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Cosplay, a portmanteau of "costume play", is an activity and performance art in which participants called cosplayers wear costumes and fashion accessories to represent a specific character. Cosplayers often interact to create a subculture, and a broader use of the term "cosplay" applies to any costumed role-playing in venues apart from the stage. Any entity that lends itself to dramatic interpretation may be taken up as a subject. Favorite sources include anime, cartoons, comic books, manga, television series, and video games.

Cosplay grew out of the practice of fan costuming at science fiction conventions, beginning with Morojo's "futuristicostumes" created for the 1st World Science Fiction Convention held in New York City in 1939. The Japanese term "cosplay" (コスプレ, kosupure) was coined in 1984. A rapid growth in the number of people cosplaying as a hobby since the 1990s has made the phenomenon a significant aspect of popular culture in Japan, as well as in other parts of East Asia and in the Western world. Cosplay events are common features of fan conventions, and today there are many dedicated conventions and competitions, as well as social networks, websites, and other forms of media centered on cosplay activities. Cosplay is very popular among all genders, and it is not unusual to see genders switched.

The term "cosplay" is a Japanese portmanteau of the English terms costume and play. The term was coined by Nobuyuki Takahashi of Studio Hard after he attended the 1984 World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon) in Los Angeles and saw costumed fans, which he later wrote about in an article for the Japanese magazine My Anime. Takahashi decided to coin a new word rather than use the existing translation of the English term "masquerade" because that translates into Japanese as "an aristocratic costume", which did not match his experience of the Worldcon. The coinage reflects a common Japanese method of abbreviation in which the first two moras of a pair of words are used to form an independent compound: 'costume' becomes kosu (コス) and 'play' becomes pure (プレ).

Masquerade balls were a feature of the Carnival season in the 15th century, and involved increasingly elaborate allegorical Royal Entries, pageants, and triumphal processions celebrating marriages and other dynastic events of late medieval court life. They were extended into costumed public festivities in Italy during the 16th century Renaissance, generally elaborate dances held for members of the upper classes, which were particularly popular in Venice.

Costume parties (American English) or fancy dress parties (British English) were popular from the 19th century onwards. Costuming guides of the period, such as Samuel Miller's Male Character Costumes (1884) or Ardern Holt's Fancy Dresses Described (1887), feature mostly generic costumes, whether that be period costumes, national costumes, objects or abstract concepts such as "Autumn" or "Night". Most specific costumes described therein are for historical figures although some are sourced from fiction, like The Three Musketeers or Shakespeare characters.

By March 1891, a literal call by one Herbert Tibbits for what would today be described as "cosplayers" was advertised for an event held from March 5-10 that year at the Royal Albert Hall in London, for the so-named Vril-Ya Bazaar and Fete based on a science fiction novel and its characters, published two decades earlier.

A.D. Condo's science fiction comic strip character Mr. Skygack, from Mars (a Martian ethnographer who comically misunderstands many Earthly affairs) is arguably the first fictional character that people emulated by wearing costumes, as in 1908 Mr. and Mrs. William Fell of Cincinnati, Ohio are reported to have attended a masquerade at a skating rink wearing Mr. Skygack and Miss Dillpickles costumes. Later, in 1910, an unnamed woman won first prize at masquerade ball in Tacoma, Washington wearing another Skygack costume.

The first people to wear costumes to attend a convention were science fiction fans Forrest J Ackerman and Myrtle R. Douglas, known in fandom as Morojo. They attended the 1939 1st World Science Fiction Convention (Nycon or 1st Worldcon) in the Caravan Hall, New York, USA dressed in "futuristicostumes", including green cape and breeches, based on the pulp magazine artwork of Frank R. Paul and the 1936 film Things to Come, designed and created by Douglas. Ackerman later stated that he thought everyone was supposed to wear a costume at a science fiction convention, although only he and Douglas did.

Fan costuming caught on, however, and the 2nd Worldcon (1940) had both an unofficial masquerade held in Douglas' room and an official masquerade as part of the programme. David Kyle won the masquerade wearing a Ming the Merciless costume created by Leslie Perri, while Robert A. W. Lowndes received second place with a Bar Senestro costume (from the novel The Blind Spot by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint). Other costumed attendees included guest of honor E. E. Smith as Northwest Smith (from C. L. Moore's series of short stories) and both Ackerman and Douglas wearing their futuristicostumes again. Masquerades and costume balls continued to be part of World Science Fiction Convention tradition thereafter. Early Worldcon masquerade balls featured a band, dancing, food and drinks. Contestants either walked across a stage or a cleared area of the dance floor.

Ackerman wore a "Hunchbackerman of Notre Dame" costume to the 3rd Worldcon (1941), which included a mask designed and created by Ray Harryhausen, but soon stopped wearing costumes to conventions. Douglas wore an Akka costume (from A. Merritt's novel The Moon Pool), the mask again made by Harryhausen, to the 3rd Worldcon and a Snake Mother costume (another Merritt costume, from The Snake Mother) to the 4th Worldcon (1946). Terminology was yet unsettled; the 1944 edition of Jack Speer's Fancyclopedia used the term costume party.

