This is Nebulaluben—who in space-related cosplay circles also does a mean Destiny—as Mass Effect: Andromeda’s Peebee.
All of the Nier: Automota cosplay we’ve featured so far has been about 2B. So let’s mix it up a bit today and have some Eve shots instead.
Inspired by, of all things, this 2015 post about a Korean fashion store, a team of cosplayers, photographers and videographers got together last month and produced this absolutely incredible Sailor Moon fashion shoot.
This Dark Souls cosplay by Cosarmor & Props won top prize at the Emerald City Comic Con earlier this month with this Dragon Slayer Ornstein ensemble, and for good reason: it’s practically an actual suit of armour.
On Sunday, the streets of Osaka’s geek area Nipponbashi were overrun with cosplayers, photographers, and rubberneckers.
Back in 2015, we named this shot of Feinobi as Borderlands’ Handsome Jack as one of the best pieces of cosplay for the year. It’s now 2017, and he’s finally gotten around to having a proper shoot done of the outfit.
Not the prettiest cosplay I’ve ever seen, but then, that’s half the point with Ryuk.
PAX East went down in Boston over the weekend, and where there are crowds playing video games, there are cool people wearing cool costumes.
This is migrimes615 with some excellent Walking Dead cosplay, from the outfit to the hair to the distant look in his eyes that says “this drawn-out television series has run aground please send help”.
Throughout Japan, there are one hundred yen shops, which are the equivalent of dollar stores in the US. On Twitter, Japanese cosplayers are showing props and gear they’ve made with cheap items they’ve at these discount shops.
This is Charmanda with one hell of a Pharah outfit.
Cosplayer Diegator’s Gray Fox helmet build sure is impressive. In a short clip he explains all the long hours that went into the project.
This is part 1 of 2Kawaii4Confort, a short film series about five friends going on a trip to an anime con. And...shit happens.
There’s a Kickstarter currently running for an app called Shout Around, which is designed specifically for anyone attending stuff like gaming, anime and cosplay conventions.