Imagur user iqwertyi has recreated the perfect Lego Boba Fett cosplay. All the details were recorded as well – meaning, if you too would like to be a LEGO figure for Halloween, then this is your chance. After the break iqwertyi visually breaks down the process for how he was able to construct our favorite bounty hunter. This is DIY at it’s best!
Having trouble trying to figure out what you’re going to be for Halloween? Can’t decide which Superhero you have time to pull together? Never fear – let us help you with a handy-dandy-costume-guide that is sure to supercharge you with ideas.
In honor of Ryan selecting Squirrel Girl for his 2015 Fantasy Ultimate Cup (FUC), I thought it would be appropriate to feature a cosplayer for the same passion…. of squirrels, squirrels people, what did you think I meant? Cosplayer Galaticat is probably one of the most adorable Squirrel Girl’s I have seen! Check out more squirliness 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