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This Awesome K-2SO Cosplay Has An iPad On Its Back For Video Feed

What you see here is another awesome K-2SO cosplay costume. Like the previous one we saw earlier this year, this one here is in fact a puppet and it is huge! Towering at an impressive 7-foot-2 (2.18 meters), just like the real-deal. It took Darren Moser, a technical analyst by day and a cosplay costume maker by night, some serious toiling, countless late nights, months of dedication and “north of $1,000 spent to get what it is today. I can’t say which is better, this or the other. They are both equally impressive and share the same principle: puppetry. Continue reading This Awesome K-2SO Cosplay Has An iPad On Its Back For Video Feed

Check Out This Awesome K-2SO ‘Cosplay’ That Is Actually A Puppet

We all know how lovable and cool K-2SO is, but however much folks love this hero of Star Wars Rogue One, it is nearly impossible to cosplay as one, unless K-2SO put on some serious stones. I mean, just look at this hands and legs. Not only are his limbs unusually long, but they are super skinny too, and no normal humans is going to be convincing in a K-2SO costume. C-3PO, on the other hand, is easier, as it has average human-size limbs; all you have to do is act a little more robot-ish and act like you are afraid of every situations. Anyways, but the super thin limbs did not stop cosplayer HarteAttack Cosplay from whipping up a K-2SO costume. Continue reading Check Out This Awesome K-2SO ‘Cosplay’ That Is Actually A Puppet

This Fully Functional Gray Fox Helmet Is Metal Solid Gear Fans’ Wet Dream

This is Diego Valdes. He is an aerospace engineer by day and an avid cosplay DIY-er by night, and what makes Diego stands from the sea of cosplayers is his Animatronic Gray Fox Helmet. Yes. That Gray Fox. The fictional character, a former agent of U.S. Special Forces-turned-mercenary, from the popular video game franchise Metal Gear Solid. Obviously, Diego’s creation wouldn’t be as impressive if it was merely a helmet. What makes it so dope is, it is a full functional animatronic helmet. Impressed by the attention to details on the original Gray Fox’e helmet, Diego took up the challenge to tweak the helmet so that it will be technically feasible to animate it. Continue reading This Fully Functional Gray Fox Helmet Is Metal Solid Gear Fans’ Wet Dream

This Is How You Create Fake Muscle For Cosplay Easily, No Gym Required

Some people are so serious about cosplay that they willingly hit the gym to buff up in order to look like a specific character, but what if you are too lazy, or don’t have the time to do so (because you are busy sewing up the costume)? Well, to that, Japanese cosplayer and Twitter user @YakiYakou will show you how to magically ‘grow’ some muscle (pretty much ‘on the fly’) with a little help from some self-adhesive invisible bra. Yep. Bra. That’s Nubra we are talking about. For the uninitiated (damn, you must be a true geek!), Nubra is invisible bra made of silicone ladies wear when they want to the strapless look when fashion pieces that expose shoulders and/or the back. Continue reading This Is How You Create Fake Muscle For Cosplay Easily, No Gym Required

Robocop Remake’s ED209 Looks Like An Awesome Cosplay/Halloween Costume

Well, if you have not caught this in 2014, it is still quite fresh three years on in 2017. What you see here is a costume (yes, costume!) of the notorious “Enforcement Droid Series” ED-209, first introduced in the Paul Verhoeven’s 1987 sci-fi action flick Robocop (Orion Pictures). This impressive mech costume was part of the props used in Ghostlight’s remake of the classic Robocop film, aptly called Our Robocop Remake. The movie, which was a crowd-sourced film project, was made in collaboration with Channel 101 community and was posted on YouTube and Vimeo more than three years ago, but it resurfaced recently – thanks to Indy Mogul’s recent feature. Continue reading Robocop Remake’s ED209 Looks Like An Awesome Cosplay/Halloween Costume

2013’s Blizzcon “Gamer Who Has No Real Life” Cosplay Is Eerily Accurate

We have seen countless numbers of pretty mind-blowing cosplay. Some of which we did managed to feature here and if we missed it, we would usually give it a pass, but there was one remarkably accurate cosplay that somehow managed to slip under our radar and had we lamenting why hadn’t we uncovered this back in 2013 when it appeared. Anyways, I guess there’s no point crying over spilled milk and so, in case you haven’t caught it, here it is, the Blizzcon 2013’s “how do you kill that which has no life” cosplay, or more appropriately “gamer who has no real life.” Continue reading 2013’s Blizzcon “Gamer Who Has No Real Life” Cosplay Is Eerily Accurate

Ohio Mum Created A Super Adorable E.T. Halloween Costume For Son

When you are younger, you dressed up in the craziest Halloween costume but now that you are all grown up and have your own kid (or kids), it is time think about junior’s getup so he or she can go trick-or-treat in style. If are really thinking about it, here’s a brilliant idea coming from Ohio-based crochet enthusiast Stephanie Pokorny. She has made an stunning E.T. costume for her son, Jack. The fact that Jack is too young to know who the heck E.T. is doesn’t stop Stephanie from freehanding the suit without a pattern or whatsoever. Continue reading Ohio Mum Created A Super Adorable E.T. Halloween Costume For Son

This Batman: Arkham Origins-inspired Cosplay Suit Has 23 Working Gadgets

I am sure most people are familiar with what cosplay is, but what you probably don’t know is, a well thought out and executed cosplay costume could land you with a recognition by the world leading international authority on cataloguing and verification of world records, Guinness World Records. Such is what happen to special creature effects expert Julian Checkley’s incredibly detailed Batman getup. What makes Julian’s Batman: Arkham Origins video game-inspired suit so unique is, it actually has 23 functioning gadgets which lands him with the world record for “most functional gadgets on a cosplay suit” (yep, it is a thing) in Guinness World Records 2017 Gamer’s Edition. Continue reading This Batman: Arkham Origins-inspired Cosplay Suit Has 23 Working Gadgets

This Resident Evil Cosplay Is Totally Grotesque But Strangely Awesome

You know how somethings are so bad, it’s good? Well, this Resident Evil cosplay based on chief scientist of Umbrella Corporation, William Birkin, after he injected himself with the G-virus, is not that, but it certainly is, so fugly, it’s freaking awesome! I know, Gai’s William Birkin Stage 1 Transformation cosplay suit is absolutely grotesque, but it is also probably the best Resident Evil cosplay ever. Gai is no stranger in creating intricate and shocking cosplay suits, having previously created Birkin Stage 2 Transformation which was also freakishly brilliant. Continue reading This Resident Evil Cosplay Is Totally Grotesque But Strangely Awesome

DIY Iron Man Mk.39 Starbooster Cosplay Suit Has “Functional” Hand Thrusters

Post-2008 most cosplayed comic character is probably Iron Man and so far, most of them are impressive in their own right. But this one here, the Iron Man Mk.39 Starbooster Cosplay Suit by YouTuber Ehv Props & Dutch Props, stood out not only in the detail department but also functionality, well, sort of. Sort of because we all know that outfitting this rather underrated suit, or any other Iron Man suit for that matter, with the functions depicted in movies and comics is not possible and it most certainly can’t take to the sky, but at least it has ‘functional’ hand and jetpack thrusters to mimic the effect which makes it more ‘accurate’. Continue reading DIY Iron Man Mk.39 Starbooster Cosplay Suit Has “Functional” Hand Thrusters