It’s time once again for our Friday comic book cosplay feature, spotlighting the best superhero (and villain) related costuming from the cosplay community. We’re casting the spotlight onto those cosplayers who we think deserve special recognition for coming up with the best costumes, whatever the budget, and the photographers who capture them for posterity.
Gamma Squad is committed to giving a voice to the cosplay community that thrives in groups like our friends at TheSuperheroCostumingForum.com. Each week we spotlight our favorite costumes and each month we host a cosplay contest. We’ll be picking a theme for each month and inviting cosplayers, costumers and photographers to submit related pictures of their work to our Flickr group to be considered. We’ll then pick our top choices and post them on Gamma Squad for the adoration of all.
The theme for the upcoming month is:
- Super Villains and Diabolical Foes
For now, enjoy this week’s selection!
An incredible cosplay of the son of Wolverine starts this week’s feature with a bang. Or possibly a snikt.
Perennial favorite Power Girl makes a welcome return to this feature in this recent, and eyecatching, cosplay.
A suitably impressive cosplay of one of the main entries in Spider-man’s rogues gallery.
With Barbara Gordon donning the cowl in the comics once again, look out for even more great cosplays like this one.
Tank Girl cosplay by Jia Jem. Photo by Kyle Johnsen. Source: Cosplay.com
Beloved of children of the 90s, Tank Girl gets the cosplay treatment here. If only the movie had been this much fun.
Ragman cosplay by Brad of The Superhero Costuming Forum at Ikkicon. Photo by Frank. Source: The SCF
It’s always great to see love for more obscure comic creations, like this one, and a kick ass cosplay to boot.
Another fantastic costume by Its-Raining-Neon. This time an Avenger favorite.
The chilling Scarecrow’s brought to life in this blood splattered cosplay.
One of the newest characters to wear the X, Pixie’s already proving a hit with cosplayers and fans alike.
Heading to the funny books for the last of today’s selection, with a fun attempt at cosplaying Bill Watterson’s famous pair.