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A South Florida prop maker is bringing the classic X-Men foe to life this weekend at MegaCon with a 7-foot 2-inch Juggernaut costume.
You'll soon be able to FN-2199, FN-2187 or, well, ANY First Order Infantry unit with this official "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" Stormtrooper costume.
The latest episode of "DIY Prop Shop" makes creating a prop replica of Harley Quinn's oversized hammer look downright easy.
This incredible Ant-Man and Antony cosplay is the work of Walkin' & Rollin', a group that creates costumes for children with special needs equipment.
This pint-sized Dark Knight is ready for anything that Gotham, or Superman, can throw at him. But mostly he's ready for a nap.
One cosplayer pays tribute to Jamie Hewlett's art with a black-and-white "cel-shaded" take on Tank Girl.
When Captain America throws his mighty shield, he'll need a couple of powerful electromagnets for it to come back to him.
You'll never defeat Ganon, or complete your Link cosplay, without this official replica Master Sword and Hylian Shield.
Friends, family pay tribute to cosplayer. Looking at Vertigo's sales in wake of "restructuring." Advice for convention venues and hotels. Plus more.
Attending Emerald City Comicon as a redshirt from "Star Trek," a cosplayer enlisted dozens of characters to pose for photos as they "kill or maim" him.
Calling themselves "The Real Finn and Rey," a Utah couple heads to the desert for a spectacular "Star Wars" photo shoot -- with Baby-8 in tow.
Transforming an electric skateboard into a Flying Nimbus, one "Dragon Ball" cosplayer turns heads -- and earns barks -- in a fun street stunt.
Adam Savage inaugurated Silicon Valley Comic Con by dressing not as the movie Hellboy, but Mike Mignola's comic book version.
A bounty hunter Belle tracks down her Wookiee Beast in this inspired Disney/"Star Wars" mashup cosplay from WonderCon.
Sayla Mass and Feldt Grace come to attention with the RX-78 Gundam in this spectacular set of cosplay photos.
Tiny twin cosplayers breached the walls of Long Beach Comic Expo dressed as the Female Titan from "Attack on Titan."
Deadpool cosplay reaches furry new heights with Catpool, the katana-wielding, curtain-climbing Merc With a Mouth (and whiskers).
The pugs of the BPRD assemble for the best "Hellboy"-inspired pet cosplay you're likely to see, well, EVER.
Who needs someone like Lucius Fox when you can simply 3D-print your own superhero mask?
A makeup artist used body paint to transform herself into a zombie Joker, proving that it's possible for the Clown Prince of Crime to be even scarier.
Rated "A" for "Adorable," this compilation photo features kids cosplay ranging from darling Deadpools to teeny Transformers.
Costume designer and cosplayer Kay Pike transforms herself into Captain Marvel, Thanos, Frieza and other characters using only body paint.
The reimagined action figure from Square Enix provides the inspiration for this spectacular Harley Quinn cosplay.
Link is ready for 26th-century combat with this cosplay that mashes together "The Legend of Zelda" with "Halo."
Cosplayers searching for the right look to relive the 1990s classic may have found it with this custom cowl inspired by "Batman: The Animated Series."
NFL receiver Mohamed Sanu lets his Batman fandom out on the field, wearing custom Joker cleats to practice with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Raising the bar for parents everywhere, one talented mom created a Rocket Raccoon costume for her son that's so impressive director James Gunn took notice.
This little boy with cerebral palsy gets to trick-or-treat in style in this custom made Millennium Falcon, complete with "Star Wars" theme music.
Legendary movie makeup-effects creator Rick Baker transformed his daughter into the Clown Prince of Crime for Halloween.
Inspired by fan art that mashed together Jem and the Holograms and the X-Men, a group of cosplayers transformed themselves into “Jaz and the Hardlight Projections."
Eight-year-old Jeremy Miller is ready for Halloween AND for Imperial forces in the incredible "Star Wars" snowspeeder costume his dad created for his wheelchair.
Silk leaps off the pages of Marvel Comics in a pair of stunning cosplay portraits that seem to defy gravity.
Take your Halloween costume to the next level with these makeup video tutorials on characters from Marvel, DC Comics and other franchise films.
What more could a couple of little kids want that to go trick-or-treating as Mad Max and Furiosa in their own radio-controlled War Rig?
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Over the course of seven weekends, one weekend created a precisely proportioned LEGO Boba Fett costume for Halloween.
A store-bought costume may not do justice to Venom, but with makeup, a little skill and this tutorial, you'll be scaring kids as Marvel's favorite symbiote in no time.
The Right Hand of Doom merges with Darth Sidious' apprentice in this "Hellboy"/"Star Wars" cosplay mashup.
No, it's not your imagination: There is a gigantic (and somewhat-noisy) Hulkbuster walking around New York Comic Con.
Scores of Orcs, Elves, Dwarves, men and women rallied over the weekend in the Czech Republic for "The Battle of the Fort."