Let’s keep today’s awesome cosplay streak going a look at Emma Rubini’s outstanding monochrome Tank Girl cosplay. She looks like she just stepped out of the pages of Jamie Hewlett and Alan Martin’s iconic comic book: Follow Emma Rubini on Instagram or Facebook to check out more of her amazing cosplay creations. [via Fashionably Geek]
One cosplayer pays tribute to Jamie Hewlett's art with a black-and-white "cel-shaded" take on Tank Girl.
Should cosplayers be paid to cosplay? It’s a question we’ve tackled before, and one that just keeps coming up, most recently thanks to the massive PR meltdown experienced by Santa Fe Comic Con after ridiculing an unnamed cosplayer for asking to be brought on as a guest. More »
Cosplay photographer David Ngo snapped this picture of a great R2-D2 cosplayer at C2E2--the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo. Far from being limited to wheels, R2 is now ready to perform an invigorating can-can dance.
Last week, the Facebook account of the Santa Fe Comic Con thought it was doing the right thing by promoting local cosplay at the expense of more famous out-of-town talent. Emphasis on thought. The communications meltdown that actually took place ended up a public relations shitstorm. Read more...
Last month one of the first rounds of Oz Comic Con’s Championships of Cosplay was held in Adelaide and the winner was Lilla Bee with her March Hare costume. Since then she’s taken advantage of the gorgeous Autumn colours down in South Australia to create some incredible photos. More »
Ottawa just wrapped up a weekend of Comic Con fun, and Geeks Are Sexy and photographer Patrick-Michel Dagenais were there to record the best cosplayers! The first gallery of 40 costumes are posted, and more will be added later on Monday. (Images credit: Patrick-Michel Dagenais)
The comics legend teams with writer Tony Bedard for a DC custom comic starring a pair of cosplaying meerkats. (Really!)
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From Beat Down Boogie: Emerald City Comic Con has been one of the best kept secrets in cosplay. The costumes are amazing and the Seattle setting is gorgeous. The attendees mostly come from Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver but ECCC is beginning to get attention from beyond the Pacific North West. Show More Summary
Beat Down Boogie has created two new cosplay music videos (part one and part two) from Emerald City Comic Con 2016 in Seattle, Washington. The videos feature lots of creative people wearing their incredible costumes based on comic books, video games, movies, television shows, and more. Fans of the Beat Down Boogie crew can help […]
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Conventions and photoshoots have seen Harley cosplayers in the classic jester outfit of Dini and Timm’s design, the punk-inspired style of her Arkham video game appearances, and often alongside her comically oversized hammer. Sometimes...Show More Summary
Last month, the Emerald City Comic Con took place in Seattle, and as you’d expect, there was some very good cosplay on show. Read more...
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(Photo: Kees Peters) Inspired by artwork by NoFlutter, Rini Cosplay created this retro look for Power Girl. She wore it to the Dutch Comic Con in Utrecht last month. You can see additional photos here and here.