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Alien Xenomorph Cosplay Has One Mouth But Two Heads

by Lambert Varias

The last time we saw professional cosplayer Peter Kokis, he was wearing his Crimson Typhoon costume. He reached out to us to share his latest creation, the Brooklyn Alien. Like his other costumes, this Xenomorph suit is made from various everyday objects.

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Peter said some of the parts he used include “knife sharpeners, toilet plungers, drain mats and conduit tubing.” It took him about 16 months to gather the parts he needed and a total of 400 hours to put them together. The end result is this 120lb. recycled beast.

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Hug your browser’s face and head to Peter’s website for more pictures of the Brooklyn Alien.

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