What makes this even better is that the video series started in 2014 and only wrapped up today.
Protoss veteran MC proved once again he’s not just a good player, but one of the most entertaining figures of the StarCraft community.
This isn’t the first time I’ve seen cosplayers make this joke, but it’s definitely the best.
Here's a kind of mind-boggling comparison. Ever notice how similar Mewtwo from Pokémon is to Elsa from Frozen?
Combine Lego and Frozen and you have a recipe for one of the most sought after toys this Christmas. The problem is that Elsa's Sparkling Ice Castle (41062) isn't slated for release by Lego until January 1st of 2015. Fortunately, if you know how to look and where to look, you might just find this set buried in the…
Like anyone else in the teeming metropolis, Olaf spent the other night taking trains, meeting friends, and getting something to eat. What else do you expect him to do? Build a freakin' snowman?
Kidding, because there is understandably Frozen cosplay everywhere. But there have been few better Annas than Amouranth's.
Japan being Japan, they're getting another fancy new custom PS4 console before anyone else. Only this time, it's not related to a game. It's for a movie. You may have heard of it.
Japanese Twitter user Urihcim really wanted to turn into Anna from Frozen. She gave it her best shot, and this is the result. The freaky result, that is.
Even beloved Frozen can lend itself to the Call of Duty montage style, provided few key changes—namely, adding dubsteb, obnoxious cuts, horns, and silly text.
Artist Yoko imagined what Frozen would have looked like if Tim Burton directed it by re-drawing the characters in a style that Tim Burton would approve of. You know, the huge giant eyes, stick skinny bodies and oversized heads. It works pretty well!
Photographer William Phan was at the Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo to snap this battle of the ice masters.
Why does this exist? I don't know. What I do know is that I can't stop watching.