This is Sorairo-Days as Breath of the Wild’s Princess Mipha.
Photographer Jason Laboy recently captured this Game of Thrones cosplay jamboree in New York’s Central Park, and not only did it feature a whole lot of swords, but a ring as well.
It’s that time of year again when the Nipponbashi Street Festival is held on the streets of Osaka, and as always, some of the best cosplay in Japan was out in the sun enjoying/tolerating the crowds.
German cosplay superstar Kamui, who we last saw with some of the best StarCraft work we’d ever seen, returns with some of the best Monster Hunter work we’ve ever seen.
This is not photoshop, this is Jechts splitting himself in two for some A++ Shadow of Mordor cosplay. The results are even more impressive when you see the rest of him.
Taking inspiration from actual royal photo shoots, these Anastasia shots by Alexandra Lee are a sight to behold.
The Emerald City Comic Con was held in Seattle earlier this month, with around 100,000 fans turning up. Some of those were cosplayers, and these are the best of them.
On the left is Zarya, hero of the Overwatch universe. On the right, regular human Mina Petrovic with one of the best pieces of Zarya cosplay we’ve ever seen.
This mass cosplay shoot was put together by the very talented Milligan Vick, and features ten members of The Lodge of Sorceresses.
For Tony Ray, Black Panther is more than just a movie or comic, and dressing up as the titular character is something special: “I feel as if I am king of the great nation of Wakanda.” The cosplayer and activist (who goes by the name Everybody Loves Tony Ray) has designed and worn several looks inspired by T’Challa,…
Volpin Props were commissioned by Bethesda late last year to build two replicas of the Elder Scrolls for a competition. The end result was something so nice you could base an entire fantasy role-playing series around them.
Please note that this set of cosplay photos contains major endgame spoilers for Danganronpa.
It’s been 12 months since Holly Wolf floored us with her Zelda cosplay from Breath of the Wild. She now returns as the same character, only now with a more regal take.
The North American cosplay calendar kicks off every year with Katsucon, a massive show held every year just outside DC that attracts around 20,000 fans.
Most cons are for all kinds of fans of all kinds of stuff, but not KupoCon: it’s a festival for fans of Final Fantasy, put on by fans of Final Fantasy.
Since around 2012, Enako has been a popular cosplayer, but in the past few years, her popularity has exploded. Last night, she appeared on Downtown DX, one of Japan’s most popular variety talk shows and astonished all with her sizeable salary.
Imagine that the next time you hit the gym you weren’t working out for your body, but for your soul.