This December, the Tokyo Comic-Con kicks off. The event should be similar to its San Diego counterpart, attracting celebrity guests and hordes of cosplayers. However, at the Tokyo event, there’s a significant difference: Men cannot cosplay in women’s clothing.
This is TrevRay Cosplay, hitting the streets of New York to get some very authentic-looking shots of Spider-Man in action.
Earlier this month, New York’s finest hit the streets for some cosplay. And they did a damn fine job of it.
The opening moments of this video star Darin De Paul, the voice actor behind Overwatch’s Reinhardt. Standing in front of a giant Reinhardt cosplay outfit, screaming Reinhardt quotes into a megaphone. It’s awesome.
Shenzi is a cosplayer from France who specialises in the kind of characters who will put on some space armour (or at least some fictional armour) then go shoot the place up.
We love showcasing great cosplay, and so we’re proud to announce the debut of a new series of video shorts called Behind the Mask, starting today with a quick explainer about what cosplay is (just in case you weren’t sure or needed to explain it to someone!).
Russian cosplayer Songbird pretty much is Mara Sov, Queen of Destiny’s Awoken. That Ghost is a nice touch.
Custom motorcycle artist Clint Case made this Halloween costume for his son. It’s wonderful. Potentially grisly, depending on how many Wampas are left in the wild in the mainland United States, but wonderful nonetheless.
Be still, the hearts of Elder Scrolls fans.
Because there are fewer things more American than a man dressed as Captain America urging a disillusioned populace to go place a vote for the candidate they hate the least.
Welcome to the point where video games meet reality.
The crew at Spiral Cats are some of the best cosplayers on the planet. Especially when it comes to Overwatch.
Cosplayer Leon Chiro has a slight twist on Leon Kennedy cosplay, going for his appearance in next year’s animated Resident Evil movie, Vendetta. Though I guess that’s also very similar to how he looked in Resident Evil 6.
The mech. The mech is the cosplay here. There’s someone inside it.
Here’s Lyumos as The Witcher 3's Keira Metz, with one of the most elaborate cosplays from the game I’ve seen yet. And I’ve seen a lot.
3D company Sketchfab were at the New York Comic Con. Instead of taking photos, they were taking full-body scans of cosplayers, which is very cool if any of them ever want to be video game characters or action figures.