 100% heavy knit acrylic, they’re sure to be warm – even if you’re in Minnesota and even if someone trys to get water on the Mogwai.

The sweaters are available for pre-order and will ship in December.

See the Fargo design after the break.

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