Meet Steve Parker. I mean Peter Rogers. Maybe Peter Parker Rogers. Anyway, this is what you get when Captain America and Spider-Man are merged as one. It is an entirely new and epic character/costume. I have to say it looks pretty sweet.
UD Replicas has stepped their game up. Known for releasing pop culture-themed motorcycle suits and jackets, the company has teamed up with Warner Bros. to release a suit based on Bruce Wayne’s costume in the upcoming game Batman: Arkham Knight.
While at the 2014 HeroesCon, Shawn Scott Smith took these images of a cosplayer dressed up as Prince Robot IV from the excellent comic book series Saga. Prince Robot IV’s elegant yet dorky appearance has made him popular among cosplayers, but this is the first version I’ve seen that has a working TV as its head.
If you are really into Game of Thrones on HBO or the books, you will be interested in this new outfit at ThinkGeek. One of the main characters in the series is Jon Snow, and one of his most notable accessories is his cape of awesomeness.
Professional cosplayer Peter Kokis recently pointed us to his latest costume. He calls it the B-Exo Soldier, inspired by the armed exoskeleton worn by the characters of Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt and the other soldiers in the fun sci-fi action movie Edge of Tomorrow.
This is your last warning, Attack on Titan newbies. Drabblemeister’s ball gown is a very clever costume, but if you haven’t seen the first episode of the anime or read the second issue of the manga, go elsewhere.
28-year-old street performer Joslyn Paige is giving kids in Ann Arbor, MI an amazing show thanks to his homemade Transformer costume. This autobot really transforms from a robot to a car. And while we’ve seen similar costumes before, this one actually drives!
Check out Batman’s new threads. Director Zach Snyder had said that his Batman in the upcoming Superman Vs. Batman would be based on Frank Miller’s classic The Dark Knight and this costume certainly looks Miller inspired.
If you’ve never played Octodad or its sequel Dadliest Catch,you owe it to yourself to try this quirky game in which you play an anthropomorphic octopus who’s attempting to live his life as a normal human being.
This video comes from Tested.com. It documents the production of a life-like animatronic Zoidberg costume from effects artist Frank Ippolito. It looks pretty stunning to see Zoidberg come to life like this. It is also kind of creepy, which in this case is a compliment.
This Iron Man suit replica was made by two Tony Starks. Greg Hatter built the suit itself, then he asked his friend Jerome Kelty to make some of its parts move. In his very detailed Instructables and Hack A Day posts, Jerome shares how he pulled off the complicated hacks.
Here’s cosplayer Nona Neon with her badass Gipsy Danger costume. As you can see Nona adapted the hunky form of Pacific Rim’s lead mecha to suit her body. She made the suit out of EVA foam plus various household objects, including a strainer for the chest piece.
We’ve featured awesome papercraft Iron Man and War Machine figurines before, but Kai-Xiang Xhong’s creation easily eclipses those two. The 20-year-old papercraft enthusiast made a life-size, wearable and wonderfully made Iron Man suit using nothing but cardboard.