While all eyes have been on Comic-con these past few days, a smaller convention has been taking place in Japan: Wonder Festival 2011. Here are a few of the cosplayers that GUNJAP managed to capture on film.
Japan cosplayers > American cosplayers
I'm willing to nod earnestly in agreement.
I can honestly say i find none of this to be sexy. Then again, i'm not a weaboo.
im with you too bro, you can read my reason why below.
Only LOSERS Cosplay
Only LOSERS comment on Cosplay articles... just stay away if you hate it so much.
Isn't that what some people say about those who play video games? Funny how some are so quick to attack anyone who insults gaming, then they turn around and insult other people and their hobbies. A hobby is a hobby, and everyone finds different things fun. They're having fun dressing up as game characters, you're having fun gaming, so what's the problem?
Do you support a sports team? Do you have a shirt with the teams emblem or name on it? Do you wear it on a regular basis or just when the team plays? If you do all the above you are also a cosplayer. edit below: I don't think so. They both dress up to show a sport/anime they like. They both meet up in a common place to show their support. Yes sport fans don't pose in their underwear but they have more in common than you think.
that was a bad analogy dude. you are completely wrong with the concept of "cosplaying"
I expect this to hit 1000 degrees soon lol
That Monster Hunter cosplay is just...SNAP, SON!
i know, i havent lost my taste/admiration for japanese women; but most of those girls were creepily gauntly, and looked like little girls. sorry, but i think, american cosplayers look better with their more mature physique. besides, the way japanese artists are drawing anime girls/the depiction/standard they put on them, only american cosplayers can pull it off. only when it comes to the petite anime girls (which little girls would be a better fit), can the japanese pull it off, but it looks very creepy.
unless the next guy is a cosplayer. In which case he can burn in the flames of Mordor with all the wannabe hobbits and wizards.
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