elastigirl face fail

If you think you had a rough day at work recently, I’m pretty sure the Elastigirl in the Incredibles Super Dance Party at Disneyland has you beat. She tripped and her face came off.

Those poor kids. Traumatized for life.

Check out the video after the break.

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The cosplay was strong at the first FantasyCon in Salt Lake City, Utah and Sneaky Zebra put together a fantastic video covering it all.

Between the amazing dragon that became a set piece for a Dany cosplay, a gorgeously genderbent Mal and Jayne, an appearance by Doug Jones, the men from Lost Girl (swoooon), and the teeniest and most adorable Merida ever, you definitely need to check it out.

Nicely done, FantasyCon.

Check out the video after the break.

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You don’t have to take on the challenge of painting miniature art onto your fingernails, you can just buy pre-made ones. Etsy seller Gingerdead House offers some hand-painted press-on nails that will transform your fingers into tiny Daleks. You can put them on and wave your hands around while threatening to exterminate everyone, but it only counts if you use your best Dalek voice.

See the full set of Dalek nails after the break.

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You don’t have to travel from Disney Store to Disney Store hoping to find Anna’s coronation dress from Frozen for your kids; there’s always the option of wearing a balloon version. Professional balloon art creator Brian Getz spent four hours crafting Anna’s dress, and his friend Christina Williamson wore it to an international magician’s conference. She looks lovely, and I adore that Getz made Olaf and snowflakes to accompany the ensemble.

Send your cosplay pics to tips@fashionablygeek.com.

(via Huffington Post)

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This 3D Alien Xenomorph suit is the work of UK-based James Burton of XRobots who makes all sorts of science fiction props. This is just the latest of his incredible creations. According to 3D Printing Industry:

This isn’t Bruton’s first Alien suit, he previously constructed a suit by sculpting the parts in clay, creating plaster molds and then casting the parts in latex rubber. While he was happy with the results of his first suit he found it to be messy and time consuming to construct. Additionally the head was extremely heavy and the bodysuit was made of more liquid latex, so it was quite difficult to move around and uncomfortable.

His new Xenomorph project will be constructed in small, individual 3D printed parts that can be easily fit together. By designing his suit in pieces not only can he build it to a size specific for himself, but he can put in closures and connectors so each piece can fit together seamlessly.

See more pictures and the video after the break.

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Check out all of the hilarious comments here.

(via Cheezburger)

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Cheering on sportsball teams doesn’t appeal to me, but geek jerseys are an idea I can get behind. Her Universe and Think Geek have just released a Doctor Who raglan jersey that has the logo on the front and the number 63 on the back. That represents the first year Doctor Who aired and is definitely an occasion to commemorate.

See the front of the jersey after the break.

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This great Ramona Flowers cosplay features Varia in a costume she designed. About the only thing she needs to make the look complete is to upgrade with this official Ramona Flowers bag. Pictures by kotojama-san.

See another picture after the break.

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Comic by Gemma Correll.

(via Pleated Jeans)

apollo 11 sneakers

Walk on the streets like astronauts walked on the moon with new footwear from General Electric and JackThreads. To celebrate the 45th anniversary of the first manned lunar landing, the companies have made limited edition sneakers/moon boots that resemble the astronauts’ footwear. They’re off white and gray and feature translucent and thermoplastic soles.

The shoes go on sale this Sunday, July 20th, at JackThreads. They’ll be $196.90 per pair and will deliver in September.

Check out a couple more pics after the break.

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