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There are several different ways you can make a Maleficent costume, and cosplayer ÁLI decided to go with a fan art design. Artist Claire Hummel imagined a period, historical look for the villain’s dress, and ÁLI brought the illustration to life with her costume. She made the horns from Worbla and the houppelande (the outer garment) from over ten meters of fabric. It is absolutely packed with detail.

Photos by vantranphotography.ca.

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Nightcrawler

Cosplay was everywhere at Dragon Con, and that included a ton of little kids. This one made an adorable Nightcrawler, but the best part is that he held up his hand and insisted on posing properly before I took a picture. Yeah, I melted into a puddle.

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winter soldier cosplay

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Guardians of the Galaxy is all the rage (it just crossed the threshold to become the highest grossing film of 2014 so far) and so are costumes from the movie. Fashionably Geek reader Jill decided to dress as the one and only Peter Quill, and she rocks as a gender swapped Star-Lord. She crafted the Orb from a styrofoam ball and fancied up a $20 toy version of Star-Lord’s gun.

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sith elsa cosplay

When I first wrote about this Sith Elsa cosplay by Amanda Dawn, it was still being made. It’s so nice to see it complete. What a fantastic job.

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marvin the robot cosplay

Made and cosplayed by deviantART user RebelATS.

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Need to scrub every memory of Michael Bay’s recent Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles flick out of your brain? These wonderful hoodies by Lisa Lou of Rarity’s Boutique will help you remember the turtles you know and love. She’s applied her exceptional design skills to making these cosplay sweatshirts for Donatello, Raphael, Leonardo, and Michelangelo; each design comes in different hues of green but all will be available in the classic kelly green too.

These TMNT hoodies will be available for purchase at Rarity’s Boutique on Etsy on September 1st.

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You might remember the wild-eyed and fierce Zangief from Street Fighter. Well, Kayla Rose Cosplay put a freaking awesome femme take on the character for Anime Revolution. She says she felt tough in the costume, and she looks it. She did a great job with scar makeup and the chest hair is hilarious. I wouldn’t want to be on the receiving end of one of her Spinning Piledriver moves.

Photos by Micktography.

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