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Best Cosplay Ever (This Week): Hawkgirl, Maleficent, Deathstroke, The Amazing Bag-Man And More

Although cosplay has been present for decades within the comics, anime, and sci-fi/fantasy fandoms, social media has played an integral role in the thriving communities of costuming that exist, such as Cosplay.com and the Superhero Costuming Forum. Over the years, the cosplay community has evolved into a creative outlet for many fans to establish and showcase some impressive feats of homemade disguise, craftsmanship, and sartorial superheroics at conventions. In honor of the caped crusaders of the convention scene, ComicsAlliance has created Best Cosplay Ever (This Week), an ongoing collection of some of the most impeccable, creative, and clever costumes that we’ve discovered and assembled into a super-showcase of pure fan-devoted talent.

Bombshell Batwoman

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Cosplayed by GillyKins, photographed by Eleventh Photograph

The Amazing Bag-Man

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Photographed by Pat Loika

Rule 63 Deathstroke

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Cosplayed by VAMPY BIT ME, photographed by Cozpho Photography

Kei (Dirty Pair)

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Cosplayed by God Save the Queen Fashions, photographed by LJinto

Hawkgirl

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Photographed by Pat Loika

Anthy & Utena

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Photographed by LJinto

Maleficent

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Photographed by Mirage Images NC

Sailor V

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Cosplayed by Yashafluff, photographed by GQBravo Photography

Wonder Woman

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Photographed by LJinto

Apocalypse

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Photographed by Pat Loika

Read More: Best Cosplay Ever (This Week) – 01.05.15 | http://comicsalliance.com/best-cosplay-ever-this-week-hawkgirl-maleficent-deathstroke-the-amazing-bag-man-and-more/?trackback=tsmclip

Best Cosplay Ever (This Week): Lego Batman, Starfire, Infinite Crisis, Rule 63 Green Arrow, Iron Fist And More

Lego Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn and Catwoman

Cosplayed by Black Sheep Comics, photographed by Fred Zavala

Cosplayed by Black Sheep Comics, photographed by Fred Zavala

Spider-Man

Cosplayed by Dynamite Webber Cosplay, photographed by Edward Liu

Cosplayed by Dynamite Webber Cosplay, photographed by Edward Liu

Princess Jasmine

Cosplayed by Jessica Shanholtz

Cosplayed by Jessica Shanholtz

Starfire

Photographed by Ron Gejon Photography

Photographed by Ron Gejon Photography

Beast (Hank McCoy)

Cosplayed by David Robbins, photographed by Erica Henderson

Cosplayed by David Robbins, photographed by Erica Henderson

Rule 63 Green Arrow

Photographed by Ron Gejon Photography

Photographed by Ron Gejon Photography

Gaslight Catwoman (Infinite Crisis)

Cosplayed by Dex Morgan, photographed by Paul Hillier

Cosplayed by Dex Morgan, photographed by Paul Hillier

Scream (Marvel)

Cosplayed by Ms Luna, photographed by Pouncy

Cosplayed by Ms Luna, photographed by Pouncy

Iron Fist

Cosplayed by Cap Santiago, photographed by Edward Liu

Cosplayed by Cap Santiago, photographed by Edward Liu

Wonder Woman

Cosplayed by Joanna Miranda, photographed by Ron Gejon Photography

Cosplayed by Joanna Miranda, photographed by Ron Gejon Photography

Read More: Best Cosplay Ever (This Week) – 11.10.14 | http://comicsalliance.com/best-cosplay-ever-this-week-11-10-2014/?trackback=tsmclip

Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 1

As readers will know from our weekly Best Cosplay Ever feature, we’re big fans of cosplay at ComicsAlliance. The comics, sci-fi, gaming, and fantasy communities have proved time and again their exceptional talents for homemade disguises and superheroic sartorial excellence, and all of their craft and skill will be on display this weekend at New York Comic-Con. Our chief cosplay correspondent Betty Felon is on hand to document as much of it as she can. Scroll down for some of the very finest cosplay from New York.

Thor

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Batman ’66

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Gamora

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Barnacle Boy & Mermaid Man

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Doctor Strange

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Jurassic Park

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Gamora

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Garnet

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Filed Under:  Category: ConventionsCosplayCulture

Read More: Photo Gallery: The Cosplay Of New York Comic Con 2014, Part 1 | http://comicsalliance.com/photo-gallery-the-cosplay-of-new-york-comic-con-2014-part-1/?trackback=tsmclip

Best Cosplay Ever (This Week): Silver Hawks, Wonder Woman, Black Bat, Neon Genesis Evangelion and More

Although cosplay has been present for decades within the comics, anime, and sci-fi/fantasy fandoms, social media has played an integral role in the thriving communities of costuming that exist, such as Cosplay.com and the Superhero Costuming Forum. Over the years, the cosplay community has evolved into a creative outlet for many fans to establish and showcase some impressive feats of homemade disguise, craftsmanship, and sartorial superheroics at conventions. In honor of the caped crusaders of the convention scene, ComicsAlliance has created Best Cosplay Ever (This Week), an ongoing collection of some of the most impeccable, creative, and clever costumes that we’ve discovered and assembled into a super-showcase of pure fan-devoted talent.

