THE BEST Cosplay

Epic Anime Time

Epic Anime Time

At Toronto’s Anime North convention, Yung Lee decided to do something a little different than just capturing shots of cosplayers, going the extra mile to turn them into stars in their own Anime.

RoboCostume

RoboCostume

Yeah, yeah. Halloween is over, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still like the occasional cool costume. This amazing robot outfit took 250 hours and $1000+ in parts to build. Worth every penny.

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Halo Elite Costume

Halo Elite Costume

When we saw Peter Mander’s Halo Covenant Elite costume in progress last year, we thought it looked pretty cool, but wait til you get a load of this awesome 7-foot tall costume in its completed form.

General Grievous Cosplay

General Grievous Cosplay

Rick9635 is a die-hard Star Wars fan. Not only did he make a costume of one of the lesser-known characters – General Grievous (from Ep. III), it looks and moves just like the one in the movie.

War Machine Costume

War Machine Costume

It’s still a work in progress, but Anthony Le’s War Machine looks ready for Iron Man 2; it’s made with urethane and features a minigun and light-up eyes, arc reactor and gauntlets.

Star Wars Steampunk

Star Wars Steampunk

Outland Armour strikes back with Steampunk Star Wars, which debuted at Dragon Con 2009; top picks go to a WWI-styled Vader and an epically armored Boba Fett. (galleries: 1, 2).

WoW Prop Replicas

WoW Prop Replicas

PVP IRL with these WoW Prop Replicas, which include Horde and Alliance Flags, Tabards, and a Frostmourne Sword; would-be warriors look elsewhere: the latter is made out of latex.

Big Daddy Costume

Big Daddy Costume

We don’t normally feature costumes, but this Bioshock-inspired Big Daddy suit could easily be mistaken for the real thing: weighing 50-60 pounds, it sports an actual spinning drill.

Comic-Con 2009 Cosplay

Comic-Con 2009 Cosplay

The most important part of Comic-Con 2009 wasn’t the games, movies or even comics: it was the hordes of cosplayers; check out Maximum PC’s huge collection of 600 photos. Thanks, Jerry!

5 Lens Steampunk Goggles

5 Lens Steampunk Goggles

Get your mad scientist groove on with these custom steampunk goggles; they feature a five lens system that includes a large flip down magnifier and two smaller flip downs on either side.

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