1. felicisrook:

    Like the view? It’s about the only thing you’re going to catch tonight.

    Selina Kyle - kokorokristin
    Photography - felicisrook

    Actual Catwoman Kristin oh my goshhhhh

  2. azimedes:

    I went and did a silly shoot in the woods yesterday with my friends in our Dragon’s Dogma costumes.  I really enjoy wearing Madeleine, as it’s one of the few costumes I have where I can look and act like a total goofball.  

    Madeleine - azimedes
    Arisen - blatsuura
    Photography - megananncosplay

    (via weirdoqueen)

  3. kokorokristin:

    Who wants to be the Hercules to my Hippolyta? You must find misandry an aphrodisiac. 

    Cosplayer: kokorokistin

    Photography: felicisrook

    That armor tho.

  4. "You happy punching the bag, or do you want to go a few rounds with me?"

    Thank you to Edgar Bonifacio Photography for the amazing shots of my Black Canary at Special Edition: NYC! 


  5. lady-banner:


    Question for my fellow Captain Marvel cosplayers.

    What red gloves did you buy and do you like them? 

    There are a million and one options on Amazon and I’d like to not have to buy more than one pair. 

    Also, if anyone has tiny baby hands like myself and bought kid gloves, let me know how that worked out. I’m considering it since most gloves at stores run too long in the fingers for me.

    I bought some cheap satin costume gloves at a halloween store (something very similar to this http://www.amazon.com/Costume-Gloves-Halloween-Accessories-STC12079/dp/B0042NCV8) and trimmed them so that they only went up to the middle of my forearm/sewed gold buttons onto them. They’re…okay? Four cons in they’re starting to wear thin and I’ve got a hole in one of them, but they stood up to having the buttons sewn onto them pretty well!

    I haven’t cosplayed Captain Marvel (yet), but as someone with small hands who often has problems finding gloves that fit well, I’d search for spandex gloves over satin ones. I’ve bought two pairs for different costumes and they fit MUCH better. I think last time I googled something like “spandex elbow length bridesmaids gloves” and found a bunch of colors.

  6. nolansphotos:


    Cosplayer: Unknown, Special Edition 2014

    (c) 2014 Chris EG Nolan

    The Huntress is weirdoqueen


  7. "

    Fan: How does it feel like to see fans cosplaying their characters at the show?

    Simone mentioned four girls who cosplaying as the Birds of Prey and Power Girl at the con and said it just not the looks, they actually play the characters. She also talks about a Misfit and a Black Alice, two characters Simone created for DC that were at the con as well. She said “it’s just absolutely amazing. It’s the best.” Tynion agreed, “It’s the best feeling in the world.”



    A friend texted me after the panel to tell me, and I’m so so happy. That’s was our group, myself ( felicisrook ) as Black Alice, ne-ala as Misfit (made by pincushioned), kokorokristin as Power Girl, pincushioned as Lady Blackhawk, weirdoqueen as Huntress and latveriansewingsociety as Black Canary! I am soo sooooo happy that we got to meet gailsimone , she’s such an inspiration to us, and giving us hope that we’ll see better treatment of female characters who are people and character and have depth and not just a plot device. And that they can still do all of this and be sexy or whomever they want to be.

    We should have taken a picture with Gail sitting… her red hair would have made her our Oracle… 

    Been happy crying since I saw this article!

    (Source: comicsrefueled.wordpress.com, via felicisrook)

  8. megaotero:

    Black Canary #specialedition #specialeditionnyc #specialeditioncomiccon #senyc #comiccon #blackcanary #dc #dccomics #superheroine #cosplay #costume #cosplayer (at Jacob K Javits Convention Center)

    Thanks for snapping my photo! :D

  9. fashiontipsfromcomicstrips:



    Compiled by Betty Felon

    Although cosplay has been present for decades within the comics, anime, and sci-fi/fantasy fandoms, social media has played an integral role in the thriving communities of costuming that exist, such as Cosplay.com and the Superhero Costuming Forum. Over the years, the cosplay community has evolved into a creative outlet for many fans to establish and showcase some impressive feats of homemade disguise, craftsmanship, and sartorial superheroics at conventions. In honor of the caped crusaders of the convention scene, ComicsAlliance has created Best Cosplay Ever (This Week), an ongoing collection of some of the most impeccable, creative, and clever costumes that we’ve discovered and assembled into a super-showcase of pure fan-devoted talent.

    The comics, sci-fi, gaming and fantasy communities’ talents for homemade disguises, craftsmanship, and sartorial superheroics are definitely on display this weekend at the first ever Special Edition: NYC, and we were there to check out the show as well as capture some of the stellar cosplay on display.


    Check out some of the awesome cosplayers I ran into at Special Edition: NYC this past weekend :)

    Our BoP group is on ComicsAlliance’s Best Cosplay Ever! :D Our Huntress and Power Girl are so awesome they’re even on it TWICE. It was great meeting the super nice and lovely bettyfelon!

    Black Canary - @latveriansewingsociety
    Lady Blackhawk - pincushioned
    Black Alice - felicisrook
    Power Girl - kokorokristin
    Huntress - weirdoqueen
    Misfit - nealado @ twitter

  10. Care for a game of cat and mouse?

    latveriansewingsociety as Black Cat
    kokorokristin as Catwoman
    felicisrook as Photographer


    (Source: felicisrook)