We caught a glimpse of one of Okkido’s cosplays and just had to talk about it.
Okkido made an Ordo Hereticus Inquisitor from Warhammer 40k and it is simply awesome.
There is some pretty impressive detail put into this beautiful cosplay.
She used worbla for most of the costume, and then paint and waxes to give it the special shiny look.
The weapons even have electric circuits so that they light up and make sounds when used.
We’ve put a gallery of some of our favorite shots of the cosplay, that we saw, as well as some ones of the build.
You can see more of Okkido’s cosplays on her Facebook, as well as more of the Inquisitor build in her album for it.
A group of Spider-man cosplayers took over a Jetstar airplane.
Jetstar unveiled a jet with an advertisement for the upcoming movie Spider-man Homecoming.
As part of their unveiling ceremonies, the airline filled it with the cosplayers.
They held a contest for people to show off their best cosplays and then selected 40 to fly from Tokyo to Osaka, on a special flight.
The 40 Spider-men were apparently joined by a Tony Stark and a Deadpool.
And The Avengers also participated in the event.
If you haven’t yet seen Anna Faith’s Wonder Woman cosplay, you’ve been missing out.
Her cosplay is so extremely detailed that she looks like she could be in one of the costumes from the movie.
Every bit of her cosplay shows that extreme care to get each tiny detail just right.
To add to it, she did a video for Cosplays and Coffee at Orlando’s MegaCon.
In the video, she acts as if she’s Wonder Woman with her first encounters with modern things.
The video comes complete with outtakes.
Don’t forget to check out Anna’s Instagram for her other cosplay adventures.
We found a treat for you today and a fantastic way to open up our new Overwatch section to the site.
A group of French Overwatch fans got together and made a rap battle featuring characters from the game.
They also took the time to make some amazing cosplays.
For those of you who have never heard rapping in French, you’re in for an even bigger mind opener, as the video is completely in French, though there are English subtitles.
Everything about this video is quite well done.
Our only dislike is that more of the characters didn’t get to participate.
Could Groot be one of Bob Ross’ happy trees?
It looks like it from this photo.
We received the picture, from a fan, in an email saying it was taken at Wizard World Philadelphia.
That con just took place at the beginning of the month.
We don’t know if the two were actually cosplaying together or if things just came together.
Either way, it is definitely an awesome photo.
We’d love to hear from the two cosplayers the story behind it.
If you are one of them or know them, reach out to us so we can find out.
Samurai Age is one of the premier places to go for samurai armor.
Their quality has led them to be a great place for costumers and cosplayers.
The company hasn’t stopped there but has lines for dolls and bottles as well.
However, they also have a pet line.
Mostly meant for small dogs and cats, they do offer custom sizing, so even Beethoven could get a set of armor.
They even offer their hero replica line, where each set is modeled after armor from specific famous samurai, for pets.
A Russian cosplayer wanted to do a Lara Croft cosplay and up doing a lot more than that.
Captain Irachka got together with photographer Irina Pirogova, for the shoot.
Pirogova is known for using live animals in her photo shoots with people.
And by animals we don’t mean cats and dogs, we mean wolves, foxes, birds of prey, and in this case a bear named Stepan.
You can tell from the videos below the gallery that Stepan loves being involved in photo shoots.
All of Irina Pirogova’s photography is beautiful and well worth looking through.
Irachka does a lot of cosplay that is also worth checking out.
The gallery below has photos from their shoot with Stepan.