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The folks at Anovos are releasing another incredible costume, and this time it’s an AT-AT Driver from Star Wars. In typical Anovos fashion, it is screen-accurate and will make you look like you stepped right off the set of the film. Features include:

Helmet with finished, lined interior and adjustable helmet suspension rig, meant for even the largest heads.
Built-in environmental / air system in helmet for comfort.
Bubble lenses installed in helmet.
Chest armor and chest box, with flexible hoses.
Canisters on end of hoses feature magnetic points, thereby allowing easy attachment to the magnetic points at the helmet’s back “mohawk” for easy maintenance.
Chest box features functional LED screen, mirroring faux indicator functionality of artifacts as used on screen.
Back armor with distinctive computer-board style.
100% polyester gray jumpsuit, with pockets and zip-front.
Lower-leg harness connected to back plate.
Faux leather gloves. Left glove features greeble, as seen from original artifact.

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This simply gorgeous cosplay features Chainsaw as Morrigan from Dragon Age: Inquisition. Between the details on the costume and the stunning look of the cosplayer, this Morrigan is downright hypnotic.

Photography: Dzeta&Aiger

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This Daria cosplay captures both the look and the attitude of the character from the show. It features cosplayer adventurine808 of Dasha & Dallas Cosplay who has nailed the look perfectly, right down to the chunky black boots.

See Also: Spot on Daria and Jane cosplay

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This fantastic Mad Max-inspired cosplay was perfectly captured by photographer Crysco Photography. It features Scarlett Reign as V, Paul Heinrich Speicher as GearJammer, Kelsey Scott as Firestone, and Aileth Bran as Oona as part of an original concept called Badlands.

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This fantastic Doctor Doom with a killer assault weapon is the work of cosplayer Thomas Hasenoehrl. Sure, he doesn’t usually have a weapon like that, but if he did, he’d be even more trouble for the Fantastic Four.

See Also: More amazing cosplay

(Cosplay Boom via Kotaku)

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It can be a challenge for cosplayers to keep their carefully applied makeup looking fresh through a photoshoot, so Japanese company CosCos has created Liberta. They say that not only will it provide the perfect finish on camera, but that it won’t need to be constantly reapplied or touched-up.

See Also: More nerdy makeup

It includes foundations, powders, lip concealer, and cleansing water. They’ve even developed the line with feedback from cosplayers, so this makeup could be just the thing for your next convention…if you live in Japan that is.

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This cosplayer managed to create a beautiful costume that worked with her talents as a ballerina. Indeed, she was a ballerina Pocahontas at Stan Lee’s Comikaze 2014.

Photo by RyC – Behind The Lens.

(Uproxx via Neatorama)

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This really well done Ame-Comi Wonder Woman features IvyCosplay. The costume is great and the detail on the sword is incredible. She’s beautifully photographed by MC Illusion Photography looking ready to take on anything.

See Also: Lots more Wonder Woman cosplay

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Spider-Man and Spider-Woman cosplay is pretty common, but I don’t often come across Spider-Girl. This unknown cosplayer is dressed as Araña, a.k.a. Spider-Girl, a.k.a. Anya, and she’s made a wonderful replica of the costume from the comics. Bonus: it looks way more comfortable than wearing a full spandex suit.

Photos by David Ngo and Jah’lon Escudero.

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Cosplayer Tine Marie Riis has a large number of great costumes in her portfolio, but her Alexstrasza cosplay is my favorite. The character from World of Warcraft has a memorable costume and not just because it’s skimpy. The dark red, the cape, and the horns make an impression. Tine Marie Riis made the costume using Worbla, resin, and expanding foam among other materials – it looks like it took a long time to build!

Photos by SAKS photography.

See Also: More World Of Warcraft Cosplay

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