Rules governing costumes became established in response to specific costumes and costuming trends. The first nude contestant at a Worldcon masquerade was in 1952; but the height of this trend was in the 1970s and early 1980s, with a few every year. This eventually led to "No Costume is No Costume" rule, which banned full nudity, although partial nudity was still allowed as long as it was a legitimate representation of the character. Mike Resnick describes the best of the nude costumes as Kris Lundi wearing a harpy costume to the 32nd Worldcon (1974) (she received an honorable mention in the competition). Another costume that instigated a rule change was an attendee at the 20th Worldcon (1962) whose blaster prop fired a jet of real flame; which led to fire being banned. At the 30th WorldCon (1972), artist Scott Shaw wore a costume composed largely of peanut butter to represent his own underground comix character called "The Turd". The peanut butter rubbed off, doing damage to soft furnishings and other peoples' costumes, and then began to go rancid under the heat of the lighting. Food, odious, and messy substances were banned as costume elements after that event.

Costuming spread with the science fiction conventions and the interaction of fandom. The earliest known instance of costuming at a convention in the United Kingdom was at the London Science Fiction Convention (1953) but this was only as part of a play. However, members of the Liverpool Science Fantasy Society attended the 1st Cytricon (1955), in Kettering, wearing costumes and continued to do so in subsequent years. The 15th Worldcon (1957) brought the first official convention masquerade to the UK. The 1960 Eastercon in London may have been the first British-based convention to hold an official fancy dress party as part of its programme. The joint winners were Ethel Lindsay and Ina Shorrock as two of the titular witches from the novel The Witches of Karres by James H. Schmitz.

Star Trek conventions began in 1969 and major conventions began in 1972 and they have featured cosplay throughout.

In Japan, costuming at conventions was a fan activity from at least the 1970s, especially after the launch of the Comiket convention in December 1975. Costuming at this time was known as kasou (仮装). The first documented case of costuming at a fan event in Japan was at Ashinocon (1978), in Hakone, at which future science fiction critic Mari Kotani wore a costume based on the cover art for Edgar Rice Burroughs' novel A Fighting Man of Mars. In an interview Kotani states that there were about twenty costumed attendees at the convention's costume party—made up of members of her Triton of the Sea fan club and Kansai Entertainers (関西芸人, Kansai Geinin), antecedent of the Gainax anime studio—with most attendees in ordinary clothing. One of the Kansai group, an unnamed friend of Yasuhiro Takeda, wore an impromptu Tusken Raider costume (from the film Star Wars) made from one of the host-hotel's rolls of toilet paper. Costume contests became a permanent part of the Nihon SF Taikai conventions from Tokon VII in 1980.

Possibly the first costume contest held at a comic book convention was at the 1st Academy Con held at Broadway Central Hotel, New York in August 1965. Roy Thomas, future editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics but then just transitioning from a fanzine editor to a professional comic book writer, attended in a Plastic Man costume.

The first Masquerade Ball held at San Diego Comic-Con was in 1974 during the convention's 6th event. Voice actress June Foray was the master of ceremonies. Future scream queen Brinke Stevens won first place wearing a Vampirella costume. Forrest J Ackerman, the creator of Vampirella, was in attendance and posed with Stevens for photographs. They became friends and, according to Stevens "Forry and his wife, Wendayne, soon became like my god parents." Photographer Dan Golden saw a photograph of Stevens in the Vampirella costume while visiting Ackerman's house, leading to him hiring her for a non-speaking role in her first student film, Zyzak is King (1980), and later photographing her for the cover of the first issue of Femme Fatales (1992). Stevens attributes these events to launching her acting career.

As early as a year after the 1975 release of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, audience members began dressing as characters from the movie and role-playing (although the initial incentive for dressing-up was free admission) in often highly accurate costumes.

Costume-Con, a convention dedicated to costuming, was first held in January 1983. The International Costumers Guild, originally known as the Greater Columbia Fantasy Costumer's Guild, was launched after the 3rd Costume-Con (1984 or 1985) as a parent organization and to support costuming.

Cosplay is the practice of dressing up as a character from a movie, book, or video game, especially one from the Japanese genres of manga and anime. Cosplay started in 1984, Nobuyuki Takahashi, founder of Studio Hard, attended the 42nd Worldcon in Los Angeles. He was impressed with the masquerade and reported on it in My Anime, coining the term kosupure (from which cosplay is derived) in the process. The term "cosplay" was coined in Japan in 1984, meaning "costume" and "play". Cosplay is very popular among all genders. It was inspired by and grew out of the practice of fan costuming at science fiction conventions, beginning with Morojo's ""futuristicostumes" created for the 1st World Science Fiction Convention in New York City in 1939.

As stated above, costuming had been a fan activity in Japan from the 1970s, and it became much more popular in the wake of Takahashi's report. The new term did not catch on immediately, however. It was a year or two after the article was published before it was in common use among fans at conventions. It was in the 1990s, after exposure on television and in magazines, that the term and practice of cosplaying became common knowledge in Japan.

The first cosplay cafés appeared in the Akihabara area of Tokyo in the late 1990s. A temporary maid café was set up at the Tokyo Character Collection event in August 1998 to promote the video game Welcome to Pia Carrot 2 (1997). An occasional Pia Carrot Restaurant was held at the shop Gamers in Akihabara in the years up to 2000. Being linked to specific intellectual properties limited the lifespan of these cafés, which was solved by using generic maids, leading to the first permanent establishment, Cure Maid Café, which opened in March 2001.

