With Halloween only days away, you won’t be able to get this epic Sailor Moon Warrior costume from Wonderland Corsets in time for the festivities. Then again, you’ll probably want to wear this made-to-order cosplay to as many conventions as possible since you’ll be dropping $975-$1550 on it.
Sports! Eh? Yeah. You know it! Do I know it? Absolutely. Of course I do. I know all about the sports, and I am absolutely not stalling for time. I know sports, dear reader. I know it inside and out. That’s both sides of the sports, which covers essentially all of it – much in the same way that Seahawks Cornerback Richard Sherman was covered by his Gryffindor robe when he showed up to a press conference and proceeded to Harry Potter the hell out of it. [click to continue…]
Paralympian Josh Sundquist lost his leg to cancer when he was a child, but it never stopped him from doing what he wanted to do, especially when it came to sports. Still, he says he used to feel “social discomfort” due to his disability, and one of the ways he battled that was coming up with fun Halloween costumes that really, really worked with his one leg.
We’ve featured him on the blog before, so you may have seen some of his costumes in years past. He started in 2010 with the unfortunate one-legged gingerbread man from Shrek and that gave way to awesome ideas like a flamingo, the leg lamp from A Christmas Story, and even a foosball man.
This year, he’s wearing gold as Lumiere the candelabra from Beauty and the Beast. We think it’s his best costume yet. Compare for yourself with the following images of his previous costumes… [click to continue…]
It’s Halloween time and that means we have a new Glowy Zoey video (I seriously look forward to these). The first year, she went as an LED stickfigure. That got a Minnie Mouse twist the second year. Year three? Anna in a light up dress and Jeep.
But this year is the best yet.
That’s because this year Dad made her into a storm cloud named Princess Cumulous. As you’ll see in the video below, it’s ridiculously adorable. [click to continue…]
Philip Odango aka Canvas Cosplay sent us this rough preview of the Maui cosplay photoshoot he plans to premiere just before the Moana film release next month. He calls it a character he was “born to cosplay”.
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The NYCC cosplay videos are rolling in—three of which are available for you to watch below. You’ll definitely want to check out the beginning of the first video as it features Thomas DePetrillo of Extreme Costumes in a giant Overwatch Reinhardt cosplay with Reinhardt voice actor Darin De Paul contributing with a megaphone. How awesome is that? [click to continue…]
Cosplayer Kristin Killtastic sent us these pics of the Harley Quinn magic she worked on her roommate’s 8-year old daughter for Halloween.
She wanted be Harley Quinn for Halloween so I made her a costume and she rocks it better than most adults!
We have to agree—the most adorable Harley Quinn ever! Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
I just wanted to share with you a Halloween-themed cosplay photo shoot! We shot my Wednesday Addams cosplay on film, at sunset, in the cold streets of a French town, using only natural light and a candle. Analog photography is not often used in cosplay photography but we think this medium is perfect to get in the spirit of the Halloween season. The pictures are not edited in any way (except for the watermark of course), and we love the ‘vintage’ and spooky feeling of the result!
Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]