Damn! Look at the size of that hole in this Stormtroopers helmet. I think that before the shot was fired, this corpsetrooper heard a rebel utter, “You’re all clear kid, let’s blow this thing and get out of here!”
If you never saw Fritz Lang’s classic science 1927 fiction film Metropolis, you owe it to yourself to watch this early bit of cinematic history, with its view of a dystopian future, dramatic costumes, sets and cinematography.
I have to say that this little R2-D2 ballerina outfit looks pretty cute, and it’s easy to recognize the original droid. It was designed by Leeloo who works as a designer for J!NX. It looks like an awesome Halloween costume or something you could wear to cosplay adventures.
Hi, I’m Commander Lambert Shepard and this is a sweet pair of metallic spandex leggings, enhanced with the N7 armor color scheme by Etsy seller/superhero costume maker/Citadel shopkeeper Alexandra Threw (aka Peachykiki.) They won’t protect you from Reaper attacks, but it will grant you an army of oglers.
The biggest wound I ever had when I was a kid was about two inches in diameter. It hurt, it looked gross, and I probably cried buckets whenever my mom would change the dressing. But those nasty looking open wounds you see on this girl’s knees down below?
I’ve been playing countless hours of Skyrim. I’ve fought dragons, bandits, mages, bought a house and shouted at everyone, but I have yet to see a character like this female Dragonborn. Her armor rating may be a zero, but she looks like a perfect 10 in that get-up.
It’s been a long time since I played any of the Diablo games, but they are among my favorites. So when I saw this amazing Demon Hunter costume, it made my day. The costume looks great as does the girl inside of all that armor.
Looking for a way to both keep your arms warm and be prepared for when a medieval clash breaks out? Browse Etsy seller Crystal Idyll’s array of dragonhide gauntlets. By dragonhide she means anodized aluminum, BTW.
I’m actually quite surprised we haven’t seen anyone do this before, but here they are: headphone covers that will bestow upon the wearer Princess Leia’s trademark cinnamon buns. So yeah, they’re wigs for your headphones.
Leonard Carson had been toying with the idea of combining carbon fiber with stormtrooper armor for some time. He managed to convince three of his co-workers join his cause and this is the result. I have to say that these carbon troopers look quite impressive.
While making my customary bedtime lurking on Reddit, I came upon a link that pointed to an “Incredible Dark Knight Cecil (from Final Fantasy IV) custom armor.” Okay, click. Then I came upon these pictures and was thoroughly confused.
Check out this amazing Clone Trooper Halloween costume, that was made for a 10-year old by his Star Wars-loving dad Parrster. The most amazing thing is that it’s mostly made out of cardboard and papier-mâché. It definitely looks awesome.
If you still don’t have a Halloween costume, you’re probably left to the dregs of the random ill-fitting Scooby Doo and Teletubbies costumes at your local Wal-Mart. But if you and a buddy can spare your iPad 2s for the night, you could end up being the life of the party.
Redditor adriannezy wanted to “participate in Halloween at the absolute minimum level” at her workplace, so she went as a QR code. Well, not exactly. She went as a clever geek, who found a way to be seen wearing a costume without actually wearing one in real life.