The first World Cosplay Summit was held on October 12, 2003 at the Rose Court Hotel in Nagoya, Japan, with five cosplayers invited from Germany, France and Italy. There was no contest until 2005, when the World Cosplay Championship began. The first winners were the Italian team of Giorgia Vecchini, Francesca Dani and Emilia Fata Livia.

Worldcon masquerade attendance peaked in the 1980s and started to fall thereafter. This trend was reversed when the concept of cosplay was re-imported from Japan.

Cosplay costumes vary greatly and can range from simple themed clothing to highly detailed costumes. It is generally considered different from Halloween and Mardi Gras costume wear, as the intention is to replicate a specific character, rather than to reflect the culture and symbolism of a holiday event. As such, when in costume, some cosplayers often seek to adopt the affect, mannerisms, and body language of the characters they portray (with "out of character" breaks). The characters chosen to be cosplayed may be sourced from any movie, TV series, book, comic book, video game, music band, anime, or manga. Some cosplayers even choose to cosplay an original character of their own design or a fusion of different genres (e.g., a steampunk version of a character), and it is a part of the ethos of cosplay that anybody can be anything, as with genderbending, crossplay, or drag, a cosplayer playing a character of another ethnicity, or a hijabi portraying Captain America.

Cosplayers obtain their apparel through many different methods. Manufacturers produce and sell packaged outfits for use in cosplay, with varying levels of quality. These costumes are often sold online, but also can be purchased from dealers at conventions. Japanese manufacturers of cosplay costumes reported a profit of 35 billion yen in 2008. A number of individuals also work on commission, creating custom costumes, props, or wigs designed and fitted to the individual. Other cosplayers, who prefer to create their own costumes, still provide a market for individual elements, and various raw materials, such as unstyled wigs, hair dye, cloth and sewing notions, liquid latex, body paint, costume jewelry, and prop weapons.

Cosplay represents an act of embodiment. Cosplay has been closely linked to the presentation of self, yet cosplayers' ability to perform is limited by their physical features. The accuracy of a cosplay is judged based on the ability to accurately represent a character through the body, and individual cosplayers frequently are faced by their own "bodily limits" such as level of attractiveness, body size, and disability that often restrict and confine how accurate the cosplay is perceived to be. Authenticity is measured by a cosplayer's individual ability to translate on-screen manifestation to the cosplay itself. Some have argued that cosplay can never be a true representation of the character; instead, it can only be read through the body, and that true embodiment of a character is judged based on nearness to the original character form. Cosplaying can also help some of those with self-esteem problems.

Many cosplayers create their own outfits, referencing images of the characters in the process. In the creation of the outfits, much time is given to detail and qualities, thus the skill of a cosplayer may be measured by how difficult the details of the outfit are and how well they have been replicated. Because of the difficulty of replicating some details and materials, cosplayers often educate themselves in crafting specialties such as textiles, sculpture, face paint, fiberglass, fashion design, woodworking, and other uses of materials in the effort to render the look and texture of a costume accurately. Cosplayers often wear wigs in conjunction with their outfit to further improve the resemblance to the character. This is especially necessary for anime and manga or video-game characters who often have unnaturally colored and uniquely styled hair. Simpler outfits may be compensated for their lack of complexity by paying attention to material choice and overall high quality.

To look more like the characters they are portraying, cosplayers might also engage in various forms of body modification. Cosplayers may opt to change their skin color utilizing make-up to more simulate the race of the character they are adopting. Contact lenses that match the color of their character's eyes are a common form of this, especially in the case of characters with particularly unique eyes as part of their trademark look. Contact lenses that make the pupil look enlarged to visually echo the large eyes of anime and manga characters are also used. Another form of body modification in which cosplayers engage is to copy any tattoos or special markings their character might have. Temporary tattoos, permanent marker, body paint, and in rare cases, permanent tattoos, are all methods used by cosplayers to achieve the desired look. Permanent and temporary hair dye, spray-in hair coloring, and specialized extreme styling products are all used by some cosplayers whose natural hair can achieve the desired hairstyle. It is also commonplace for them to shave off their eyebrows to gain a more accurate look.

Some anime and video game characters have weapons or other accessories that are hard to replicate, and conventions have strict rules regarding those weapons, but most cosplayers engage in some combination of methods to obtain all the items necessary for their costumes; for example, they may commission a prop weapon, sew their own clothing, buy character jewelry from a cosplay accessory manufacturer, or buy a pair of off-the-rack shoes, and modify them to match the desired look.

Cosplay may be presented in a number of ways and places. A subset of cosplay culture is centered on sex appeal, with cosplayers specifically choosing characters known for their attractiveness or revealing costumes. However, wearing a revealing costume can be a sensitive issue while appearing in public. People appearing naked at American science fiction fandom conventions during the 1970s were so common, a "no costume is no costume" rule was introduced. Some conventions throughout the United States, such as Phoenix Comicon and Penny Arcade Expo, have also issued rules upon which they reserve the right to ask attendees to leave or change their costumes if deemed to be inappropriate to a family-friendly environment or something of a similar nature.

