I like cosplay as much as the next guy. This Hadouken cosplay is funny, cool, and gross all at the same time. Rather than shooting a blue ball of flame from his palms, this cosplayer is using the toilet.
The Internet must be significantly quieter today, what with half the world playing Fallout 4, or at least staring at their monitors waiting for the game to be installed. But you and I can still partake in the fun, thanks to Baty Alquawen and her Vault Dweller cosplay.
If the First Order stormtrooper’s duck-faced helmet isn’t your thing, perhaps Anovos can tempt you to part with your cash in exchange for the worn down mask of the mysterious Kylo Ren. Imagine if he turned out to be Adam Sackler.
What you see here is the most spectacular Halo Needler replica that you can actually buy. This thing comes from NECA Toys and was made with help from Microsoft and 343 Studios using the actual 3D models from the game.
…though he may be too smart for the job. Celebrity dog Winston the White Corgi attacked Halloween dressed up in a slick stormtrooper costume, complete with a hilarious mask.
If he can look cute in that snouty mask I’m sure he’ll be awesome as Spider-Ham too.
Chase Borchardt didn’t have to steal a Morag orb to become famous, thanks to his talented mom Christina, who made him an awesome Rocket Raccoon costume. Oh yeah!
Christina, who documented her build on The RPF, says she started working on the costume last June, even before Guardians of the Galaxy came out.
Masazi. A woman forced to become inhuman. Okay not really, but damn she makes being a tortured cyborg look awesome. The veteran cosplayer and her friends made this kickass Raiden suit complete with moving helmet parts and those weird hoof heels.
Cory and Jeremy Newton-Smith are famous for making geeky Halloween rides for their son Cooper. After the DeLorean time machine and the Ecto-1, Cooper’s next ride is one we should all witness: the War Rig from Mad Max: Fury Road.
CP this is Delta 2! Spotted signs of kawaii, I’m going to check it out! Redditor zetarn shares this shot of a snake in idol’s clothing. It’s Venom Snake hiding in a cardboard box that he decorated with an idol girl poster.
One of the coolest movies I have seen in a very long time was Mad Max: Fury Road. The flick was action packed beginning to end and the visuals were just fantastic. As much as I love the original Mad Max film, I found Fury Road to be much, much better.
Veteran costume maker Thomas DePetrillo aka Extreme Costumes recently showed off his take on Iron Man’s Hulkbuster suit. The costume is 9’6″ tall and 6’6″ wide and has LED lights and eye lasers.
Tom said it took him about $3,000 (USD) and a total of 1,600 hours spread out over two years to make the costume.
High end prop shop Anovos is now taking discounted pre-orders for an official 1:1 replica of the First Order Stormtrooper’s helmet. The replica is made of injection-molded plastic and is based on “the digital files used in the production” of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
If you are a fan of renaissance festivals, this suit of armor will probably land you any service wench you lay eyes on at the king’s feast. This isn’t a full suit of armor, however; you don’t get whatever you call the parts for your legs and feet, or even a helmet.
Halloween will be here before you know it. They already have Halloween stuff in the stores, and the giant Halloween pop-up store in my town is already open. That means it’s time to start thinking about what you want to dress up as.
Marvel’s been casting wide nets for its variant covers. Last month it unveiled its hip-hop themed variants, then earlier this month the manga ones. The latest batch of variant covers is bound to be divisive, but still a great marketing tactic for the House of Ideas.