There haven’t been any cosplay conventions in over a year, which sucks! But when life gives you lemons, you can make lemonade by having a convention from the comfort of your own home. In your PJs, no less.
This is Yekaterina Lisina, a bronze medal-winning Olympian with the Russian basketball team, and now model, with what is surely the most 1:1 cosplay possible of Resident Evil’s Lady Dimitrescu.
The last time we saw Enyen dabbling in Yakuza cosplay, it was as a solitary star of the gangster saga. This time, he’s back, and just like Ichiban in Like a Dragon, he’s brought some friends.
While the majority of the year was a complete write-off, for obvious reasons, we did actually squeeze a few big cosplay shows into the early, pre-pandemic months of 2020. So rather than look back on nine months of almost nothing happening on this website, let’s look at the three months something did.
Jarod Nandin, a World of Warcraft player and cosplayer best known for his depiction of South Park’s Jenkins, has died after complications from Covid.
Look, I deeply admire the craft and ingenuity that goes into serious, elaborate cosplay, but I have a very special place in my heart for stuff like this.
Here’s cosplayer Knightmage with a very good Ghostbusters outfit he made for Halloween.
There hasn’t been much cosplay to feature here in 2020 for obvious reasons, but have you ever wondered that when people do get together for a shoot, how it all works in an age of lockdowns and social distancing?
It’s early October, which means it should be time for the New York Comic Con! Sadly, it is early October in The Year Of Bad Times, so there isn’t one in 2020. To help fill the void, both in terms of content for this cosplay website but also in our hearts, here’s a look back at some of our favourite NYCC cosplay from…
If you’ve got some time coming up, and materials/money to spare, one of the countless ways you could spend all that would be to build your own life-size replica Animal Crossing tools. Because those butterflies aren’t going to catch themselves.