I wondered when someone would actually make a legitimate parkour video decked out in Assassin garb. Thankfully, Ronnie Shalvis has. Check out the video above, it’s actually quite good.
Getting back into the swing of things after an insane SDCC immediately followed with a new job, we’re back to regular posting! First up here’s some stellar cosplay of Gotham’s favorite trio of reformed villains, the Gotham City Sirens! Hit the jump to check it out.
I sort of want this kid to grow up a total non-geeky jock, then this photo to leak to his entire high school. I don’t know why I want that. Whatever.
I’m surprised this isn’t done more often. Kolibri-chan and jj-dreamworlz of deviantART got together to do this sweet Mario Kart cosplay as Princess Daisy and Princess Rosalina suited up to race. Hit the jump to check it out.
Well what do you know, it’s a new feature! Convention season is upon us, and it inevitably brings drones of cosplayers along with it. They’re a staple of pretty much any convention, whether their costume is tragic and sad or absolutely spectacular. Another staple of these conventions is the amount of interviews that end up being given by the spectacularly costumed attendees, and to be honest…they can be really boring after a while. Everyone asks the same “how did you create this?” or “where did you come up with the idea” questions. I personally feel that’s going about it the wrong way: these are convention attendees, people! You know what people have thebeststories? Convention attendees.
So I was determined to set out and give a different kind of interview to cosplayers out there, something that was fun for everyone. Give them a chance to talk about their best convention memories, not telling how they made the costume for the fourteenth time. Since I wasn’t going to be at a convention until SDCC this July, I needed to start somewhere else. Luckily Alli White, artist of the Disney Dressphere Project we featured a bit ago and fantastic cosplayer in her own right, was more than happy to oblige. Hit the jump to read the interview and check out some photos!
Well this is definitely one of the coolest fan-art projects I’ve seen in a very long time. xsKiRtZx over at deviantART has done something rather brilliant and taken all of the dresspheres from FINAL FANTASY X-2…and applied them to the Disney princesses. It’s all very well done and quite a bit of fun, so hit the jump to take a look.