Welcome to Gamma Squad’s regular Friday comic book cosplay feature, spotlighting the best superhero (and villain) related costuming from the cosplay community. This week a special theme week, casting the spotlight on those cosplayers who have recreated costumes from the Teen Titans title.
Gamma Squad is committed to giving a voice to the cosplay community that thrives in groups like 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:
But in the meantime, let’s continue with our special Teen Titans theme week.
A whole bunch of Titans from this great cosplay group. Fantastic work all round!
The original Wonder Girl’s Perez era costume’s lovingly created here and looks amazing in this shot.
Nightwing in his Titans era costume in this shot, with cosplayer and photography in harmony. (Let’s pretend Discowing never happened, right?)
Wonder Girl cosplay by Alisa Chan. Source: The Superhero Costuming Forum
From one Wonder Girl to another as well-known cosplayer Alisa Chan puts her mark on the Cassie Sandsmark character.
And what are the Teen Titans without their villains? A great version of one of the most well known – Deathstroke.
Terra Cosplay by Hakubi Michi. Source: Cosplay.com
And Deathstroke’s not the only villain the Titans have faced. Hakubi Michi looks great in costume as the Titan who almost brought the team down from the inside.
Vic Stone might be one of the more enduring Titans characters, but he’s rarely cosplayed. We’re glad this cosplayer made the attempt. He definitely look the part.
Original Titan Raven gets an awesome cosplay treatment from Camilliette. Loving the look and the shot.
Starfire cosplayed by Ruby Rocket at San Diego Comic-Con 2008. Photo by James Jarvis. Source: Amos Blog
Cosplayer and burlesque performer Ruby Rocket presents her take on Starfire. Loving the big Perez era hair.
Proving you don’t have to be an adult to cosplay are this adorable pair.