One of the best things to come out of DragonCon weekend.
The guys at Distractotron just started an interesting new documentary web series giving insight into why people Cosplay and what they get out of it. The first episode features Honor Herrera, a cosplayer we’ve featured a time or two on [GAS] in the past. [Distractotron]
Today, we got some new pics from our photographer Bill Watters, and we filled in with a few other creative commons-licensed picture from flickr users Leepus and DeadSetDork. Thanks for the pics guys! We should get some other pictures in the coming week as well, so expect one last gallery in the next few days. [...]
Now you can finally know what it’s like to “walk in the footsteps” of a zombie, with these zombie feet sandals! Available for under $15 on Amazon! [Via Zombies]
Edit: Hey people from the Philip DeFranco Show! Welcome! To keep up with us, be sure to LIKE us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, and Subscribe to our RSS feed! Enjoy the galleries! Yesterday was day 3 at Dragon Con 2012, but unfortunately, we haven’t received any pictures from our photographer for that day. [...]
You’ve already seen the pictures from day one (and if you haven’t, they’re here! (Click!)) and thanks to our photographer Bill Watters, we now have another batch of pictures for day two! Edit: Please note that you can find our pictures from Day 1 right here, Day 3 here, and Day 4 here.
Yes geeks, it’s that time of the year again! As usual, Dragon*Con is taking place during Labor Day weekend (August 31 – September 3, 2012), and as with last year (Be sure to check them out here!), we’ve got some pictures of various cosplayers attending the event. Many thanks to photographer Bill Watters for covering [...]
Model and costume artist: thecrystalshoe. Photography: Sevi Yummy. Inspired by a drawing from NoFlutter. [Thecrystalshoe @ Deviantart.com]
Bender-D2 Spotted at Celebration VI by our pals @ Fashionably Geek. [FG]
Lady Robin (Stephanie Brown), cosplayed by Aigue-Marine, photographed by Ali Jehad. [Aigue-Marine | Ali Jehad]
Amanda Hemmons – a.k.a. “Robinade” – drew up these ideas for current fashions modeled after popular video game characters. Her sketches actually came to life last weekend at Geek Girl Con! View the original sketches, courtesy of Big Fish Games! [Via The Mary Sue]
This epic photo was taken by photographer Darrell Ardita of BGZ Studios. Could totally pass as promo art for Assassin’s Creed Revelation. Also, you’d never guess it, but the mastermind behind this costume (and modeling it) is Atlanta-based prop and costume maker Fev! And yes folks, that’s a she!