Cosplayers continue to amaze me with their craft as it gets better and better each year. The latest batch of amazing cosplayers were in attendance at Katsucon 2017, and you can see some of their work in two new videos from fine people at the DistractotronChannel.
I have no idea what “tricking” is, but apparently Patrick Chu is going to show us his moves dressed as Spider-Man. It’s a very impressive video from our friends at Beatdown Boogie.
It’s been a busy year for the Distractotron team as they captured fantastic cosplayers in action at conventions around the world. As the year comes to a close, the team looks back at the best the year had to offer.
Cosplayers really upped their game this year at NC Comicon 2016. Don’t believe me? Take the jump for a look at some of the cosplayers captured by the Distractotron team.
Sneaky Zebra made it to Blizzcon 2016, and captured some of the best cosplayers doing the thing they do best – looking awesome in fantastic costumes.
Silver Surfer. You know him, you love him. You’ve seen him surf the space waves looking for world’s that Galactus will devour. But have you ever seen him surf the streets of New York City?
Beat Down Boogie has completed its video spotlight of the cosplayers at the New York Comic Con. I highly recommend checking out these videos as they are well produced and showcase the best of the best at the con.
Beat Down Boogie has compiled a new video featuring the cosplay on display at the Dragon Con 2016 parade. Check it out to see what was going outside the convention hall on Saturday.
The crew at Sneaky Zebra ran around like crazy at DragonCon capturing great cosplayers in action. Now the YouTube channel is sharing the results of their hard work with the rest of the world.
While Marvel is making a big deal with its cosplay variant covers, Valiant Entertainment has subverted their exclusives by releasing a cosplay variant cover series of its own… featuring cats!
Of all the variant covers we’ve seen over the last year, the cosplay variants seem to be the most exciting, because they show the craft of talented cosplayers from around the world on the covers of Marvel comics! It’s such great exposure for cosplay and the publisher, that it makes sense for Marvel to continue the variant line throughout the rest of the year.