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About The CosBlog
Fanboys and fangirls are a special breed in the gaming
world. Armed with zealous enthusiasm they single-handedly have the ability to
make or break games, breathe life back into flailing franchises, and (if they
use their powers for evil) start flame wars across the Internet. Undying
devotion to a character, game or developer has spawned fansites, wikis, epic
works of art, and the desire to participate in the ultimate fan tribute –
cosplay. This weekly blog highlights some of the best gaming related costumes
found around the net. These fans put their blood, sweat and tears into their
work, and it shows.
Not familiar with Cosplay? Learn the basics in our introductory
Cosplayer PhoenixKasai takes on Street Fighter's Crimson Viper.
Many have tried to pull off Bayonetta’s over-the-top look, but few have succeeded to the degree of cosplayer Nebulaluben.
Successful cosplay has many components, one of the most underappreciated being a fantastic photographer.
This week French cosplayer Light steps into the colorful ensemble of Super Street Fighter IV’s Juri Han.
Cosplayer Tracy (Kiwi5Frog) braved the cold to shoot her tribute to
DCUO’s Circe, preparing the costume in less than a week to make an
Sorceress Edea is not only one of my favorite characters in
the video game realm, but one of my favorite character designs. That's why I
was excited to stumble upon Hopie Chan's fantastic rendition of Final Fantasy VIII's antagonist. Check out
her gallery below!
Rikku Grape picked Princess Zelda not only because she’s a fan of the
franchise, but also because she knew it would sharpen skills in the
Despite our best efforts, some stellar costumes slipped through the
cracks in our daily posts from the San Diego Comic Con floor.
You may remember cosplayer Nebulauben from her fantastic
Bayonetta recreation a while back.
This time, the seasoned cosplayer has returned for a tribute to Capcom's Lost
Planet, with partner Erikku-Kun by her side.