Continuing with cosplay of characters I don’t often see at Baltimore Comic-Con was this person cosplaying as Kate Kane from the DC Bombshells Universe. We discuss her inspiration for choosing the character as well as how she put the costume together.
I’m always on the lookout for cosplay that goes beyond the usual mainstays, so when I saw someone dressed as Ryuk, a shinigami from Death Note, I had to speak with the cosplayer to find out why they chose to cosplay from that manga/anime. She
I was incredibly impressed when I saw this steampunk Gotham group standing in line for the costume contest. The attention to detail was incredible! But I shouldn’t be surprised, because two of the members of the group were in the Peewee Herman cosplay group last
Kevin created a Hawkman costume and, like many of the others at the competition, was stretching his costuming skills to create it. Learn what he found difficult and what lessons he took from that. I will say I’m surprised that his attention to detail and
It was the headpiece that drew me to want to speak to Patrice about her Queen Amidala costume, but as we spoke, I came to learn how intricate the entire costume was. And I wasn’t the only one to find this costume amazing, as she
It’s always so neat to see the more tech-focused cosplay because it requires a whole extra level of work on top of the design work and costume design. This team created a Delorean to go along with their Doc Brown and Marty McFly costumes.
It was once again a very creative year for cosplay at Baltimore Comic-Con. Enjoy photos of the many creative costumes I came across. (note: if you want a higher resolution version, leave a comment below and make sure to put your email address in the
It was Batman Day on Saturday and so a panel of Batman and Bat-Family creatives came together to celebrate. It was the most interactive panel of the weekend and I loved that about it. They mentioned Harley would take over (a reference to Jimmy Palmiotti
Last year I interviewed the winner of the costume contest and that was so much fun, I decided to interview more of the contestants as they were waiting to be judged. Although I Hate Fairyland is still on my to-read pile, I love the aesthetic and