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Robocop Cardboard Cosplay: I’d Make That for a Dollar

by Conner Flynn

This amazing Robocop cosplay outfit is made completely out of cardboard. And as you can see in the video below, it is easy to wear and move around in.
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The costume made an appearance at Dragon-Con and Comic-Con 2013. It was designed and built by ComicBookGirl19 along with her friend Tyson, and it’s completely awesome. It is very convincing when you see this costume out and about so you could be forgiven if you think that Detroit’s finest cop is walking down the street with you. If you needed further proof that you can do amazing things with cardboard, here it is…

Now I hope they try to make a cardboard ED-209. That I would like to see.

[via Unique Daily]




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