Cosplayer Tenraii stuns us all with her beautiful rendition of DC’s Nightwing. Covered from head to toe, she is able to make this look powerful yet sexy. I am in awe. You have to see the captivating photos her and Akyol Photography.
“There are men who struggle against destiny, and yet achieve only an early grave. There are men who flee destiny, only to have it swallow them whole. And there are men who embrace destiny, and do not show their fear. These are the ones that change the world forever.” – Flemeth. And we think that Ise Cosplay has created a wonderful rendition of Marian Hawke from Dragon Age II which has the potential to change the world forever!
Thanks to our friends over at Fashionably Geek, we bring to you Gladzy Kei Art & Cosplay‘s Alpha Toothless. Her love of How To Train Your Dragon 2 and inspiration from other cosplayers, led her to tackle this out of the box cosplay, which we think it pretty impressive. Want to see more Toothless? Check it out after the break:
Today’s Cosplay of the Day comes from Dusty Lofink, a resident of San Jose, California and huge admirer of Thor. We post plenty of lady cosplay entries around here, but let’s not forget the gentlemen! Dusty was totally 120% committed to his costume, growing his hair and man-scaping his beard to get the total Thor look. This guy was super determined to make himself look like Thor, and the efforts paid off because he looks fantastic. His costume is vivid and detailed, and we love how he added thunder bolts to his pictures to give that ultimate thunder god effect. Son of Odin, you rule.
You’ve got to check out this awesome cosplay from Sara Moni. She takes a few different versions of Storm from X-Men over the years, and cosplays them beautifully. She not only embodies the look, but she even has the kick ass attitude of a leader like Storm! See some of our favorite of her versions after the break:
This is quite possibly the best 90’s Jubilee that I have ever seen. Not only that, cosplayer Honeyboba hand crafted many of the items to add that little extra touch to our favorite fire-cracker X-Men. Check out more delightful photos of her after the break:
This is a cool story about this little cosplayer and her superhero dad:
“When Tumblr user Captain Milkshake’s daughter got an invite to a superhero-themed birthday party, she was thrilled. The six-year-old loves to read comics with her dad, so he set out to buy her the Ms. Marvel costume of her dreams.
However, he was bummed to find that no such costume existed. Not in stores, not online, not anywhere. He could find an inexplicably pink Spider Girl costume, but sadly nothing for a little girl wanting to dress up as the increasingly popular Ms. Marvel.
So Captain Milkshake did what anyone vying for a best-parent-ever award would do: He made her one. While Captain Milkshake had fun going the handmade route this time, he hopes Marvel will start paying more attention to their audience of keen little girls (and women!) As he writes, “I believe this post could be the start of something good if even it gets the wheels turning a few degrees.” – AvClub