• People can't believe how much this cosplayer looks like Wonder Woman 

    Fans are having trouble telling her and Gal Gadot apart.

  • Cosplayers brought the fire at New York Comic Con 2017

    New York Comic Con hit the Javits Center this week, and — as they do every year — cosplayers brought their A game. From Beauty and the Beast to Rey to, of course, Wonder Woman, this year's cosplay crew took their creativity to new heights. (And that great natural lighting in the Javits Center lobby doesn't hurt, either.) SEE ALSO: Survival tips for your weekend at New York Comic Con Here are a few of our favorites ... so far. Image: Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images Image: Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images Image: Mike Coppola/Getty Images Image: Mike Coppola/Getty Images Image: Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images Image: Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images Image: Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images Image: Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images Image: Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images Image: Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images Image: Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images WATCH: Mark your calendars, the 'Wonder Woman' sequel finally has a release date

  • YouTuber's 'Pennywise' makeup tutorial defended by cosplay influencer

    A fitness and cosplay influencer has struck a nerve with fans after posting a “rant” on Facebook about critics trolling a beloved makeup artist’s take on Pennywise, the creepy clown from It.

  • 'Star Wars' fan clubs honor Carrie Fisher at Comic-Con

    SAN DIEGO (AP) — Four "Star Wars" costuming clubs held a tribute to their favorite fallen princess at Comic-Con.

  • Liev Schreiber Took His Son to Comic-Con Dressed as Harley Quinn

    Actor Liev Schreiber attended Comic-Con this year, and brought along his 8- and 9-year-old sons. The San Diego Comic-Con (which, believe it or not, used to actually feature comic books) is an annual celebrity fest these days. One such notable, Liev Schreiber, was in attendance this year, partly to promote, but also to parent.

  • Wonder Woman, Deadpool, and Your Other Favorite Heroes Give Relationship Advice

    Walking the floors of WonderCon, you can find just about anything — including your favorite superheroes and genre entertainment characters, courtesy of the many talented and dedicated cosplayers who attend the convention. Taking a colder heart than his onscreen inspiration, a Deadpool dead-ringer tells #Obsessed, “My relationship advice to you is, just don’t have any relationships.” Iron Man agrees: “Don’t get tied down.” Then again, a billionaire playboy with the ability to fly would say that.

  • ‘Star Wars’ Villains, Deadpool, Iron Man & Others Share Their Cosplay Tips

    #Obsessed went to WonderCon 2017 in Anaheim, Calif., and got the scoop from some truly dedicated cosplayers about tips, tricks, and harsh realities of the increasingly visible pastime. It’s really warm,” said one man, whose impressive, battle-damaged Iron Man cosplay armor is well-worn both inside and out.

  • 'Superhero' Couple Gets Married, and Their Wedding Will Give You All the Feels

    Cosplayers Carina and Sørine are the most famous cosplayers in Denmark. While they like to dress up for fun, they decided to keep things traditional on their wedding day. The couple told Yahoo that they went to the same elementary school growing up, but only reconnected as adults when they ran into each other at a comic book store. After years of friendship, they fell in love, and after about a year of dating got engaged. Watch moments from their fairytale wedding in the video above.

  • 5 Amazing Cosplay Proposals

    Cosplayers James Reese and his partner, Anthony Grillo, recently got engaged while wearing Power Rangers suits. The magical moment was recorded, and the video went viral, racking up more than 100,000 views on Facebook. The Power Ranger-loving couple aren’t the first to get engaged while in costume. Check out four other amazing creative cosplay proposals.

  • This Mighty Proposal Between Power Rangers Shows Just How Romantic Cosplay Can Be

    Speaking to, Grillo described what cosplay means to him, and his words basically make us wonder why we all don’t get involved: “Cosplay allowed me to meet my partner — James Reese — who is someone that I can suit up with, be nerdy with, geek out with.

  • The Most Stylish Celebration of Geekery at New York Comic Con

     There once was a time when comic book conventions were merely a marketplace for comic book fans. That was a long time ago. Now that comic book heroes and their resplendent on-screen representations have dazzled the entire world and taken over popular entertainment as we know it, comic cons have become much more than a place to swap your dusty copy of The Uncanny X-Men #94.While most people don't have multi-million dollar budgets, computer graphics, or cutting-edge costume design to create the types of costumes we've seen on the screen for Deadpool, Harley Quinn, and the like, many fans still go all out for comic cons and flex their cosplay muscles. And Now that the New York Comic Con is in full swing, we wanted to recognize some of the most spectacular cosplayers ? those who skimped on no details when it came to both costume and make-up, transforming themselves into the stuff of legends.

  • Mermen Are Having a Moment

    Grown men are dressing up as the male equivalent of mermaids – mermen – and making some serious waves with their unconventional modes of expression.

  • We've Reached Peak Mermaid With These New Scaly Tights

    Is this what Ariel looked like mid-transition? (Photo: Tinkercast/Etsy) Women typically do everything they can to avoid having scaly skin — but one Etsy seller is banking on the opposite. Mashable recently made us aware of Germany-based designer Daniel Struzyna, who creates tights covered in shimmery, mermaid-like scales. Each pair of the $70-plus stockings is handmade to order, using flexible, three-dimensional silicone — and every single review of the of the mythical product, which may resemble Ariel’s legs mid-transition, boasts five stars. ...