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Kaiju Among Us: An Incredible Pacific Rim Kaiju Cosplay!

Yep, the Pacific Rim fandom is still alive and well! One only needs to look at these amazing photos of an equally incredible cosplay made by Fraulein Ninja Cosplay: a human version of the kaiju Otachi. Want to know how she made all that, including the light-up tail? Then sit down with your favorite beverage and take a gander at ...

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Costumes From A Galaxy Far, Far Away

various concept art for Padme Amidala Everyone is gearing up for Star Wars: The Force Awakens coming next December, and that includes museums. EMP Museum in Seattle, WA will be hosting an exhibit called “Rebel, Jedi, Princess, Queen: Star Wars and the Power of Costume”, which will showcase sixty of the most iconic costumes from all six movies of the ...

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On Costuming and Creating

I had the opportunity to sit down with a great group of amazingly fun and creative ladies in Minneapolis that have become friends through their shared love of  costuming. Natasha, Brooke, Jenn, and Emily Chesley (of mches.com or you can follow her on Facebook). Photo credits belong to Jenn. GB: What do you like about costuming? Brooke: I’ve loved costuming as ...

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The Hobbit…with a Twist!

Con season is upon us…costumers are designing, draping, piecing, dreaming, and fitting. If you’re looking for inspiration for what to wear to your favourite con this year. Or you just love beautiful dwarves, then you’ll really love this gender-bent Hobbit cast. And remember, we want to see your cosplay! Send us your photos of you and your friends being awesome! ...

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"Cosplay! Crafting a Secret Identity" on PBA July 28 & 30

Last week we brought you news of SyFy’s newest docu-series focusing on cosplayers and their journeys in making their costumes, Heroes of Cosplay. While that show won’t air until next month, there’s another documentary coming a little bit sooner: Cosplay! Crafting a Secret Identity. The film, shot by Jack Walsh of Four Days at Dragon*Con fame, features many noted costumers ...

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