Wonder Woman

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Cosplayed by Alice, photographed by Kelly Is Nice

Monstar, Melodia, Hotwing, & Stargazer (Silverhawks)

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Supergirl & Mera

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Cosplayed by Yashuntafun Cosplay & Twinklebat, photographed by Carlos Adama Geek Photography

Rory (The Doctor Who)

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Cosplayed by Katie Scarlett Cosplay

Black Bat

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Cosplayed by ramonasflower

The Flash & Wonder Woman

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Cosplayed by Solo Roboto & Kit Quinn, photographed by Photography by F. Santos

Cyclops

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Cosplayed by O-Zone

Cyberman (Doctor Who)

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Photographed by Knightmare6 Photography

Asuka (Neon Genesis Evangelion)

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Cosplayed VVolf Cosplay, photographed by Carlos Adama Geek Photography

Cammy (Street Fighter)

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Cosplayed by Precious Cosplay, photographed by Robbins Studios

Read More: Best Cosplay Ever (This Week) – 09.15.14 | http://comicsalliance.com/best-cosplay-ever-this-week-09-15-1/?trackback=tsmclip

Best Cosplay Ever (This Week): Special Edition NYC 2014

Although cosplay has been present for decades within the comics, anime, and sci-fi/fantasy fandoms, social media has played an integral role in the thriving communities of costuming that exist, such as Cosplay.com and the Superhero Costuming Forum. Over the years, the cosplay community has evolved into a creative outlet for many fans to establish and showcase some impressive feats of homemade disguise, craftsmanship, and sartorial superheroics at conventions. In honor of the caped crusaders of the convention scene, ComicsAlliance has created Best Cosplay Ever (This Week), an ongoing collection of some of the most impeccable, creative, and clever costumes that we’ve discovered and assembled into a super-showcase of pure fan-devoted talent.

The comics, sci-fi, gaming and fantasy communities’ talents for homemade disguises, craftsmanship, and sartorial superheroics are definitely on display this weekend at the first ever Special Edition: NYC, and we were there to check out the show as well as capture some of the stellar cosplay on display.

 

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

Special Edition NYC Cosplay 2014

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San Diego Comic-Con Doesn’t Want To Address Its Harassment Problem Because People Might Think It Has A Harassment Problem

San Diego Comic Con refuses to institute a formal harassment policy
San Diego’s Comic-Con International has a problem that it doesn’t want to address. See, a few weeks back, a group called GeeksForCONsent launched a petition urging Comic-Con to adopt a formal harassment policy in place of the broad, basically unenforceable “code of conduct” that’s currently in place. Like many conventions, SDCC has a huge problem with women — particularly women cosplayers — being harassed by other con-goers and dubious media “professionals”, and the present policy offers victims little recourse.

Comic-Con’s existing policy, which can be found in its 200-page programming guide and on the event’s website, is as follows:

Attendees must respect common sense rules for public behavior, personal interaction, common courtesy, and respect for private property. Harassing or offensive behavior will not be tolerated. Comic-Con reserves the right to revoke, without refund, the membership and badge of any attendee not in compliance with this policy. Persons finding themselves in a situation where they feel their safety is at risk or who become aware of an attendee not in compliance with this policy should immediately locate a member of security, or a staff member, so that the matter can be handled in an expeditious manner.

GeeksForCONsent’s petition asks that Comic-Con amend the policy thusly:

  • A harassment reporting mechanism and visible, easy to find on-site support for people who report harassment.
  • Signs throughout the convention publicizing the harassment policy and zero-tolerance enforcement mechanisms.
  • Information for attendees on how to report harassment.
  • A one-hour training for volunteers on how to respond to harassment reports.

As a response to the petition, David Glanzer, Comic-Con’s director of marketing and public relations — someone whose actual job is to talk to the media about this sort of thing — gave a remarkable interview to CBR‘s Albert Ching where he suggested, astonishingly, that instituting a more explicit anti-harassment policy would be a problem in and of itself, because people in the media and the attendee base might think that Comic-Con has a problem with harassment.

