If you've ever watched 'Transformers' back in the day, you probably remember the rambunctious Decepticon named Starscream. This robot of the skies always wanted to wrestle command of the Decepticons away from Megatron, but was almost always foiled, usually by his own doing. Today we honor him and his be-smirked face as the Cosplay of the Day!
Cosplay of the Day - Page 4
Ariel from Disney's 'The Little Mermaid' is one of the most-beloved Disney princesses of all time. She had an air about her that was spunky, confident and adventurous, which helped ring in the Disney renaissance era.
We're still not entirely sure what kind of creature Totoro from 'My Neighbor Totoro' is, but we do know he's big, friendly and makes one damn-good neighbor. With that said, we thought it was prime time to feature a great Cosplay of the Day starring the big lug himself!
It's been 50 years since 'Doctor Who' first started, and in that time it's managed to gather loads of fans called Whovians. Now, every Whovian will champion one Doctor over another, always extolling the virtues of their favorite incarnation of the Time Lord. Today, we're featuring the most recent incarnation, the Eleventh Doctor, as the Cosplay of the Day. And what we've found was jaw-dropping.
Raise your hand if you like Disney movies. Even though we can't really see you past the confines of this computer screen, we're pretty certain a healthy amount of hands just shot up into the air. Today's Cosplay of the Day features Cinderella, one of the very first Disney princesses who had her dreams come true, though we question the actual functionality of glass slippers.
When you think about comic books and popular franchises, chances are that you'll come across 'X-Men' at some point. Everyone's got their own favorite mutant with cool superpowers, but we're choosing the X-Men's favorite Cajun to feature in the Cosplay of the Day!
There's no doubt that Jack Skellington from Henry Selick's 'The Nightmare Before Christmas' is an immensely popular character. He's even made his way from the big screen to video games, having appeared in the Kingdom Heart series! But thanks to his skeletal character design, it might be a big challenge to those wanting to cosplay him. Well, we found someone who did a mighty fine job.
Nickelodeon's 'Avatar: The Last Airbender' has plenty of fun, goofy characters that always seem to know how to break the tension. Aang, our protagonist, is a young boy who possesses a great sense of humor and a lightheartedness that brings joy to those around him. But when he goes into the Avatar State, you can bet that things are going to get very real.
Fans of anime might recall 'Cowboy Bebop' from Adult Swim's late-night lineup, especially because it was the first anime series they ever aired. If so, then they'd probably also remember its cast of cooler-than-cool characters. Today we've got Spike Spiegel's right-hand man, Jet Black, who happens to be missing an arm. But, hey, at least he's got a rockin' cybernetic arm.
A few of you might remember 'Chip 'n Dale's Rescue Rangers' when it aired on the Disney Channel in the late '80s. Or, if you're a child of the '90s, you might remember it airing during the Disney Afternoon programming block towards the tail-end of the decade. Either way, you probably loved Gadget Hackwrench and her spunky attitude!