It’s awesome to watch this Harley Quinn makeup come together. Check out Made U Look’s tutorial after the break with a bonus Poison Ivy version.
These sunglasses are slightly less dramatic than the other mask sunglasses we recently featured, but they’re just as awesome (not to mention a little more practical to wear).
Choose from Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn if you’re feeling mischievous or Robin and Wonder Woman when you want to be the hero.
See more pictures after the break.
Fashionably Geek readers Tesla Isley Cosplay and Atari Girl came up with a clever (and villainous) spin on Disney’s Frozen, as Atari dressed up as Harley Anna and Tesla transformed herself into Ivy Elsa.
They’re also working on a couple of songs–the appropriately titled “Let It Grow” and “Do You Want To kill The Batman?” that they plan on releasing soon. Also, if you look closely in one of the photos posted below, you’ll see that Tesla even made a meat-eating plant version of Olaf.
Photography: Viator Defessus
Check out some more pics after the break…
Poison Ivy is a popular choice for cosplayers. That said, I’ve seen wildly different takes on the character. Even though I’ve seen a steampunk version of the Batman villain, I’ve never seen anything quite like this mad scientist spin by cosplayer Rei-Doll, a.k.a. Irene. Her creative costume was inspired by art by Jennifer, and the detailed props and background make this photo series extra spectacular.
Photos and decor by Soldatov Vladimir.
More of the series after the break.
We’ve already seen a Harley Quinn 3-pack of panties this month, and now you can add The Riddler, The Joker, and Poison Ivy to your collection. Although, I don’t know if I want anything that looks like poison ivy that close to me, but you may feel differently.
It’s fun, flirty and in character and they come in sizes small – 2X.
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Artist Tom Kurzanski imagines DC Comics villainesses Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy as Derby Girls in these awesome t-shirts.
As Kurzanski himself noted about the designs:
“What better way to portray strong female characters than the world where femininity and power go hand-in-hand? Roller Derby.”
The GC Rollergirls are already looking strong with Criminal Miss Conduct and Bad Seed on the roster. I’m thinking they might win it all.
Head after the break for more images.
Argh, beware the newest pirate on the water: Poison Ivy. She’ll use seaweed and kelp to take yer ship down into the deep. Kidding aside, this is an incredibly creative take on the Poison Ivy look – the pirate touches suit the character. I’d go plundering with her.
Photo by David Ngo.
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Harley Quinn does whatever she can to please her beloved puddin’. If that means she has to rob a bank, fight Batman, or take on the entire Gotham City Police Department all on her own, she’ll do it—and she’ll make a gag out of the whole thing too. In short, Harley is one insanely fun character, and cosplayer Bethany Robinson totally gets it.
Bethany told us that Harley is one of her favorite characters to cosplay, and she passed us a few pics of her latest outfit. As you can see from the image above, Harley loves a good photobomb.
Check out Bethany’s pics after the break…
Cosplay is cool, and one of the coolest things is that no matter how often you see the same costume, it’s rarely an exact replica. Each cosplayer adds his or her own touches and modifications that make a costume unique. It may only be a difference of fabric or wig styling, but it’s there. These Black Cat and Poison Ivy costumes made and worn by La Esmeralda are great examples. They are beautifully created and photographed, which helps them stand out from the crowd.
Check out more lovely photos after the break.