…because we’re really an international show, and have 3,000 members of the media, I think the story would be harassment is such an issue at Comic-Con that they needed to post these signs around there. Now, people within the industry, and fans, know that isn’t the case, but the general public out there, and I think the news media, might look at this as, “Why would you, if this wasn’t such a bad issue, why do you feel the need to single out this one issue and put signs up about it?” I think that’s a concern.

That’s not really how rules work.

We have rules because there are problems; so that we know what to do when those problems arise. Harassment — sexual and otherwise — is a problem, and it’s not an outlier at San Diego Comic-Con, it’s something that can happen to anyone who wears a costume and even to a good number of people who don’t. As anyone who’s been to SDCC or follows media reports of the problems that arise there, the current rules against harassment are clearly not doing the job. But the organizers are manifestly more concerned with the patently false idea that even acknowledging the problem would create a bigger problem, rather than addressing the reality of the situation for the people who actually attend their event.

Glanzer’s extremely dubious claim that a deliberately broad policy makes it easier for Comic-Con to sort out all of these problems (that the con doesn’t want to admit it has) can be undermined by the briefest of challenges. Sure, on the surface the existing policy is not a bad set of rules, and if nothing else it does have that line about “harassing or offensive behavior.” But then you hit that bit about “Common Sense,” and that’s where the problems show up.

1. As much as it might seem like there is given the name, there’s no actual defined consensus of what “Common Sense” means. You might think that it’s perfectly appropriate to ask someone dressed as Chun-Li to turn herself upside down and do the splits because that’s what Chun-Li does in the game, but when you’re speaking to an actual person, it’s really not. All this policy tells you to do is to act the way you think you should, and creeps don’t think they’re doing anything wrong.

2. Vague platitudes about being nice to people don’t really work that well. Specificity is the key to creating rules that are easy to enforce and hard to get around, because they lay out what the actual policy of the convention is. It stops being “well I thought it was okay” and starts being “it says here that you can’t do that.” It’s why laws, the things we have to prevent this sort of thing in actual civilization, tend to be so precise.

Let’s look at a convention that does have a more explicit harassment policy.

 

Emerald City Comic-Con anti-harassment flyer

 

This year I attended Emerald City ComiCon in Seattle for the first time, and one of the things I took away from the convention itself was how well organized it was. A big part of that came from the very well-publicized anti-harassment flyers that were posted around the convention, something that CBR’s Albert Ching brought up in his talk with Glanzer,

Like SDCC’s harassment policy, ECCC’s flyer comes with some vague terms, although I’d argue that “Be Respectful” is a more direct than “Common Sense.” The flyer does, however, tell people what not to do; expresses no tolerance for noncompliance; tells people what to do if they’ve been harassed; and, most importantly, it was posted everywhere at the convention. It wasn’t buried in a program or on the website, it was a clear and bold statement about Emerald City’s policies that was visible no matter where you were at the show.

It wasn’t just the flyer, though. ECCC had more volunteers and staff — in extremely visible green shirts — circulating among the convention and making sure everything ran smoothly than I have ever seen before at a con. They were actively making sure there were no problems, and if there had been, you were never far away from finding someone who could help you.

Believe it or not, said conditions didn’t create the kind of paranoid environment that Glanzer’s worried about. Instead, they made it seem like the people who run Emerald City actually cared about the people who were there and making sure they had a good time and weren’t harassed. As such, ECCC received nothing but good press about their actions. Indeed, everything that resulted from ECCC’s proactive stance was the direct opposite of what Glanzer fears would happen if Comic-Con adopted a similar strategy.

It must be noted that SDCC is a sprawling mass of humanity. The sheer number of people crammed into a relatively small space makes it very difficult to manage even when everyone is on their best behavior. There are 130,000 people who show up for the convention, which is actually more than the population of the city where I live. Emerald City is a smaller affair than San Diego, but still, that’s a show that had 75,000 people in attendance. If ECCC can make the effort — and actually be rewarded for it in the form of good will — then surely a convention that sells out of its passes in an hour can at least attempt to do the same?

And really, that’s all anyone wants. Just make the effort, Comic-Con. Otherwise, you’re just suggesting that you don’t even care about what happens as along as people are still buying badges and perpetuating SDCC’s fragile illusion that attendees are more interested in waiting in line for hours to see the cast of Avengers than in their own comfort and safety.

