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And these pictures will keep comin and comin
Photos taken by Oscar Cwajbaum
Ms.Marvel Kamala Khan
Cosplayer: lava-alley or peteykins
Megacon 2014 Friday cosplay of Emp from Empowered! This is my tribute to you Adam Warren! I love your comic so so much!
Hey, very nice (with spot-on hairstyle and everything)! Might have to use pic #5’s very Emp-appropriate pose for photoreference, at some point…
So last weekend it was warm enough here to do a photoshoot outside and so since I hadn’t gotten any location specific photos of my Poison Ivy, which I made it way back in May, I figured I’d drag her out of storage and get that done. The location my photographer and I originally intended to shoot at was like “NOPE”, because all the pretty places in Houston are run by complete ASSHATS who don’t like letting people take photos there. So we were going to leave but then I noticed a trail that lead into some woods nearby and we went on an adventure! With smoke bombs!
Then we went for sushi afterwards :3
(There was another shot that was really cool with the smoke effects but my face was a little deer-in-the-headlights-y and I guess the photog decided to take it down)
Photographer: A.L.P. Photography
Ray Garrioch as Bucky Barnes.
Costume by Lux-Laterna.
Photo by Kezia Nathe.
No one does it better than the Birds of Prey
I have so much cool comics cosplay saved on file that, just to keep you on your toes, this week both Tuesday and Thursday are devoted to the subject.
As usual, I’ll be posting a selection of some of the fantastic cosplayers whose work deserves the spotlight casting on them. Seriously, just look at these guys. They’re amazing!
Please remember, if you do reblog, always try and leave the links and credits intact so the awesome cosplayers and photographers whose work is spotlighted get due credit.
Sadly, no more Compendium of Cool Comics Cosplay for the present, while I work on other projects, but you can still view the archive of entries over on Gamma Squad.
And if you did miss any of my previous cosplay theme days, all the entries can be found under my Cosplay Tag. Don’t forget to come back on Wednesday and Sunday for other cosplay themed days.
Alt-text from XKCD: “I can’t remember where I heard this, but someone once said that defending a position by citing free speech is sort of the ultimate concession; you’re saying that the most compelling thing you can say for your position is that it’s not literally illegal to express.”
In 1980, Burger King/Burger Chef released these Empire Strikes Back posters. The art was done by renowned fantasy artist Boris Vallejo.
Burger King/Chef Star Wars promotional posters by Del Nichols (1977)