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All kinds of cool costumes turned up at WonderCon this year, but this Predator cosplay might just be our favorites of all time. Sure, the tot has no idea what’s going on, but don’t little kids exist solely for our amusement?
While at the recent 2013 New York Comic Con, Kevin Maher and Bill Scurry captured cosplaying geeks speaking words we never thought we’d hear them utter. (Thanks to Kenny, who also suggested “Star Trek, Star Wars – same diff.”)
(Lyrics NSFW) Who doesn’t love the cosplayer highlights (and assorted other gems) from Comic Con every year, especially when they’re always put together with tremendous care by the folks over at Sneaky Zebra?
We usually see photos of cosplayers hamming it up with their fake weapons and muscles, but CollegeHumor curated this series of geeks doing ordinary things at conventions. We always wondered if superheroes went to the bathroom.
Wired commissioned the Stan Winston School and Legacy Effects – the studio that designed the mechs in Pacific Rim – to make a 9’9″ tall robot costume. It’s made of aluminum and polyurethane and has a voice modulator.
Composer and pianist Sonya Belousova and her costumed musician friends take us on a journey through Westeros to play the theme song from Game of Thrones. Who knew the Mother of Dragons could play piano too?
Polygon’s short feature on Ger Tysk. Tysk immersed herself in cosplaying, from making props to dressing up and now documenting the culture. She reminds us to respect everyone’s right to self-expression.
The ultimate toy for Ghostbusters fanatics, Mattel’s Ghost Trap replica is a dead ringer for the one from the movie, and does everything that one did, except catch ghosts – or does it? (Thanks, Isaac!)