Read More: San Diego Comic-Con’s Dubious Harassment Policy Doesn’t Work | http://comicsalliance.com/san-diego-comic-con-sexual-harassment-policy-david-glanzer-emerald-city-comicon/?trackback=tsmclip

Best Cosplay Ever (This Week): Maria Hill, Batman, Princess Mononoke, Kate Bishop And More

Although cosplay has been present for decades within the comics, anime, and sci-fi/fantasy fandoms, social media has played an integral role in the thriving communities of costuming that exist, such as Cosplay.com and the Superhero Costuming Forum. Over the years, the cosplay community has evolved into a creative outlet for many fans to establish and showcase some impressive feats of homemade disguise, craftsmanship, and sartorial superheroics at conventions. In honor of the caped crusaders of the convention scene, ComicsAlliance has created Best Cosplay Ever (This Week), an ongoing collection of some of the most impeccable, creative, and clever costumes that we’ve discovered and assembled into a super-showcase of pure fan-devoted talent.

Maria Hill

Cosplayed by Tabby Tyler, photographed by Emily Michelle

Maria Hill, cosplayed by Tabby Tyler, photographed by Emily Michelle
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Kate Bishop/Hawkeye

Cosplayed by Maaya Priel, photographed by nekoriyukiart

Kate Bishop/Hawkeye, cosplayed by Maaya Priel, photographed by nekoriyukiart

Batman

Cosplayed by Arkham Batman & Robin, photographed by CONVOKE Photography
Batman, cosplayed by Arkham Batman & Robin, photographed by CONVOKE Photography

Robin

Cosplayed by Raging Hurricane Cosplay, photographed by Waveney Williams
Cosplayed by Raging Hurricane Cosplay, photographed by Waveney Williams

Bulma

Cosplayed by shmuberry, photographed by Mike Kowalek
Bulma, cosplayed by shmuberry, photographed by Mike Kowalek

Hope Summers and Cable

Photographed by Pat Loika
Hope Summers and Cable, photographed by Pat Loika

Erica (Catherine video game)

Cosplayed by Bur Loire, photographed by Nicole Ciaramella
Erica (Catherine video game), cosplayed by Bur Loire, photographed by Nicole Ciaramella

San (Princess Mononoke),

Photographed by Convoke Photography
San (Princess Mononoke), photographed by Convoke Photography

Scarlet Spider

Cosplayed by Chris Brown, photographed by Carlos Adama Geek Photography
Scarlet Spider, cosplayed by Chris Brown, photographed by Carlos Adama Geek Photography

Alpha 5

Photographed by Convoke Photography
Alpha 5, photographed by Convoke Photography

Submissions

Do you have a stellar cosplay that you would like to submit for Best Cosplay Ever (This Week)? If so, please submit your cosplay photos HERE (or email fashiontipsfromcomicstrips[at]gmail[dot]com with the subject line “Best Cosplay Ever”).

Don’t forget to include cosplayer and photographer credit and links!

Filed Under: Category: Cosplay, Culture

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GeekShot Exclusive Photo Series (Week 2)

GeekShot photo series week 3 - Captain Marvel Lost in Space Robot cosplay

Welcome to the GeekShot Photo Exclusive Series. This will be a weekly post featuring cool, interesting, or just plain awesome moments we have captured during San Diego Comic-Con. Each week we’ll post a photo by Beth or James of GeekShot Photography. We may include a short story about the photo, but sometimes we’ll just let the photo speak for itself.

About This Photo

Captain Marvel: “What’s up with this thing?”

Me: “I have no idea Captain Marvel, but it’s some pretty cool robot cosplay. I didn’t know robots needed Comic-Con badges though.”

You may recognize this Captain Marvel/Shazam cosplayer- he’s been multiple Doctors, a 1950s Superman and more throughout the years at Comic-Con and other Southern California conventions. Not only that, but it’s his birthday today, so happy birthday Bob!

Best Cosplay Ever (This Week): Daft Punk, Black Canary, Yu-Gi-Oh, Superior Spider-Man and More

Although cosplay has been present for decades within the comics, anime, and sci-fi/fantasy fandoms, social media has played an integral role in the thriving communities of costuming that exist, such as Cosplay.com and the Superhero Costuming Forum. Over the years, the cosplay community has evolved into a creative outlet for many fans to establish and showcase some impressive feats of homemade disguise, craftsmanship, and sartorial superheroics at conventions. In honor of the caped crusaders of the convention scene, ComicsAlliance has created Best Cosplay Ever (This Week), an ongoing collection of some of the most impeccable, creative, and clever costumes that we’ve discovered and assembled into a super-showcase of pure fan-devoted talent.

