Even though the San Diego Comic Con is in full force this morning, there’s still time to appreciate the cosplay from other conventions. The Distractotron group was at HeroesCon 2016 and shares another fantastic video from the show.
We all want to dress as our favorite heroes and go to the big cosplay events, but some of us totally lack the ability to create a costume from scratch. That’a where Simplicity comes in with its line of licensed costumes. The company recently added DC Comics Bombshells to its line.
There were so many cosplayers at Emerald City Comic Con, that Beat Down Boogie had to make TWO videos to cover all of the action.
Beat Down Boogie was at the Emerald City Comicon and captured all the cosplayers in action.
Beat Down Boogie made its way to C2E2 in Chicago a couple of weeks ago and grabbed a bunch of video of the cosplayers showing off their skills.
If you are going to a comic book convention this year, and you want to dress up like your favorite character from videogames, comics, and film, you’re probably going to need to craft a weapon or two. Bill Doran has released his second volume of weapon making books, that will teach you to make props that are completely safe.
Beat Down Boogie made its way to Anime Matsuri 2016 Cosplay Celebration to capture cosplayers knocking it out of the park. Take the jump for a look at Vampy Bit Me, Stella Chuu, Enji Night, Angela Bermudez and Astarohime Cosplay doing their thing.
Chinbeard, aka Bill Doran, has a new video that walks you through the process he went through to make his latest prop weapon – Rey’s blaster from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. While he won’t be selling this replica, he does offer up plans so you can make your own.
Sneaky Zebra made its way to the London Super Comic Con, and shot a ton of footage of cosplayers showing off their best costumes.