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TOKYOPOP: Cosplay Friday #17


What a week it’s been, you guys! From Google Glass (which will take your Dragon Ball Z cosplay to the next level) to Russian meteorites (which will take Putin’s power level over 9,000) to the PS4 announcement (for the inevitable Putin Ball Z crossover game), it’s been an action-packed week. So, go ahead, take a load off and relax because it’s Cosplay Friday and we’ve got all the latest and greatest cosplay from around the web.


Is it just us or does Samus Aran need to work on her camoflague skills? Check out neko-tin’s rad cosplay.


If you weren’t sold on the prospect of the new Star Wars movies, then let Shea Standefer’s epic Jaina Solo cosplay assuage your fears.


Even the Colonel is getting into the spirit of things as he dons his Goku finest to promote the upcoming Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods film.


Did you see Papermanthe Oscar-nominated short that played before Wreck-It Ralph? Well, peep these cosplayers. Kudos to Miss Wendybird for the costume work and Simply Colorful on these captures.


When it comes to cosplay, The Krystal Method isn’t pussyfooting around. Check out her awesome Catwoman digs.

san-lovelyorangeOur necks just turned like Kodamas’ after seeing lovelyorange’s San (Princess Mononoke) cosplay.


The femme versions of these Final Fantasy X men make us wish for an alternate reality version of the game where they were canon.


You may want to cover your monitor in plastic before you look at liui-aquino’s Sanji (One Piece) here because, as they say in Archer, “Sploosh.”


We’d trade our last Vault Key if we could wear this epic Zer0 (Borderlands 2) cosplay just for an hour.


This Hecarim cosplay is in a league of its own… a League of Legends, that is. Seriously though, it’s extremely impressive.

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  1. GhostOfSide3 says:

    I didn’t even think Tokyopop was still around.