The most popular form of presenting a cosplay publicly is by wearing it to a fan convention. Multiple conventions dedicated to anime and manga, comics, TV shows, video games, science fiction, and fantasy may be found all around the world. Cosplay-centered conventions include Cosplay Mania in the Philippines and EOY Cosplay Festival in Singapore.

The single largest event featuring cosplay is the semiannual doujinshi market, Comic Market (Comiket), held in Japan during summer and winter. Comiket attracts hundreds of thousands of manga and anime fans, where thousands of cosplayers congregate on the roof of the exhibition center. In North America, the highest-attended fan conventions featuring cosplayers are the San Diego Comic-Con and New York Comic Con held in the United States, and the anime-specific Anime North in Toronto, Otakon held in Baltimore MD and Anime Expo held in Los Angeles. Europe's largest event is Japan Expo held in Paris, while the London MCM Expo and the London Super Comic Convention are the most notable in the UK. Supanova Pop Culture Expo is Australia's biggest event.

Star Trek conventions have featured cosplay for many decades. These include Destination Star Trek, a UK convention, and Star Trek Las Vegas, a US convention.

In different comic fairs, "Thematic Areas" are set up where cosplayers can take photos in an environment that follows that of the game or animation product from which they are taken. Sometimes the cosplayers are part of the area, playing the role of staff with the task of entertaining the other visitors. Some examples are the thematic areas dedicated to Star Wars or to Fallout. The areas are set up by not for profit associations of fans, but in some major fairs it is possible to visit areas set up directly by the developers of the video games or the producers of the anime.

The appearance of cosplayers at public events makes them a popular draw for photographers. As this became apparent in the late 1980s, a new variant of cosplay developed in which cosplayers attended events mainly for the purpose of modeling their characters for still photography rather than engaging in continuous role play. Rules of etiquette were developed to minimize awkward situations involving boundaries. Cosplayers pose for photographers and photographers do not press them for personal contact information or private sessions, follow them out of the area, or take photos without permission. The rules allow the collaborative relationship between photographers and cosplayers to continue with the least inconvenience to each other.

Some cosplayers choose to have a professional photographer take high quality images of them in their costumes posing as the character. Cosplayers and photographers frequently exhibit their work online and sometimes sell their images.

As the popularity of cosplay has grown, many conventions have come to feature a contest surrounding cosplay that may be the main feature of the convention. Contestants present their cosplay, and often to be judged for an award, the cosplay must be self-made. The contestants may choose to perform a skit, which may consist of a short performed script or dance with optional accompanying audio, video, or images shown on a screen overhead. Other contestants may simply choose to pose as their characters. Often, contestants are briefly interviewed on stage by a master of ceremonies. The audience is given a chance to take photos of the cosplayers. Cosplayers may compete solo or in a group. Awards are presented, and these awards may vary greatly. Generally, a best cosplayer award, a best group award, and runner-up prizes are given. Awards may also go to the best skit and a number of cosplay skill subcategories, such as master tailor, master weapon-maker, master armorer, and so forth.

The most well-known cosplay contest event is the World Cosplay Summit, selecting cosplayers from 40 countries to compete in the final round in Nagoya, Japan. Some other international events include European Cosplay Gathering (finals taking place at Japan Expo in Paris, France), EuroCosplay (finals taking place at London MCM Comic Con), and the Nordic Cosplay Championship (finals taking place at NärCon in Linköping, Sweden).

This table contains a list of the most common cosplay competition judging criteria, as seen from World Cosplay Summit, Cyprus Comic Con, and ReplayFX.

Portraying a character of the opposite sex is called crossplay. The practicality of crossplay and cross-dress stems in part from the abundance in manga of male characters with delicate and somewhat androgynous features. Such characters, known as bishōnen (lit. "pretty boy"), are Asian equivalent of the elfin boy archetype represented in Western tradition by figures such as Peter Pan and Ariel.

Male to female cosplayers may experience issues when trying to portray a female character because it is hard to maintain the sexualized femininity of a character. Male cosplayers may also be subjected to discrimination, including homophobic comments and being touched without permission. This affects men possibly even more often than it affects women, despite inappropriate contact already being a problem for women who cosplay, as is "slut-shaming".

Animegao kigurumi players, a niche group in the realm of cosplay, are often male cosplayers who use zentai and stylized masks to represent female anime characters. These cosplayers completely hide their real features so the original appearance of their characters may be reproduced as literally as possible, and to display all the abstractions and stylizations such as oversized eyes and tiny mouths often seen in Japanese cartoon art. This does not mean that only males perform animegao or that masks are only female.

"Cosplay Is Not Consent", a movement started in 2013 by Rochelle Keyhan, Erin Filson, and Anna Kegler, brought to the mainstream, the issue of sexual harassment in the convention attending cosplay community. Harassment of Cosplayers include photography without permission, verbal abuse, touching, and groping. Harassment is not limited to women in provocative outfits as male cosplayers talked about being bullied for not fitting certain costume and characters.

Starting in 2014, New York Comic Con placed large signs at the entrance stating that "Cosplay is Not Consent". Attendees were reminded to ask permission for photos and respect the person's right to say no. The movement against sexual harassment against cosplayers has continued to gain momentum and awareness since being publicized. Traditional mainstream news media like Mercury News, and Los Angeles Times have reported on the topic, bringing awareness of sexual harassment to those outside of the cosplay community.

