33-DSC05757.JPG There is an amazing list of film and television guests for visitors to meet, including actor John Morton, who is making a rare UK appearance. Devan is channeling her inner Lynda Carter with this Wonder Woman outfit, which looks straight out of the 1975 television show. Taper down the top of both ears at the top, to keep ear from sticking out too much. Cut out four ear patterns from the fleece and two ear patterns from the interfacing. Measure and cut slits into the hood of the hoodie on both sides of the head where you want the ears. Anatrail added a druidic symbol in fabric paint to the shoulder of her hoodie, customizing it even more and creating a hoodie that announces her loyalties to anyone who plays WoW. Insert the end of each ear into a slit and sew it shut, attaching the ear to the hood fabric. Sandwich the interfacing between two fleece ear cuts, and sew the three layers together.

During Preview Night at Comic-Con, we spotted two of the best video game costumes so far: Half-Life’s Gordon Freeman, complete with Gravity Gun, and Ezio from Assassin’s Creed 2. For a minute we thought we’d miraculously spotted former Joystiq blogger (and amateur Gordon Freeman lookalike) Ross Miller, and were set to pounce on him, but thankfully we noticed at the last minute and averted disaster. John has appeared in hit films such as A Bridge Too Far, Superman 2, Flash Gordon and portrayed Dak Ralter, Luke Skywalker’s gunner, during the battle of Hoth in the Empire Strikes Back. Nak then pulls off an impression of Harry Potter, and even of John Hurt in the film Alien, complete with a protruding monster from his belly. The Multiverse Cosplay Show will feature cosplayers of all skill levels, separated into categories by experience – so even if you’re a first-timer, don’t be afraid to enter the list and show us your creative costume! While dressing as The Grinch on your own would be fun, it would be even better to get your friends to dress as Cindy Lou-Who and a few other Who’s to make this into a group cosplay!

While watching it, we’re left wondering why we’ve yet to see a multiplayer fighting game in the same style as Super Smash Bros. This week on Stiq Figures, we’re getting really excited about the next game in the Super Smash Bros. Super Cosplay Bros. would be a hit, we’re sure of it! Taking a glance at those marvelous cosplay costumes displayed in the showcase, you perhaps can’t help to pick it immediately. But those extremely similar suits really help you make the same looks with those doughty men and feel like undergoing journeys created by them. Coming soon in World of WarCrafts: “flick paint” stenciling; a playlist of music designed to complement your WoW-time; a mind-boggling sculpture created by a WoW-playing father for his WoW-playing son; plus more plushies and more WoW-themed cakes. Filkers, contact us via our tips line (attention: World of WarCrafts) — not-for-profit work only, please. World of WarCrafts is looking for WoW filkers.

We offers a wide variety of similar Movie & TV costumes products on Cicig, so you can find just what you’re looking for. It may come unstyled, so picking up some hair glue or styling products may be necessary. Bayonetta 2, the new Platinum Games and Nintendo joint starring a witch wearing a jumpsuit made of her own hair, will officially be available on the North American Wii U just in time for Halloween. Never mind whether it will replace the traditional shopping method. This Pennywise costume I find is actually surprisingly quite versatile, you can play the part of the killer clown by mixing this outfit with the mask from above, a very convincing, incredible Pennywise will be erected and you can be sure to be the best dressed with very minimal effort. The mask alone transforms the outfit but with the added collar ad shirt you are sure to be an amazing Pennywise. Making the shirt really couldn’t be easier! Halloween is my favorite holiday, but it’s a wasteful one. Neverware: Cancelled PC Games Part One: Check out part one of our look at various cancelled PC games over the years. Samanthiel says. “Those heels and boots were massacre on our feet, so we only wore the costume for Saturday morning of the con and sometime into the afternoon.” While none of the group are professional costumers, they did reap the benefit of Vexander’s (Scarlet Commander Mograine) years of experience costuming, armorcrafting and leatherworking for Society of Creative Anachronism (SCA) events.