Cosplay can be sexy, funny, and just plain weird. This Rocket Raccoon cosplay certainly falls into that latter category. It’s weird, but still really awesome. The costume was made by Shoko and Jérôme Cosplay.
It’s the 10th Doctor from the Minecraft universe. And TARDIS Prime. Hmmm. If TARDIS Prime is bigger on the inside then couldn’t he have all of the transformers inside of him? And is he driven by the Minecraft Doctor or is he just visiting from a parallel universe?
Want to make a Shadowrun, Deus Ex or any cyberpunk or sci-fi costume? Adaruit contributor Tully Jagoe has a great accessory that you might want to replicate. Tully made a head-mounted array of small LEDs that make his eyes – or whatever part of your face you put them over – appear to be made of light.
The project is fairly simple, though you need to be good at soldering to pull it off.
Like many parents, Redditor MoobyTheGoldenCalf must have told his son that he can be anything he wants to be. Because for the past few Halloweens, his son has requested to dress up as a variety of inanimate objects, from a traffic light to a mailbox.
Darth Maul, along with Liam Neeson, was one of the shining moments that proved that Star Wars: Episode I could have been a fantastic film. Removing one racist Jamaican character annoying alien (and keeping George Lucas away from the script) would have been great, as many of the individual elements of the movie were great.
If you are the sort who likes to wear pajamas, but not just any old PJs you pick up down at the store, check this out. ThinkGeek has a slew of jammies right out of Japan called Japanese Kigurumi Cosplay Pajamas.
ThinkGeek has just taken Star Trek: The Next Generation cosplay to warp level 12. If you have always wanted a realistic TNG starfleet uniform that you can wear to cosplay, these replicas have landed just in time for Halloween, and they are awesome.
Guardians of the Galaxy was an awesome movie and a huge summer hit. The movie and its characters really resonated with cosplayers – especially when it comes to Groot. Now you can make an awesome Groot costume for about what it costs a family of four to go see a movie.
It may not be the most beautiful or complex costume in the world, but Redditor transcoder’s War Machine suit was made with cutting edge tech. Transcoder used a RepRap i3v 3D printer and about $1,000 (USD) worth of plastic for some of the larger parts – including the guns – while the rest are papercraft.
As part of her Nisha the Lawbringer costume, cosplayer Kirameku wonderfully painted a pair of jeans to give it Borderlands’ cel-shaded look. From certain angles it looks 96.5% more two-dimensional.
You can see a couple of in-progress shots of the jeans as well as Kirameku’s other costumes on her Tumblr and Facebook page.