As cosplay has entered more mainstream media, ethnicity becomes a controversial point. Cosplayers of different skin color than the character are often ridiculed for not being 'accurate' or 'faithful'. Many cosplayers feel as if anyone can cosplay any character, but it becomes complicated when cosplayers are not respectful of the character's ethnicity. Issues such as blackface, brownface, and yellowface are still controversial since a large part of the cosplay community see these as separate problems, or simply an acceptable part of cosplay. Ethnicity remains a polarizing topic today, as discussion continues in person and online.

Cosplay has influenced the advertising industry, in which cosplayers are often used for event work previously assigned to agency models. Some cosplayers have thus transformed their hobby into profitable, professional careers. Japan's entertainment industry has been home to the professional cosplayers since the rise of Comiket and Tokyo Game Show. The phenomenon is most apparent in Japan but exists to some degree in other countries as well. Professional cosplayers who profit from their art may experience problems related to copyright infringement.

A cosplay model, also known as a cosplay idol, cosplays costumes for anime and manga or video game companies. Good cosplayers are viewed as fictional characters in the flesh, in much the same way that film actors come to be identified in the public mind with specific roles. Cosplayers have modeled for print magazines like Cosmode and a successful cosplay model can become the brand ambassador for companies like Cospa. Some cosplay models can achieve significant recognition. Yaya Han, for example, was described as having emerged "as a well-recognized figure both within and outside cosplay circuits".

Cosplayers in Japan used to refer to themselves as reiyā (レイヤー), pronounced "layer". Currently in Japan, cosplayers are more commonly called kosupure (コスプレ), pronounced "ko-su-pray," as reiyā is more often used to describe layers (i.e. hair, clothes, etc.). Words like cute (kawaii) and cool (kakkō ii) were often used to describe these changes,[further explanation needed] expressions that were tied with notions of femininity and masculinity. Those who photograph players are called cameko, short for camera kozō or camera boy. Originally, the cameko gave prints of their photos to players as gifts. Increased interest in cosplay events, both on the part of photographers and cosplayers willing to model for them, has led to formalization of procedures at events such as Comiket. Photography takes place within a designated area removed from the exhibit hall. In Japan, costumes are generally not welcome outside of conventions or other designated areas.

Since 1998, Tokyo's Akihabara district contains a number of cosplay restaurants, catering to devoted anime and cosplay fans, where the waitresses at such cafés dress as video game or anime characters; maid cafés are particularly popular. In Japan, Tokyo's Harajuku district is the favorite informal gathering place to engage in cosplay in public. Events in Akihabara also draw many cosplayers.

Ishoku-hada (異色肌) is a form of Japanese cosplay where the players use body paint to make their skin color match that of the character they are playing. This allows them to represent anime or video game characters with non-human skin colors.

A 2014 survey for the Comic Market convention in Japan noted that approximately 75% of cosplayers attending the event are female.

Cosplay is common in many East Asian countries. For example, it is a major part of the Comic World conventions taking place regularly in South Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Historically, the practice of dressing up as characters from works of fiction can be traced as far as the 17th century late Ming Dynasty China.

Western cosplay's origins are based primarily in science fiction and fantasy fandoms. It is also more common for Western cosplayers to recreate characters from live-action series than it is for Japanese cosplayers. Western costumers also include subcultures of hobbyists who participate in Renaissance faires, live action role-playing games, and historical reenactments. Competition at science fiction conventions typically include the masquerade (where costumes are presented on stage and judged formally) and hall costumes (where roving judges may give out awards for outstanding workmanship or presentation).

The increasing popularity of Japanese animation outside of Asia during the late 2000s led to an increase in American and other Western cosplayers who portray manga and anime characters. Anime conventions have become more numerous in the West in the previous decade, now competing with science fiction, comic book and historical conferences in attendance. At these gatherings, cosplayers, like their Japanese counterparts, meet to show off their work, be photographed, and compete in costume contests. Convention attendees also just as often dress up as Western comic book or animated characters, or as characters from movies and video games.

Differences in taste still exist across cultures: some costumes that are worn without hesitation by Japanese cosplayers tend to be avoided by Western cosplayers, such as outfits that evoke Nazi uniforms. Some Western cosplayers have also encountered questions of legitimacy when playing characters of canonically different racial backgrounds, and people can be insensitive to cosplayers playing as characters who are canonically of other skin color. Western cosplayers of anime characters may also be subjected to particular mockery.

In contrast to Japan, the wearing of costumes in public is more accepted in the United States and other western countries. These countries have a longer tradition of Halloween costumes, fan costuming and other such activities. As a result, for example, costumed convention attendees can often be seen at local restaurants and eateries, beyond the boundaries of the convention or event.

Japan is home to two especially popular cosplay magazines, Cosmode (コスモード) and ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Layers (電撃Layers). Cosmode has the largest share in the market and an English-language digital edition. Another magazine, aimed at a broader, worldwide audience is CosplayGen. In the United States, Cosplay Culture began publication in February 2015. Other magazines include CosplayZine featuring cosplayers from all over the world since October 2015, and Cosplay Realm Magazine which was started in April 2017. There are many books on the subject of cosplay as well.

