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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 Rebecca (QuarticMay) proves that cosplay doesn’t always have to be a pricey endeavor if you are crafty enough.
Cosplayer Kamui impresses with her interpretation of an Asmodian character, infused with Aion’s distinctive look.
Epi-Corner’s Epic Warrior of Light costume shows how a little can go a
long way. Primarily constructed out of craft foam in a two-month
marathon of little sleep, the final photos look like the game came to
The ER Collective, comprised of veteran cosplayer Erick and Rose, teamed
up with friend Alexander Albatross on this incredible Bioshock Infinite
tribute. Months of research and careful planning resulted in stellar
costumes with impeccable craftsmanship, easily worthy of cinema screen
Cos.n.Fx's impressive projects warrant an update to a classic quote – the family that cosplays together, stays together.
Russell Pohl’s Mr. Freeze costume is a great exercise in getting
creative with found objects while on a short deadline. Whipped up in
three days just prior to New York Comic Con, Russell got most of what he
needed from sports equipment and local craft stores.
With dozens of incarnations to choose from, Catwoman cosplay is a
convention staple. Lisa Lou put a unique twist on the classic black
catsuit, and knocked this Injustice-inspired ensemble out of the park!