Junji Ito has created some of the most striking horror manga ever made. His style is instantly recognisable and keeps inspiring cosplayers who aim to bring his nightmares to life.
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Last month, Kotaku posted what it thought could be this year’s last cosplay gallery. For an in-person show, that’s probably true! This spring’s Comiket, always a big cosplay draw, was cancelled. However, the show was reborn in an online iteration, with cosplayers doing their thing even while in quarantine.
In any other year this would be the time where we’d only just be ramping up our cosplay event coverage as we approached shows like Anime Expo and Comic Con, but in 2020, where everything is terrible, we are not. Instead, somehow, March’s PAX East is probably going to end up being the last show we feature on this site for a very long time.
Rick Boer, once known around these parts as the King of Metal Gear cosplay, has got older and become a family man. Which hasn’t stopped his cosplay efforts; it just means he’s got someone else around to help out.
For a few years now on April 1, cosplayers from around the world have joined in on a common joke and posted some pics. This year’s effort, though, took on some added significance, as without any major cosplay cons taking place in the foreseeable future, this “con” was as close to a show as anyone was going to get for a while.
In this short Legend of Micah video, four professional stuntmen decide to dress up like they’re in The Mandalorian and just absolutely go to town on each other.