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RT @Queen_aintish: Day 1 Kakuzu #28DaysofBlackCosplay #Kakuzu #akatsuki #anime #cosplay #naruto
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RT @kueenkerosene: Day 1: Dr. Olivia “Liv” Octavius #cosplay #spiderman #28DaysofBlackCosplay #spidermanintothespiderverse
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RT @AngyRexx1: Btw que buen cosplay de harry potter se aventó Juan hoy:)
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RT @kueenkerosene: Day 1: Dr. Olivia “Liv” Octavius #cosplay #spiderman #28DaysofBlackCosplay #spidermanintothespiderverse
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RT @ClubOnlyScams: Strip club is closing for business Opening in its place will be CATFISHCON Find your hott gamer girl and or favorit…
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@Ena_Cosplay ああ……アアア……ホンモノの…斎宮宗様……😭
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RT @summerdru: The way I cosplay all of the My Hero Academia characters
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RT @HheadShhot: What kind of cosplay would you like to see?🥰
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Thanks for sending in this incredible picture of your cosplay, chibmiu! 🧵 Aloy cosplay by chibmiu –…
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Since we are talking #cosplay ??? Check out my fellow ⁦@StarTrek⁩ @starwars fans / creatives in this “pass the brus…
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“It’s safe to say that the 28 Days of Black Cosplay movement is a steadfast staple of the cosplay community.” Lite…
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OH SNAP... Almost forgot... It's that time of year again!!!! #28DaysofBlackCosplay I want to see all y'all'…
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RT @niyeye2019: EMT的早安
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#memories #fashion Men's Santa Claus Cosplay Costumes
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RT @jadeyanh: casual Elizabeth cosplay
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RT @katiesimrell: 🐰🍑 bunny princess peach! fanart by @jivke cosplay by me! 💕
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had a pleasant tea date with captain Levi!
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RT @basslilliexxx: 🍓🍓🍓🍓🍓
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RT @maskedoppai: This is the most budget cosplay I think I’ve ever done, but it came out not bad! 👩🏾‍🎤
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RT @haneame_cos: "There you are, Ethan Winters!" Step on you or eat you, choose one. I try to have strong ara ara! Hope you love my versi…
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RT @WHIXSTLX: Tardé un montón, pero bueno. Este es mi cosplay del majestuoso Dabi.
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RT @fantagor: No it isn't. Space Force is a cosplay drama invented by a senile narcissist.
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@queentenko_ Ale still cosplay 👀
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RT @mimichan259: "Whew... Finally we've arrived at the party." my collaboration with @uyuy2907 had been released! Check here!
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RT @urbaby_bunny: What do you think of my puffy nipples? 🥺
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RT @masyoco_0823: 【Cosplay】 Fate/Grand Order   新宿オルタ組 ジャンヌオルタ→ましょこ アルトリアオルタ→ましろん(@s__masiro ) 霊衣[漆黒の騎士or邪竜の魔女ver新宿1999] * Photo : @ruri_i…
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It’s official. My first cosplay is definitely Sukana
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This guys taking the vision cosplay way too far.
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Which cat do you kin from CATS the musical :) I kin rumpleteazer
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RT @COILoO: ※Cosplay . . 鬼滅の刃 コスプレ 胡蝶しのぶ . . . . . . 📷/ローディサイト さん . #コスプレイヤーさんと繋がりたい #Cosplay #コスプレ #鬼滅の刃コスプレ #胡蝶しのぶコスプレ
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@IllicitWings So you're saying that if you were bought a cosplay, you would wear it?
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RT @black_chono: Spend the last days before Lunar New Year with 2B, would you accept the invitation? The cosplay is based on the art of @…
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RT @OsabelIllaik: @luarmendes02 tá aí nosso próximo cosplay
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Favourite magical girl ? 🌸🌸 #magicalgirl #tokyomewmew #cosplay #catgirl
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RT @yeahwsc: #SM #主奴调教 #捆绑 #性虐 #性奴 #M女 #bondage #欲女 #少女 #cosplay #强制高潮 #脚心 #teen #footfetish #tickle #Щекотки #Gıdıklanmak #口塞 #간지럼 #cos…
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@fineimqueer Olhei rápido e pensei “eu poderia fácil fazer um cosplay dessa pessoa” dois segundos depois “espera... quem é essa pessoa?”
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RT @haneame_cos: #はたらく細胞 💉 白血球 「大丈夫?ここにいます!」 かっこよく見えます? 2月レベル1写真セットだよ . . 💉Cell at work💉 cosplay " Donˊt be afrai…
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Não sei o que pensar do nosso cosplay de desodorante roll-on, mas admito que as tiradas dele são ótimas.
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@mrreadys Cosplay? cosplay XD
