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Kotaku 'Shop Contest: Comic-Con Cosplay Extravaganza

Kotaku 'Shop Contest: Comic-Con Cosplay Extravaganza
As has been the tradition for the past three or so years, when we go to Comic-Con, we come back with cosplay, and then we turn that cosplay into your 'Shop Contest. So that's where we're headed with this week's challenge, brought to you in part by our …
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So, that them Heroes of Cosplay….Yeah………We burn Syfy when?
Look, cosplay is to express the love for the character or the style you are using(if you don't love it, then why wear it?) unless you are paid to do it cause you are a professional model/ cosplayer(all hail Nigri), well…that is what I think. I love …
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SMASH! 2013: Cosplay from the Sydney Manga and Anime Show
The SMASH! Sydney Manga and Anime Show was held in Sydney today for its seventh year, bringing with it lovers of pop culture from all over Australia. Once again, Behind the Panels was there snapping away and talking to organisers, guests and lots of …
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Kids Cosplay at Comic-Con 2013!

Kids Cosplay at Comic-Con 2013!
Kids Cosplay at Comic-Con 2013! by Susana Polo | 3:30 pm, July 24th, 2013. Share on Tumblr. Enable JavaScript to check out our fancy slideshow. 1.Chun-Li and Sakura Chun-Li and Sakura From I Heart Chaos. 2.Agent Coulson Agent Coulson From Twitter …
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Comic-Con cosplay: Costumed role-players become temporary superstars
“When you cosplay, you're not a nobody,” said Roecks, who works in Hollywood as a visual effects assistant. “You're not a stranger. You're suddenly a character that everybody here knows and loves and wants to interact with, and they feel like they …
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This Cosplay Burlesque Is Electrifying
AnimeNEXT is a convention that isn't afraid to be risque, judging from these videos of recent NSFW cosplay burlesque performances. Mind, this is a more modern interpretation of burlesque—it's provocative show that can feature slapstick humor, skits, …
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