2 Kawaii 4 Comfort is a web series about a group of friends who decide to attend an anime con. It’s a very good show about a bad trip that just gets worse the longer you watch.
Here’s the always-incredible Alyson Tabbitha with an Attack on Titan outfit that was as simple to put together as it is impressive.
A-Kon, a convention in Texas that attracts over 30,000 fans, was held between June 8-11 at the Fort Worth Convention Centre. Here’s some of the best cosplay in attendance.
Cosplayer Kara Corvus made this Pharah costume (and rocket launcher) out of EVA Form and Worbla. It’s so good.
If you are looking for outfits for a Your Name cosplay (or ways to express Your Name fandom), look no further!
Here’s Manuel D’Andrea with some Howl’s Moving Castle cosplay, which features a very special guest: his 85 year-old grandmother dressed as Sophie.
Every June, without fail, the tropical surrounds of the Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, Ohio play host to Colossalcon, and some of the best cosplay of the year.
I will always post Persona 5 cosplay on this website.
One of the most striking things we learned about Black Panther from the teaser trailer that dropped over the weekend is just how vibrant the movie’s costumes are going to be, especially compared to the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
That’s a lot to take in there (cosplay! rap! live-action!), but this is one hell of an effort from a team of French Overwatch fans.
The Witcher 3 is still the best. Ciri is still the best. As long as those two things hold true—and they may hold true forever—then good Ciri cosplay is always welcome here. And this is some real good Ciri cosplay.
Andromeda be damned, people still seem to prefer cosplaying as the original Mass Effect characters. Garrus especially.
Wonder Woman is out this week, and all over the world cosplayers are going nuts for it. Here’s Kilory with one of the best efforts we’ve seen.
MCM London Comic Con was held in the UK over the weekend, and photographer Carlos Adama was kind enough to send us in some shots he took of the cosplayers attending the show.
I once did a cosplay photoshoot where I had to pose partially submerged in water in the middle of winter. I thought that was dedication. I was wrong — this Russian cosplayer has diced with the giant, furry jaws of death itself to get the perfect photo, shooting her Lara Croft cosplay with an actual, real life bear.