During the period of 1991 to 2004, the White Wolf Gaming Studio created The World of Darkness.
It was a dark cyberpunk near-future version of the modern world in the form of a table-top role-playing game. In this world you could play as a vampire struggling with your inhumanity, a mage discovering the esoteric patterns underlying reality, a werewolf fighting to regain environmental equilibrium, a fae being navigating strange and treacherous faerie courts and urban decay, or a wraith exploring the realms of the afterlife. And these are only a few prominent examples of what to expect in the World of Darkness: a role-playing game created for mature players with disturbing and, conversely, intelligent and philosophical themes.
We all know that cosplay takes a lot of work and dedication. And we all know from a certain frog that being emerald hued is no picnic either. With that and the theme of the day in mind, enjoy this gallery of awesome green cosplays!
Ah rule 63! That which states: “For every given male character, there is a female version of that character, and vice versa” (tvtropes.com). We’re all familiar with Batwoman, She-hulk, Supergirl, Hawkgirl, and Spider-Woman, but where’s our male counterparts of female superheroines? Check out these male cosplayers reinventing the genre with their take on classic comic, gaming, and fantasy heroines.
Obligatory spoiler warning for Captain America: The Winter Soldier in case anyone’s got their mother reading over their shoulder or something and she hasn’t seen it yet.
After several viewings of Captain America: The Winter Soldier I decided to go re-read the comics it was based on even though this was in no way a shot for shot remake of a story like Watchmen or Sin City. That being said, I wasn’t expecting to find too many parallels with the movie. It turns out I was wrong and there were quite a few places where the books perfectly match up with the film. Thus, I have gathered together the ten best moments from The Winter Soldier taken straight from the comic books.
If you missed my interview withRené Koiterhere, you should really go back and read it. Even if it’s just to watch the stellar video footage of his entry asKhal Drogoin the Blizzard Halloween Costume Contest last year.
This time he was accompanied by Rebecca Watts, who built an AMAZING Daenerys! And what better way to capture such an amazing Cosplay, than with a photo shoot together!!
Based on the popular video game series, Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fisttells the coming of age story of Ryu and Ken, along with the origins of the game’s most iconic characters.
Machinima is no stranger to live-action adaptations of video games, with Mortal Kombat: Legacy premiering on their YouTube channel back in April 2011. The show was renewed for a second season which premiered in September 2013.