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RT @CheyennejazWise: I really want to wear my #darladudley cosplay to a con so baddd omg Photo by @mbkeene at @millenniumfandombar ‘s cosfe…
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Quién para hacer cosplay de las isi brisis
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RT @Hidori_Rose: Trying on this bodysuit for a future cosplay, thought I’d share :3 Can you guess the character I plan to use it for? Hin…
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the level of brainrot im experiencing really shows bc this lin beifong cosplay tik tok came up on my feed, and then…
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RT @DESTIELSCHlLD: ss creds to missel @DukeDeppsWhore so i guess people cant cosplay and be creative and make their own changes to willy…
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RT @dizzymonogatari: KIMETSU YAIBA MASTER POST Nezuko | @x_kyuhime_x Mitsuri | @KiaraBerryCos Shinobu | @MakiEraclea P | @dizzymonoga…
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@XXXpliciTNovaCG @lunaxoservices ⭐️ TOP 8.9% Content Creator!!! ✨ Multiple Daily Uploads ❤️…
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พบกับ Cosplay สุดเท่ โดย ชิม่อน วชิรวิชญ์ 🌟 Heavenly Striker Laville ผู้พิทักษ์จากโลกอนาคต มาแล้ว❗️ #RoV…
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Cosplay "Heavenly Striker Laville" โดย ชิม่อน วชิรวิชญ์ 🌟 เท่เกินห้ามใจ❗️ #RoV #GarenaRoV #RoVxชิม่อน #Laville
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Fan projects make our world go round! Share your creations from Lara's first adventure - be it fanart, cosplay, scr…
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RT @LumikhaCosplay: Too much clutter in your cosplay closet? 😬 We are so excited to announce that Lumikha Cosplay Resale, a new secondhand…
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RT @Technicolorcos1: More Ice Krystal in her cape. Happy fursuit friday. #FursuitFriday #krystalfox #starfox #kigurumi #cosplay #cosplaye…
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@Souli_Cosplay Das sieht mega nice aus :D
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@dmichaelmick yes, but only if you put on tights and a billowy shirt and cosplay as the Goblin King. (Horace doesn'…
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RT @field_cos: And here’s the other thing I shot recently, introducing maidkoto (kill me). Anyway this outfit was super fun and I really w…
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RT @conwaycountess: cosplay is being looked at as a way to gain followers fast and become a Instant influencer because how supportive the c…
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RT @NyvenaPlays: TOMORROW IS THE BIG DAY!! ✨our first charity of 2021✨ - benefitting @FCancerNow - great games - fun incentives & milest…
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RT @n_mirikashi: 🌸Spirit blossom Ahri! 🌸 @LeagueOfLegends #cosplay #leagueoflegends #spiritblossom
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RT @bimboemoji: Rich white liberals casually cosplay as poor as though that isn’t sociopathic in nature and go on constant tirades about “e…
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RT @squishubunny: “I won’t last till dinner”~ #LadyDimitrescu daughter cosplay for March tier 2 on: I love the make…
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celebrated the release of season 1 with a tactical unicorn dahlia cosplay! 🦄 @RogueCompany
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RT @NyvenaPlays: TOMORROW IS THE BIG DAY!! ✨our first charity of 2021✨ - benefitting @FCancerNow - great games - fun incentives & milest…
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Aqui eles me chamam de encalhada, cosplay de rainha má, senhorinha mais ranzinza da mídia e dizem que tenho pouca c…
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Going to be cosplay streaming soon :) see you guys there
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@ArrietartOp @Naomiire_ @MorganaCosplay @talyBb_Cosplay O la de la derecha de abajo también
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RT @skllkndy: THANK YOU!! 200+ followers since i made this account three days ago?? TIME FOR A CELEBRATORY MAID DRESS!! even Sans seems to…
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A special #FanArtFriday this week, a wonderful Tempest Chloe cosplay from #LifeisStrange Before the Storm! Check o…
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🌿Though, tell me something Zagreus... how is it that you found me? To have journeyed all this way...🌿 I FINALLY GO…
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Jujutsu Kaisen anyone? @mrajcosplay's cosplay of Gojo is just what we like to see! Great work! 🙌…
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QRT or reply to OP (@cupofpre ) w/ your usual color palette for cosplay! I don’t think I have one, esp bc I have a…
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@Katsucon Probably the time we brought in a cart for a Monty Python cosplay
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RT @Ruucito: 𝑀𝒾𝓀𝓊 𝓌𝒾𝓈𝒽 𝓎𝑜𝓊 𝒶𝓁𝓁 𝐻𝒶𝓅𝓅𝓎 𝒱𝒶𝓁𝑒𝓃𝓉𝒾𝓃𝑒’𝓈 𝒹𝒶𝓎 🌹❤️🎀 📸 by @Kasilustra Nail art by @/dreams.nailsmadrid in instagram 💅🏼 #Miku #miku…
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RT @xxxUxx_OxxO: 髪の毛が長くなってしまったレム #レム #cosplay #rezero
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@seeu_cosplay 可愛い!
