Gaming on the go like you’ve never seen it before.
There are some incredibly talented cosplayers out there, but often the ones who achieve widespread recognition are recognised instead for an uncanny facial resemblance to the characters they’re cosplaying. While, ostensibly, the point of cosplay is to resemble the character as much as possible, cosplay is so much more…
That’s not a specific character. It’s a suit of armour made entirely out of Magic cards.
Impact Props is to thank for this Ace of Spades hand cannon, part of a gift from Bungie for actor Nathan Fillion, the man behind Destiny’s Cayde-6.
Solaire approaches a battle against a lightsaber the same way he approaches a battle against anyone else.
For a limited time only, a Japanese roofing company has started a new cosplayer service for customers.
Here’s the latest effort from the Portland Superheroes Coalition: a complete, life-size recreation of Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem, the house band for The Muppet Show.
Every summer for the past few years a horde of cosplayers and photographers have descended on the picturesque Polish town of Wleń in the Bóbr Valley. They’re not there for a comic con or games expo, not for any convention like you and I know it. It’s an invite-only event, just a handpicked selection of photographers…
Dragon Con, held every year in Atlanta, has been running since 1987. It’s since grown to become one of the biggest nerd—and by extension cosplay—shows on the planet.
Every year at Dragon Con, there are some Christian protesters hanging around angry that everyone is loving nerd shit instead of Jesus. And almost every year, Heimskr from Skyrim is there to join them in their preaching.
Not only is this some of the best League of Legends cosplay I’ve ever seen, it’s also one of the most professional cosplay videos I’ve ever seen.
You know how nerd stuff sometimes appears in Vanity Fair looking all gorgeous and fancy? A team of cosplayers decided to stage their own version, only this time with the characters from the new Wonder Woman movie.
The third Sri Lankan Comic Con was held on August 26-27 at the SLECC in the country’s largest city, Colombo.
Sydney’s biggest anime convention, Smash, has come again to Rosehill Gardens, bringing with it a cavalcade of bright and colourful cosplayers. With a focus on the Japanese side of things, Smash gets quite a different range of costumes to the ones you’ll regularly see at gaming expos or comic cons — though there are…
Photographer Andrew Boyle has been going to the New York Comic Con for years, and has decided to do something with the hundreds of images he’s taken of cosplayers over that time: put them in a very fancy coffee table book.