If you want to look like a Wookiee this Halloween, check out Doogie Fett’s custom-made chewie costume. It looks completely authentic on every level, except it probably doesn’t smell like a real Wookiee. And that’s a good thing.
Yep, it’s September, and if you can believe it, Halloween is just around the corner. If you’re looking for a cool costume, and don’t have a lot of time (or the talent) to put one together for yourself, you should definitely check this out.
For some reason, I don’t remember Mario looking this way. Not only have I never seen the roly-poly Italian plumber look this sexy, tall, or wearing this much eye makeup, but I’m pretty sure his overalls were never quite this form-fitting.
Halloween will be here before you know it, and Doctor Who fans are no doubt looking for something special to wear. Not that they need to use Halloween as an excuse of course. With just a bit of effort, maybe you can make your own version of this awesome Weeping Angel costume.
A woman (who hates it when her significant goes drinking or partying) must have been behind the Ultimate Party Animal Costume because aside from the great attention to detail (you get more than just a plain old printed shirt here), there’s also a drunken monkey mask included in the set.
We’ve featured our share of cool video game costumes over the years, but cosplay for pets is a little less common. That doesn’t mean that it’s can’t be just as awesome as human cosplay, like this animal costume inspired by Ōkami.
I watched Friends when it was on the air. The only episode I remember was the one where Jennifer Aniston was dressed like Princess Leia in that gold bikini. I think it’s safe to say that every geeky male fan of Star Wars has wished at some point that he could talk his girl into wearing that costume.
Just like many people, I saw Captain America recently. While it doesn’t compare to The Dark Knight, it was still fun to watch the Captain beat up some Nazis. If you enjoyed watching Steve Rogers grow from 98 lb.
Check out Jennifer Landa’s fancy Death Star dress, that comes complete with galaxy tights and a TIE Interceptor serre-tête. I’m sure all Star Wars fans are going a bit loony over this, and I have to say that it looks pretty good.
One of the things I love in Mass Effect 2 are the detailed non-human characters. The default male Shepard looks like garbage compared to the beings around him. Based on looks alone the best made character has to be Grunt, but in general they’re all detailed and unique.
This Iron Man Mark I suit was built by a Chinese guy named Wang Xiao Kang, and he built it from scratch. That’s saying a lot because this suit looks pretty darn great. Wang says that he had no prior DIY experience, but from the look of his suit, it’s pretty much on the mark when it comes to faithfulness.
Looking for an awesome outfit for cosplay, but don’t have the time (or artistic talents) to create something from scratch? Well look no further than the pages of Etsy for this most-excellent BioShock 2 Big Sister costume that’s recently turned up.
For some reason, I don’t remember Darth Vader being quite so jubilant and frothy in the Star Wars Saga, but he seems awfully gleeful that he’s gotten himself some sort of pink dinosaur so he’s clearly got reason to celebrate.
You might remember Ben Caulkins or Benny Brickster as the geek that made the Master Chief helmet out of LEGO bricks and showed it off back in November. The guy is back now and has completed the entire Master Chief armor completely out of LEGO blocks.
Star Wars movie buffs will recognize this jacket without need for any introduction or background info.
I personally only saw the Revenge of the Sith, the third episode in the Star Wars series, so seeing this fine-looking jacket motivated me to dig a little deeper into the scene where the Yavin medal made its appearance.