Nerd retailer Mandarake is a self-described "ruler of time". Ruler of in-store promotions might be more accurate.
You're dead wrong if you think the West can't cosplay. It so can. And at the recent Anime Expo in Los Angeles, America did just that: cosplay.
It's not everyday that Kotaku features Costa Rican cosplayers. And it's also not everyday that Kotaku features Costa Rican cosplayer dressed as a character from a game set in...Costa Rica!
Remember Matt Parson's 'Portalmon' mash-up design? For the next 48 hours, you can now buy it as a lovely t-shirt for €20 (plus modest shipping).
Earlier this month, South Korea's GungHo held a, well, GungHo Festival in Tokyo. The event also saw the Ragnarok Online Japan Championship—so there was that, too!
At the Cure Cosplay Festival, it wasn't only The King of Fighters that was brought to life. A variety of video games and anime outfits were on display.
The King of Fighters movie was rotten. But just because it stinks, that doesn't mean its Japanese distributor won't try to drum up publicity for it. Enter KoF cosplayers.
Just as Konami shows off more of upcoming Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D, Omi Gibson cosplays as MGS3's the Boss.
On March 11, a massive earthquake rocked Japan. Within minutes, a tsunami ravaged the country's northeast coast. Lives were destroyed, lives were lost.
As far as short nicknames go, hers must be on of the shortest. Going by the frisky sounding "H", this cosplayer focuses her attention primarily on one thing: games made in Osaka.
Out of all of Capcom's fan service characters, Morrigan Aensland from Darkstalkers is one of the most fan servicey. So is this cosplay.
If those addicted to work are called "workaholics" and those addicted to chocolate are called "chocoholics", then what are those who are addicted to cosplay called?
The Machi Asobi Festival, a game and anime event held in Tokushima, wrapped up recently. Part of the festivities included a cosplay fashion show down by the river, complete with red carpet.
Thought you'd seen all the dress up action this year's Tokyo Dream Party had to offer? Wrong!
Dream Party, the bi-annual event devoted to beautiful girl games, was held in Tokyo over the weekend. Cosplayers were in attendance, too.