Introduced in 1968, there a few women in comics with such a storied history of strength and determinaton as Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel. Carol is a character who works hard at building the brightest possible tomorrow and the best version of herself. Show More Summary
Learn how San Diego's trolleys undergo their cosplay transformations! Plus, an interview with DC's "Flintstones" comic creators, and more!
Beat Down Boogie has created a new cosplay music video from Colossalcon 2016 at the Kalahari Waterpark in Sandusky, Ohio. The video features lots of people wearing their creative costumes based on comic books, anime, video games, and more. Fans of the Beat Down Boogie crew can help support their future videos on Patreon. Help […]
San Diego Comic Con is coming back at the end of July and fans of all ages, shapes and sizes are looking for ways to get to this amazing convention. To get there you could fly in a plane or drive but why use these boring methods when...Show More Summary
Writer, CosPlayer & Amazon Geek Mom Sandy Roffey reviews Wonder Woman Rebirth #1! The post Comic Review: Wonder Woman Rebirth #1 appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Italian professional gamer and cosplayer, Leon Chiro, spoke to Sputnik from Moscow Comic Convention about national super heroes, cosplay and his positive outlook on life.
As readers will know from our weekly Best Cosplay Ever feature, we’re big fans of cosplay at ComicsAlliance. The comics, sci-fi, gaming, and fantasy communities have proved time and again their exceptional talents for homemade disguises...Show More Summary
A spacecraft systems engineer's very first shot at cosplay is a winner as he rocks a DIY full-body Hubble costume at Denver Comic Con.
If you're a cosplay aficionado who's been looking to create a costume from DC Comics Bombshells, that task just got a lot easier, thanks to this new line-up of sewing patterns from Simplicity.
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The new longest comic in the world measures 1,625 meters, and the cosplaying comic con crasher gets charges reduced to misdemeanor rather than felony.
The comics, sci-fi, gaming and fantasy communities’ talents for homemade disguises, craftsmanship, and sartorial superheroics were definitely on display this weekend at Wizard World Philadelphia, and we were there to check out the show, and capture some of the stellar cosplay on display. Continue reading…
Meet your personal Stormtrooper companion. Benito Garcia of Workworks SFX Studio made an amazing Baymax/Stormtrooper cosplay you should keep an eye out for if you're at O Comic Con.
Baymax + a Stormtrooper = Baymax Trooper, easily one of the cutest soldiers in the Galactic Empire. This geektastic mashup cosplay is the work of Benito Garcia of Wetworks SFX Studios. He’ll be showing debuting it at O Comic Con, which takes place in Council Bluffs, IA from July 8th - 10th, 2016. [via Fashionably Geek]
Every year, over 100,000 people attend the Comic Con in London to see their favourite actors, directors and artists in the sci-fi, fantasy and manga world, as well as buying memorabilia. But the convention is the most famous for people...Show More Summary
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.