Greatest Game Cosplay Ever (This Week): Pokemon Gijinka, Jubilee, Bane + MoreJohn Llewellyn Martin |
This week in the Greatest Game Cosplay Ever, we're taking a look at a few more pieces of Pokemon gijinka and a handful of other costumes that beg to be seen. Have you ever gone around a convention and marveled at the number of people who are dressed sort of like non-human characters... but also not? That's called gijinka, my friend! It's the art of personifying non-human characters with dress or costumes.
Here we have some prime examples of how you can take some elements from a particular character and fashion a suit after it in order to make an instantly recognizable costume. Check them out below and don't forget to appreciate the other costumes, like the incredibly-convincing take on Ira Gamagoori from 'Kill La Kill'.
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All images were shot by Darshelle Stevens and Anna Fischer. Check the links to see more of their amazing art and to stay up-to-date on their latest shoots with some of the world's premiere cosplayers.
KO Cosplay as Wartortle Gijinka (Pokemon)
Miggy Jagger as Manriel (Rule 63 Ariel)
Byndo Gehk as Totodile Gijinja (Pokemon)
Chubear as Sailor Galaxia (Sailor Moon)
Megustaguy as Bane (The Dark Knight Rises)
Hazel Honeysuckle as Jubilee (X-Men)
Unknown as Gyrados Gijinka (Pokemon)
Sev Cosplay as Ira Gamagori (Kill La Kill)
Dessi-Desu Cosplay as Sailor Cosmos (Sailor Moon)
Stella Chuu as Rei Ayanami (Neon Genesis Evangelion)