Start Your Week With Cosplay From Star Wars, Diablo, The Witcher and...Ponyo

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This is one of the best cosplay gallery's we've started the week with in a long time. I mean, we have someone cosplaying as The Witcher 2's Triss. There's someone doing an awfully good interpretation of Fujimoto, the slightly creepy underwater dad from Ponyo.

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There is also someone dressed up not only as Crisis Core's Zack Fair, but also the chocobo Zack is riding.

Also: I don't know why Korra cosplayers seem so damn talented, but I like it.

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Fancy Pants is a look at the world of cosplay (costume play), where people dress up as their favorite video game characters. Sometimes it works! Sometimes it...yeah.


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DISCUSSION

I don't know why slave Leia provokes my ire the way it does, but it does. I know I'm not being fair to the several dozen women at every cosplay event wearing the slave Leia costume, but I'm over it.

I feel like it's too overdone. Maybe just for the last, oh, 15 years. Like you should lose creativity points. At this point slave Leia is less cosplay for Leia and more cosplay of a girl cosplaying cosplayers.

Try expanding your horizons beyond ten minutes of a movie released nearly 30 years ago (that wasn't even the best of the 3). It's the go-to costume for someone who knows nothing about geek stuff but still wants to wear a bikini in public. I can't even take it seriously anymore.

Incidentally, her Oola was a lot less grating to me and I know the dancing blue Twi'lek is another overdone trope, but no one quite rocked the fishnet body suit like the original green twi. If you gotta play something from Jabba's palace and for some reason you don't want to be the coolest character there (the rancor, hello), then go green!