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Sloth Wars [T-Shirt]

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Wookiees may be fierce creatures, but everyone can use a little backup. That’s when you need your sloth army, waiting in the trees, bowcasters at the ready. Just give them plenty of time to crawl into a good position.

Product Page ($12 via shirtoid)

mando in hawaii

This Mandalorian cosplay by plasticcraq would be fantastic all on its own, but it being shot in Hawaii just ups the awesome level in a big way.

When you add the the photography by Photocyclone, it’s seriously kickass.

Head after the break to see more pictures.

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You’re running out of time to create the perfect Halloween costume, but if you’ve got some spare cereal boxes sitting around and about four hours, then you can make this helmet. Steve Wintercroft came up with this cardboard Stormtrooper helmet along with a few other cool designs. All you need to do to get started is download a pattern from his site for around $9.

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nycc 2014

Another New York Comic Con is in the books and, among the over 151,000 attendees (Wow!), a lot of really good cosplay was on display. Stuff like this Ronan and Nebula and this Han and Chewie.

There’s a lot more of course, and this video by Close Quarters Cosplay will get you caught up if you weren’t able to attend.

You can check it out after the break.

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This wicked looking femme Darth Maul features cosplayer Kayla Rose Cosplay in pictures captured by Micktography. Kayla is a huge Darth Maul fan and created every aspect of this costume from the outfit she designed and sewed to the bald cap and makeup. The fact that she had no prior makeup experience makes this even more impressive.

See more pictures after the break.

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Han Falcon costume

You never know when you’re going to have to escape from the Empire, and this Han Solo cosplayer at New York Comic Con is ready to run at the first sign of trouble. He designed his outfit so that he has the Millennium Falcon and Chewbacca by his side at all times. Talk about being prepared!

Send your cosplay pics to tips@fashionablygeek.com.

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You’ll be sure to be treated right when you’re on your Endor vacation if you sport this adorable shirt. It’s covered in little Ewoks in an allover print that’s dye sublimated for a vibrant color that won’t fade. These are available in kids and adult sizes so your whole family can match in Ewok cuteness.

Product Page ($19.99 Geekymerch via Boing Boing)

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These are most definitely the droids you’ll be looking for on your wedding day. They were designed by Juan Hidalgo who specializes in making custom jewelry for any occasion. This particular set is made to resemble C-3PO And R2-D2. They may not always get along, but somehow they stay together, just like a lot of married couples.

Product Page (Pricing Varies via Cheezburger)

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This fantastic Star Wars cosplay is further proof that you don’t need a gigantic budget to create really fun cosplay. It was all part of the 2014 Global Cardboard Challenge inspired by Caine’s Arcade. The annual event challenges kids to come up with something built from cardboard and recycled materials.

These kids made an X-Wing and a TIE Fighter, complete with a paper-plate adorned helmet and an R2 unit in the back. I’m thinking these would be perfect for Halloween this year.

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blame betty star wars bags

The store is called Blame Betty and, now that I’ve visited, I can see why — because I’m going to need to Blame Betty for sucking all the money out of my bank account with these seriously kick ass Star Wars bags and wallets.

In all seriousness, I was reduced to grabby hands and whimpering noises when I saw them.

Both the bags and the wallets come in a vintage tattoo Star Wars design or a sugar skull Darth Vader design. They’re estimated to arrive in November, but they’re available for pre-order now.

Product Page: $35 (wallets)/ $75 (bags)