Yeah, you heard right. There was a freaking gun retailer at a comic convention. But, it didn’t last long.
Spoilers: It’s actually a literal baby Groot, but he’s so cute you won’t even care.
It was surprising enough when your vacationing editor-in-chief discovered last Thursday that Donald Trump was also in Portland, Maine and was about to give a speech a few blocks away. It was even more surprising when the people picketing outside the rally turned out to include a guy dressed as a Captain America…
Not gonna lie—it warms my shriveled heart to see a female, hijab-wearing Captain America. But even beyond that, this is just really, truly, honestly great cosplay.
Yesterday, Frank Ippolito’s human-like Lego Minifigure costume freaked out everyone on the internet who didn’t see it in person at San Diego Comic-Con. But today the team at Tested is back with a follow-up video revealing how Frank created his freakish cosplay.
San Diego Comic-Con 2016 might be over, but cosplay is forever—and as everyone heads home and the show floor is packed up to call time on the latest SDCC, we’ve got one last gallery of the best cosplay we saw on the final day of Comic-Con 2016.
Yesterday was a huge day for Comic-Con—and that meant it was a day for even more incredible Cosplay all over the place. Here’s our favorites from what we saw walking the convention floor on day three.
Guys, it’s only day two of San Diego Comic-Con 2016, and the cosplay is already getting too real. Want more? Here’s our favorite cosplays from day two on the show floor.
He’s traveled in time and space. He’s defended Cardiff from alien threats. He’s shown up all over the worlds of Arrow and Flash. And now, John Barrowman is the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl. Folks, I am out of words to write. What else needs to be said?
Comic-Con is upon us, and it’s not just shiny new trailers and even shinier new toys we get to gawp at, but the amazing efforts of the thousands of cosplayers that descend on the con floor. Here’s some of our favorite cosplay from the first day of the show!
One of the most common questions that I get when I’m trooping in Stormtrooper armor (after “Aren’t you a little short for a stormtrooper?”) is “Are you hot under there?” Usually, the answer is yes.
If you’ve been looking to dress up as a Stormtrooper for any of the Star Wars films coming to theaters in the next couple of years, you’re in luck: Costuming company ANOVOS has opened up pre-orders for their First Order Stormtrooper, with orders expected to ship later this year.
Is there anything better than the legs on Antony the ant here? Because we submit that there is not.
So, the Rogue One trailer hit the web earlier this week, and it looks awesome. There’s all the hallmarks of the original trilogy, on a war footing, and that means plenty of Original trilogy stormtroopers.
Our favorite heroes and villains live in our imaginations, and no live-action movie or TV show can ever entirely capture the ideal image we keep in our heads. But sometimes? You see a particularly creative or brilliant piece of cosplay, and it just brings a character to life, right in front of you. This past weekend…
If you’re a stickler for details and accuracy, don’t assume that making your own cosplay props and costumes is cheaper than buying a replica. Often it can cost thousands of dollars to get it right, so Hasbro and Marvel are teaming up on a line of detailed role play accessories that will make accurate cosplay slightly…