You'll be hard pressed to find anyone who wasn't disappointed with 'Silent Hill: Revelation,' but to the film's credit, it certainly got Pyramid Head right. The iconic villain from the 'Silent Hill' movie series and video game franchise is one of the most visually striking and terrifying horror characters in recent memory, so it's only appropriate that we celebrate Halloween today with some absolutely stunning cosplay depicting the character in all of his (its?) brutal glory.
As a superhero, Captain America has always been about being a symbol more than a man, so it's somehow appropriate that today's cosplay sees the first Avenger transformed into one kick-ass duo! If Captain America was actually Captains of America, we imagine they'd look something like cosplayers Amanda Herbert and Chris Murray.
At first glance, there is nothing spectacular about this Margaery Tyrell cosplay from the New York Comic-Con. Hair? Check. Dress? Check. Ample (ahem) cleavage? Check. But, then comes the cosplay twist that turns this fairly run-of-the-mill cosplay into maybe the best 'Game of Thrones' cosplay we've seen.
Anne Hathaway's take on Selina Kyle and Catwoman in 'The Dark Knight Rises' may have redefined the character for a new generation of moviegoers, but for our money, you still can't beat Michelle Pfeiffer's sexy and crazy take on the character from Tim Burton's 'Batman Returns.' It seems that cosplayer Belladonna agrees. After all, she's gone and created a near-perfect replica of the iconic costume.
Seemingly overnight, Green Arrow has gone from being one of DC Comics' B-listers to the biggest superhero on television thanks to The CW's 'Arrow.' As with all things geeky, newfound popularity always means a surge in cosplay. However, this take on television's favorite costumed vigilante isn't just shockingly well done, it comes from a cosplayer who has a history with this character from before he was a big deal.
Although his brother's name is the one on the poster and in the opening titles, Loki (and by extension, actor Tom Hiddleston) has one of the hearts of the fans. The scheming Norse god and Marvel supervillain menaced Asgard in 'Thor,' brought an alien invasion to Earth in 'The Avengers' and will soon return to the big screen in 'Thor: The Dark World.' Calm down, Tumblr. We can hear you breathing from here.
With Loki fever in the air, how about a Rule 63 take on the beloved bad guy?
It'll be quite some time before we actually get to see what James Spader's bad guy will look like in Joss Whedon's 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron,' but we'll be perfectly honest: we hope he's half as cool and menacing as this cosplayer. Seriously, this is no cheap, quick costume; under the proper lighting, this thing could work for an actual superhero movie!
Most of the time, cosplay is simply geek exhibitionism at its finest, a chance for someone to pay tribute to a character they love and to make other fans of said character happy. But that's not every case.
The Cybertronic Spree's elaborate 'Transformers' cosplay is a part of their act. Yep, they're probably the only band in the world that dresses like Autobots and performs songs from the 'Transformers: The Movie' soundtrack.
The world of 'Tron' lends itself perfectly to cosplay. Well, in theory. The colorful costumes seen in the Grid are totally unique from anything else in pop culture and very cool to look at, but how do you go about making one actually look good? If you think that sounds like a ton of work, you'd be right. Thankfully, there are cosplayers like Annisse out there, showing everyone else how to do it right.