An Amazon user left everyone in stitches after sharing a story on how they bought a large number of sex toys as part of their “Naruto” cosplay. Disclaimer, the item is of NSFW content.
An engineer was the star of Otakon 2019 after he showcased his life-like creation of the Primaris Ultramarine suit from the classic game “Warhammer 40,000.”
To protect his baby from the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), a Chinese cosplayer has created a baby carrier inspired by the popular Hideo Kojima game “Death Stranding.”
The cosplayer, who goes by the handle White Shadow R&D and is a user of Douyin (China’s version of TikTok), showcases his creation in a now-viral picture on Twitter, according to SoraNews24.
A female bodybuilder who brought the “Street Fighter” character Chun-Li to life by wearing cosplay is now in the front lines fighting to contain the novel coronavirus.
Yuan Herong, the muscular doctor from Shandong Province, China, shared her intentions in helping to fight the epidemic on Instagram.
A 28-year-old anime-loving cosplayer recently became the youngest member of Taiwan’s parliament.
Lai Pin-yu, a known local activist, won the 12th constituency in Taipei following the 2020 Taiwanese legislative election earlier this month.
Chinese authorities reportedly arrested nine citizens regarded as “spiritually Japanese” for actions allegedly promoting “anti-China extremism” late last month.
The arrests, which involved cartoonists and cosplayers, marks the first time a relatively large group of so-called people were apprehended across six cities in one day.
Enako, who is known as Japan’s top cosplayer, returned to this year’s Summer Comiket event and attracted a jaw-dropping sized crowd to take pictures of her.
Summer Comiket 2019 attracted around 730,000 attendees, breaking the previous record of 590,000 at 2013’s event, according to Crunchyroll.
Yet another proof of the modern adage “Asian Don’t Raisin” — a 50-year-old female Japanese cosplayer is winning hearts online for her age-defying high school anime cosplay.
Becoming an anime character without any expertise in cosplay has just gotten easier with these new anime masks from Japan.
According to Soranews24, Japanese firm Muni Muni Works created the unisex masks to allow anyone to “look good” with “girlish outfits” regardless of one’s appearance or gender.
A cosplayer from Malaysia has gone viral for their spot-on cosplay of Bruno and Giorno from the cult favorite anime and manga “Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure”.
K-pop star Johyun of the girl band Berry Good, is facing backlash online after critics deemed her League of Legends cosplay as “too revealing.”
The singer was dressed as the fox character Ahri from League of Legends for OGN’s “Game Dolympic 2019: Golden Card” eSports event, according to South China Morning Post.
Meet Sailormilaje, a talented cosplay group who created unique costumes by combining two different popular franchises: “Black Panther” and “Sailor Moon.”