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.
Here’s JS Cosplay with an absolutely incredible take on D.Va’s Deathwing the Destroyer skin.
Like they did with underwear, and then formal evening wear, Overwatch cosplayers have once again taken their favourite characters and put a little spin on their outfits. This time, the theme is punk.
Hime Shinra, a cosplayer from Indonesia, has done something real different for this Sombra shoot: to nail the character’s purple neon effects, she used both UV lights and special powders so that she’d actually glow in the dark.
Last year’s BlizzCon was one of the higlights of the cosplay calendar. BlizzCon 2017 was no different.
Last year, one of Japan’s most famous cosplayers Nekomu Otogi, then 20 years old, announced that she was marrying 50-something year-old manga artist Kosuke Fujishima, best known for Oh My Goddess! and character designs for numerous Tales games. That’s when things got complicated.
There have been a lot of Overwatch skins released over the last couple of years, but few have endured in people’s hearts quite like Witch Mercy, which explains why one Halloween on from its release people are still cosplaying it.
Why only cosplay as Star Wars characters when you can also cosplay with or as Star Wars vehicles? That’s exactly what these folks do.
The King of Random made this remote-controlled red shell for a YouTube video, and I am now wondering why this isn’t something I can put in a gift guide somewhere.
This is Sosenka. Previously, Kotaku introduced her amazing Majin Buu. But that’s not the only incredible Dragon Ball cosplay she’s done. There are more.
Oni-Con isn’t the biggest cosplay show on the calendar, but it’s one of the nicest, with the event taking place right across from the beach in Galveston, Texas.
On the left, Sum.makeup. On the right, Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft Sum.makeup.
Any Overwatch players who are fans of a Mercy x Genji romance, here’s some BlizzCon cosplay to warm the heart.
Reader Matt didn’t dress up as a Nintendo character for Halloween. He dressed up as a Nintendo console, complete with bloody Halloween twist.
Jiovanie Velazquez’s 10 year-old son wanted a Bastion costume for Halloween, and since you can’t exactly walk into a store and buy one, he decided to make one for him.
Here’s cosplay superstar Leon Chiro as Bayek from Assassin’s Creed Origins, on a shoot that took him to an actual desert in Kuwait.
Owls are cool. All cosplay needs more owls. But especially Tyrande cosplay, since the character actually has one in the game.
Here’s some A+ Akira cosplay by ChibiThot.
During a concert in Kobe, rockstar Hyde dressed as Hunter X Hunter villain Chrollo Lucilfer. What makes this so interesting is that the singer reportedly inspired the character.