Who could forget about the transforming briefcase suit from Iron Man 2? We’ve already seen a replica of the briefcase, but Ryan Brooks takes it to the next level, building one that actually transforms into a wearable suit.
Yet another cool costume sighted at last week’s Ohayocon, this guy’s Team Fortress 2 Heavy costume is nearly perfect.
The minigun and ammo belt are spot-on, and even the expression on the dude’s face is priceless.
The Silent Hill video game series always gave me the creeps. There aren’t too many games that made me jump out of my seat at times, but those games always had me on edge. Sure there was Pyramid Head, but they also had those really creepy Bubble Head Nurses starting in Silent Hill 2.
Need a costume for your kitchen alter ego? Bethany Sew & Sew has got you covered. She takes custom orders and makes aprons for men, women and children. Here’s her current must-have creation, the Wonder Woman apron:
Browse the gallery for more of her creations.
DJs are always looking for ways to make their sets unique. I know. I was a techno DJ a few years ago, and you’re always looking for something new. How about making your own DJ helmet, just like those Daft Punk boys?
King Leonidas and his army of 300 don’t have a lot in common with Boba Fett. The Spartans were patriotic soldiers (HAA-OOH!). Boba was a bounty hunter. The Spartans refused to bow down to a (fictionalized) man who fancied himself a god and paraded around with more jewels than clothes.
I honestly can’t remember the amount of hours that I’ve spent playing Fallout 3. It’s one of those Bethesda Software games that you can play for hundreds of hours, if not more. Naturally, there are Fallout fans everywhere, and Josh Jay created this amazing looking Fallout 3 Brotherhood of Steel helmet replica as a tribute to the game.
Yes, I didn’t like TRON: Legacy all that much. However I did like the original 1982 TRON. My disdain for Legacy didn’t stop me from like this DIY hack, though. This dude made his own kinda sorta TRON suit.
I bet TRON Guy wet himself in his homemade TRON suit when he heard TRON: Legacy was heading to theaters. TIME Magazine’s website (of all places) is reporting that TRON Guy wasn’t allowed to wear his light-up TRON suit into a movie theater for a screening of the new flick.
This awesome Halo Master Chief helmet is made out of LEGO bricks. While it looks pretty awesome, I just wonder how long it will stay in one piece if it’s actually worn around.
Ben Caulkins (aka Benny Brickster) created this helmet.
After wowing us with his homemade Predator costume, Shawn Thorsson does it again, this time with great-looking Halo Master Chief costumes. Shawn wasn’t content to just make one though. He made a whole squad, which look like the Red vs Blue Master Chief costume, except in all the colors of the rainbow.
Greeting card illustrator Dan Liuzzi originally wanted to wear a giant version of his head for Halloween. Why? Who knows? Maybe he secretly thinks his head is too small, and Halloween gave him a great excuse to correct his anatomy, even for just one night.