Galina Zhukovskaya, aka rgtcandy, is not cosplaying here as one of the best characters from The Witcher 3. She has clearly performed some kind of ritual and become the sorceress.
Cosplayers at PAX South put a Nintendo spin on several different classic video game (and Star Wars) characters. Really, Wario with his own Cappy is shocking enough.
For their one-year wedding anniversary last year, Kalindi and her husband decided to indulge in a little Overwatch cosplay.
If 2018 is going to be The Year Of Black Panther Cosplay, then we are off to a very good start.
A reminder: it may be 2018, but I will forever be posting Witcher 3 cosplay here as though 2015 never ended.
Throughout 2017, the supremely-talented Mineralblu flew over 12,000 miles to cover conventions all across America, taking incredible shots (and video) for your cosplay viewing pleasure.
It’s late December, almost January. And at the end of every year in Japan, there is one event in which cosplayers can strut their stuff.
The last major cosplay show for the year is Holiday Matsuri, aka Holmat, which takes place every December in Orlando, Florida.
Two men dressed in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle costumes crashed the PSG vs Rennes game in Frances Ligue 1 yesterday, interrupting play and getting some cuddles in the process.
Cosplayer Leo Camacho and some friends decided to recreate Vanity Fair’s classy Last Jedi photoshoot, and they’ve done an incredible job with it.
Here’s Sledgehammer Cosplay with about as perfect a Maui as we’re ever going to get, short of some guy actually tattooing his entire body with cute lil’ Disney images.
We expect to see cosplay based on video games and anime, but it would be so good if more folks took the time to branch a little further out and take inspiration from other types of stuff. Like 1993's near-perfect Dazed and Confused.
Henchmen Studios, some of the best cosplay builders on the planet, worked with Blizzard earlier this year for PAX West to construct two incredible World of Warcraft outfits.
The Tokyo Comic Con just wrapped up, so let’s check out some of the best—and most entertaining—cosplay of the show.
One Bad Day, probably the best Joker cosplayer on the planet, would like you all to have a wonderful Christmas this year. And to make sure of it, here he is wearing a bad sweater and drinking eggnog.
With their green skin and antennae, Nameks are not easy characters to bring to life. Cosplayer Takatsuki, however, makes doing so look effortless.
The Australian convention season has been farewelled with one last hurrah — Supanova Expo in Adelaide. Yes, the year is essentially over for cosplayers, who will now finally clean up all the worbla scraps and abandoned wigs lying around their houses. Before we’re done, however, we’ve got a gallery of some pretty top…
These aren’t 1986 press shots promoting the release of Labyrinth. These are pictures taken in 2017 of cosplayer and assumed shapeshifter Alyson Tabbitha.
Most D.Va cosplay you see is someone wearing her jumpsuit. Which is fine, but Gryphon’s Gears was having none of that, deciding to not just build her mech, but have it be able to walk around as well.
If there’s one place you could get a black car, hit the highway and have it look just like Final Fantasy XV, it’s Arizona.