Expectations for conventions vary heavily, but when over 28,000 people attend one over a four day period there's one thing you can rely on: great cosplay. Atlanta’s MomoCon was no exception.
Held late last month and celebrating anime, animation, comics and video games alike, fans took to the floor to strut their stuff. The following images were taken by Mineralbu Photography and unfortunately not all of the cosplayers involved have been named. But their work deserves to be shared nonetheless. Let's do this.
Cosplay You Can Depend On
Seriously now, where can I buy this? I'd show up to family gatherings with this on and simply stare at relatives, no one truly knowing who was under it. This here is brought to you by Lightheart Creations.
So much yes. All the yes. This here is Sowhatnowjay cosplay, be sure to give him a like!
This genuinely looks like something straight out of a Tim Burton film. The vacant stare, the posture. Great stuff.
Here we have Haiden Hazard rocking the floor with an outfit that I simply could never pull off. Great work!
Riki 'Riddle' Lecotey is seen above absolutely rocking Tifa Lockhart from Final Fantasy VII. She currently has over 400,000 likes on Facebook and I'm sure those numbers can only rise.
A fantastic take on Nick Wilde and Judy Hopps from Zootopia. They've gone all anime on us!
I admit that I have no idea who this cosplayer is meant to be dressed as, but I'm blown away by how those shoes where created. Must have been a painful day. Totally worth it.
Dakota Believes in her abilities as a cosplayer, and so de we. See what I did there? Ha...ha...ha...
Extra Cosplay Shoots From Mineralblu:
K3icos as Luffy from One Piece!
In a Time of Cosplay as Shelke from FFVII!
Luna Grace cosplay as Juliet of Lollipop Chainsaw!
Kadiaa Cosplay as Demon Hunters from Diablo!
Are you a fan of cosplay?
If so, you can check out our interviews with some cosplayers as we ask them why they love what they do!
Sources - Kotaku