The Lego Batman video game was the first Lego game to use voice acting. It also implemented an open world environment. The Lego games rekindled my love for all things Lego, kudos to their marketing/development team, and I now own quite a few Lego Marvel mini figs. Fun fact: Lego is the world’s largest tire manufacturer.
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I'm not cool enough to know who this person is cosplaying as. Anyone know? Admittedly, it seems I only ever know about half of the cosplays that I see. I still think they are all very cool, if for nothing else than the time and effort it took. If you know who this character is, please leave a comment. Thanks.
Who is your favorite X-Men character? For me, this is a very tough question. Iceman? Phoenix? A lot depends on the decade, really, since the characters and even the lineup of the team changes so frequently. Psylocke has always been on the top of my list though. While it is hard to champion her as my absolute favorite, mixing ninja / martial arts action with psychic powers is pretty darn cool. Not to mention her psy-blade. Have you seen the cute Funko POP vinyl action fi...
Loki, typically an enemy of Thor, has aided his brother as well. Loki is the father of Hel, the wolf Fenrir, and the world serpent Jörmungandr. I always like seeing cosplays of Loki, in all of his forms. The horns on this one are great and I really like the fur cape as well. What are some of your favorite cosplays? Loki Funko POP Figure.
Looks like this poor chap got bit while at his prom. That's sad, but it makes for one heck of a zombie costume. This image was taken at the Zombie Walk during Dragon Con, and this guy never broke character. Some of the "zombies" on the walk were very chatty with each other, simply walking along, not acting like zombies at all. But this guy, he brought the fear. It was chilling watching him stumble closer and closer. Don't get left without a weapon during the zombie ap...
This is by far the most amazing pirate costume I've ever seen. I'm simply in awe. From the contacts, to the beard ties, to the feathers in his hat, the details are outstanding. Picture taken at Dragon Con back in 2012. I wonder what this guy cosplays as today? Argh! Get your pirate on.