Black Canary

 
 
 
 

Cosplayed by Jessica LG, photographed by Geri Kramer Photography
Black Canary, cosplayed by Jessica LG, photographed by Geri Kramer Photography

 

April O’Neil

 
 
 
 

Cosplayed by Ani-Mia, photographed by Ron Gejon Photography
April O'Neil, cosplayed by Ani-Mia, photographed by Ron Gejon Photography

 

Tintin & Captain Haddock

 
 
 
 

Daft Punk

 
 
 
 

Photographed by Cuije Photo
Daft Punk, photographed by Cuije Photo

 

Yami Yugi (Yu-Gi-Oh)

 
 
 
 

Cosplayed by Elliott Broaddus, photographed by Katsuya Weller
Yami Yugi (Yu-Gi-Oh), cosplayed by Elliott Broaddus, photographed by Katsuya Weller

 

Maghda (Diablo III)

 
 
 
 

Cosplayed by First Keeper, photographed by Tom Hicks Photography
Maghda (Diablo III), cosplayed by First Keeper, photographed by Tom Hicks Photography

 

Superior Spider-Man

 
 
 
 

Cosplayed by David Cap Santiago, photographed by Ron Gejon Photography
Superior Spider-Man, cosplayed by David Cap Santiago, photographed by Ron Gejon Photography

 

Boba Fett

 
 
 
 

Photographed by Carlos Adama Geek Photography
Boba Fett

 

Robin (Stephanie Brown)

 
 
 
 

Cosplayed by Kerraldine Holland, photographed by Carlos Adama Geek Photography
Robin (Stephanie Brown), cosplayed by Kerraldine Holland, photographed by Carlos Adama Geek Photography

 

Cosplayed by Kitty Young Cosplay, photographed by Ron Gejon Photography
Death, cosplayed by Kitty Young Cosplay, photographed by Ron Gejon Photography

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Best Cosplay Ever (This Week): She-Hulk, Hunger Games, Lady Deadpool, Cowboy Bebop & More

Although cosplay has been present for decades within the comics, anime, and sci-fi/fantasy fandoms, social media has played an integral role in the thriving communities of costuming that exist, such as Cosplay.com and the Superhero Costuming Forum. Over the years, the cosplay community has evolved into a creative outlet for many fans to establish and showcase some impressive feats of homemade disguise, craftsmanship, and sartorial superheroics at conventions. In honor of the caped crusaders of the convention scene, ComicsAlliance has created Best Cosplay Ever (This Week), an ongoing collection of some of the most impeccable, creative, and clever costumes that we’ve discovered and assembled into a super-showcase of pure fan-devoted talent.

 

WANT TO CONTRIBUTE?

Do you have a stellar cosplay that you would like to submit for Best Cosplay Ever (This Week)? If so, please submit your cosplay photos HERE (or email fashiontipsfromcomicstrips[at]gmail[dot]com with the subject line “Best Cosplay Ever”). Don’t forget to include cosplayer and photographer credit and links!

 

Poison Ivy

Cosplayed by Desiree Cosplay, photographed by Julie Dietrich
Poison Ivy, cosplayed by Desiree Cosplay, photographed by Julie Dietrich

Psylocke

Cosplayed by CarolineCosplay, photographed by Philip Kokoczka
Psylocke, cosplayed by CarolineCosplay, photographed by Philip Kokoczka

Judgement Armor (World of Warcraft)

Cosplayed by ShadowGlaive Cosplay (SGC), photographed by Tom Hicks Photography
Judgement Armor (World of Warcraft), cosplayed by ShadowGlaive Cosplay (SGC), photographed by Tom Hicks Photography

Julia (Cowboy Bebop)

Cosplayed by Damefatale Cosplay, photographed by Robbins Studios Photography
Julia (Cowboy Bebop)

Spider-Woman/Valerie

Cosplayed & photographed by PeachyMomo
Spider-Woman/Valerie, cosplayed & photographed by PeachyMomo

Effie Trinket (Hunger Games)

Cosplayed by Amberle Linnea, photographed by Poprock Photography
Effie Trinket (Hunger Games), cosplayed by Amberle Linnea, photographed by Poprock Photography

Wasp

Cosplayed by Sara Moni Cosplay, photographed by Ryan Leasure Photography
Wasp, cosplayed by Sara Moni Cosplay, photographed by Ryan Leasure Photography

Lady Deadpool

Cosplayed by Jessica Nigri, photographed by Mirage Images NC
Lady Deadpool, cosplayed by Jessica Nigri, photographed by Mirage Images NC

Catwoman

Photographed by Robbins Studios Photography

She-Hulk

Cosplayed by Echo Endless, photographed by Ron Gejon Photography
She-Hulk, cosplayed by Echo Endless, photographed by Ron Gejon Photography

NEXT: Greatest Game Cosplay Ever (This Week)

Filed Under: Category: Cosplay, Culture

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