Kate “Hawkeye” Bishop. I haven’t shot a bow in five years and it is REALLY obvious, but I was out last weekend showing some love for Team Hawkguy at Starfest!
Cosplay made and worn by me
Photography and edits done by WeNeals Photography and Retouching
I think maybe we had way too much fun goofing off.
Photo by Cantera Cosplay
Spiderman: Alpha Team Cosplay
Red Hood: Ednoncosplay
EVENTS ARE BEING SET IN MOTION!
and I’m dying~ <3
Spider-Man is the best sport.
Photographed by Jonathan Duran
Wow, that’s some awesome cosplay. Bizarrely the DCnU Black Canary costume looks better in real life than in the comics. Who knew?
It is almost offensive how amazing some of these cosplay photo shoots are becoming. Good lord.
LOOK at that! Amazing job from everyone concerned!
Go back to your respective universes, Spidey and Bats. You’re drunk.
Blink and they’ll get you, Wade! Run while you can!
The Iron Throne belongs to House Justice.
Medieval Batman and Aquaman Cosplay
Armor by Samuel Lee
what the what
Here is just a sample of some of my recent photo project, CONsent, which you can read about here.
Please read and spread the word around. I got to work with some great cosplayers, photographers and fans and I really hope to continue this project if it gains enough support.
Thank you for looking!
I just want to say that as a cosplayer at cons, this is a real issue. The amount of things that get said (and mostly REQUESTED) to us is ridiculous. This deserves a signal boost.
On Facebook a couple days ago BelleChere posted basically asking people to not proposition her. Throughout the comments she noted she was married and neither one of them appreciated creepy comments made toward her. A number of people proceeded to argue with her saying that because she dressed up, it was okay.
I know a ton of people who have dealt with harassment at cons and they feel like they can’t say anything because it’s a convention. WRONG. You deserve to feel safe no matter where you are. Dressing up is not giving someone permission to say something to you or do anything to you.
This is a great project and it gets a boost from me.
The other Laras all wore khakis, combat boots, grey tanks, had a bow and did some blood makeup. I think we were all pretty excited. We were taking pictures in the booth and then we moved out towards the walkway so that people walking by could see a group of Lara Crofts. We took more pictures and then this guy comes up and asks if he could ask a few questions. His partner had a more professional looking camera and so I think all of us just shrugged and said ok.” Wizemann had been interviewed in the past and said everything seemed normal. That is, until the interviewer asked his first question, “How does it feel to be at a convention where none of the men could please you?
We interviewed one of the cosplayers and got a statement from PAX.