Actually, McCall’s has added two new cosplay patterns to their lineup, but we were especially taken with the beautiful kimono “Obi:Gado” version. Check out all of the details and additional pics below. [click to continue…]
Cats were so smug with their Viking hats. But now your pups can know the joys of crochet cosplay thanks to AegeanDrawn. She sells all kinds of crochet masks and accessories including the awesome Captain America, Batman, and Dinosaur/Dragon versions pictured here. As you can see from the image above, I’ve managed to accidentally create a two-headed dual superhero golden. They should make a movie based on this concept immediately.
Take a closer look at the masks below. [click to continue…]
Little Leafeon doesn’t know what to make of this.
The Mayor Of Townsville is well represented if I do say so myself.
Showa Note (the same company behind cardboard samurai armor) are releasing a set of cardboard Vegeta costumes for kids and adults. It’s the perfect middle ground between high quality Vegeta cosplay and something like this.
Apparently, the kids’ outfit will go for 3,480 yen (US$34), and the adult version will go for 3,980 yen ($39). Both will go on sale in Japan later this month, and I wouldn’t expect an international release anytime soon. So, get yourself a refrigerator box and follow the lead of the “something like this” link above. [click to continue…]
Anovos makes the best Star Wars costumes money can buy, and they’ve added a First Order Stormtrooper Standard Kit to their lineup. This builder’s kit is available for pre-order now, though the shipping date (as is typical with Anovos pre-orders) waaaay off in September 2017 (on the plus side you’ll be ready for Episode VIII).
They’ve also debuted a separate rank pauldron in red/Officer, black/Sergeant, and white/Squad Leader styles which is set for a March 2017 release. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Beat Down Boogie has shared their Dragon Con 2016 video with us, which is available to watch in glorious 4K for the crispest, clearest look at all of the the amazing cosplay. Check it out below. [click to continue…]
How much do video game characters spend on their outfits? Sunglass Warehouse made a semi-serious attempt at answering this question with a selection of popular characters by basing the prices on real world replacements. For example, Navi is based on the price of a drone while Master Chief’s suit is based on a soldier research project to develop the Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit (or TALOS). You can check out the infographic below for the complete breakdown, but I say just ask a cosplayer. They’ll always find a way to find it or make it cheaper (except Donkey Kong. He’s pretty thrifty). [click to continue…]
As you might expect, it wen’t badly for the wedding party. Redditor bbcgarcia notes:
While me and my Street Fighter group were having a photoshoot at a park, a wedding party arrived to do the same. We thought they’d ask us to leave but instead this happened…