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RT @08keyt14: あんさんぶるスターズ -Cosplay-  朔間零 / 天祥院英智 VALENTINE
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RT @Arty42575619: Happy Valentine's Day~🌹🌹 Patreon Tier.4 set-Scathach cosplay
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RT @SrJi9WdwayjSwfA: ペルソナ5 高巻 杏 #コスプレ #cosplay #女装 #成人男性 #アラフォー
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RT @sweet0214sweet: アイドルマスターシャイニーカラーズ 白瀬咲耶 ワンステップ。この空の下にいる #あまいふぉと #cosplay
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RT @haneame_cos: #転スラ 紫苑 ハッピーバレンタインデー🍫💜 2月セット - Happy Valentine's Day🍫💜 Slime #Shion cosplay│Full set on Tier3😉 htt…
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RT @umi_0529: cosplay / mhyk 大人スノウ . photo:神木さん #まほやく_cos
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RT @mmeeii551133: Twisted Wonderland Cosplay Leona Kingscholar 「come on…?」
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RT @3_ko_00: 🍫cosplay❤ もぎゅっと “love"で接近中! 園田 海未 届け___想い__ 受け止めて___.*・゚ photo:ジョーさん(@otakyjoe )
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⚠️Cosplay⚠️ 銀魂 / 夜兎兄妹 神威▶︎ISさん(@IS__cos) 神楽▶︎Tちゃん ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ 📷ふで子 studio▶︎ノンアート様(@NonartStudio )
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RT @hopkive: ㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤTaeKook¡au ﹏ Cosplay ㅤㅤㅤOnde o príncipe anônimo da Coréia do Sul, Jeon Jeongguk, vai para o Japão apenas para participar…
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RT @BellasCosplay: 💘 Mileena - #mortalkombat #mileena #cosplay Cosplayer: Foto:
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RT @JJYO_O: [COSPLAY / コスプレ] ONE PIECE Donquixote Rosinante corazón :: 코라손 Cos. @JJYO_O Photo. @COS_SILVER
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💨Beast Breathing, Seventh Form💨 🐗🐗INOSUKE IS HERE!!🐗🐗 RRRAAAAHHHHH! B E S T B O A R B O Y NEW DEMON SLAYER SEASO…
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Happy Valentine's Day everyone 💗 Here are some selfies from the day of the shoot of my Aerith cosplay Do something…
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RT @madzisstacked: I just want to wear cute cosplay onesies and not have my ass devour everything 🙃
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@Aruto0301 こんにちは、COSPLAYMODEです📗ご連絡が遅れましたが、あなたのスナップ写真を2/3発売のCOSPLAYMODE3月号に掲載させていただきました✏️ご協力ありがとうございました✨今後ともよろしくお願い致します🙇‍♂️
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RT @Hommedelheure: @MattGallagher0 I retired at 39 and not once did I think about joining a GIJoe Cosplay Club since then.
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FREE ONLYFANS 💋 Links in my bio and in comments 🌟 I do custom videos 🤑 Genital ratings 📷 uncensored content…
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Krampus Cosplay by Cassandra Ariel
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RT @SANRIOENT: 【 #こすぷれピューロ 2021春 4/17,18開催!】 昼はコスプレをしてピューロで遊ぼう! 夜は貸切営業、 コスプレイヤーがピューロを独占! いつもは入れないステージ上で撮影することもできます!
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RT @cosplay_taryn: "Like a Dragon" Are you approaching me!? 🔥 Viego final shooting is arriving 😉 meanwhile I hope you don't mind a "specia…
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RT @baji_oboro: [レディレイジー] Lady Lazy 大正ロマン メイド 着物 袴 ワンピース コスプレ 和服 ミニ ドレス 衣装 和装 cos 大きいサイズ 制服 撮影 女装 服 cosplay かわいい ロリータ 和風 昭和 レトロ 巫女 神社 祭り 浴衣…
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@boo_boo_buddy Mhm cosplay hisoki
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@Cosplay_Weapons 復旧して良かったです! 参加させていただきます!
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RT @nash_clive: El osito Bimbo regresa, ahora en forma de waifu ❤️ #bimbo #OsitoBimbo #cosplay
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@TheRage83 @AimuCosplay Multi ist halt nur die Frage... how
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@samurai_sarry こんにちは、COSPLAYMODE編集部です。ご連絡遅れて申し訳ございません。あなたの写真が2/3発売COSPLAYMODE3月号に掲載されました。ご協力ありがとうございました🙇‍♂️✨
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RT @himawari_cos_: 【Cosplay / 原神】 🔥 『わたしは西風騎士団の偵察騎士、アンバーよ!あんた、モンドの人じゃないよね?』
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RT @ValeryHimera: Oops excuse my swimsuit slipped off 😋 first photo - like, second retweet 🤗 #LaraCroft #TombRaider #laracroftcosplay #To…
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新しいおよふく
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RT @ulkens123: love love love!!!!!! costume: @Tsunai6 photo: Insta @ blue_behind_camera #DemonSlayer #cosplay #HappyValentinesDay
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Media Tweets by Hakken 八犬 (@HakkenRyou) / Twitter
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わたしはあなたに会いたくなる #TUNA_cosplayer #cosplay #VioletEvergarden #violetevergardencosplay
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Mon夢 on Twitter: "Gero🐸🐸 #蛙吹梅雨 / @monpink1111 #僕のヒーローアカデミア… "
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Sinon Cosplay Makeup Tutorial using Sweety Akaten Blue Contacts - UNIQSO
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Classic
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わたしはあなたに会いたくなる #TUNA_cosplayer #cosplay #VioletEvergarden #violetevergardencosplay
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Boku no Hero Academia || Aizawa Shouta #Cosplay (Cosplayer: takumi_midokuro).
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uchiha sasuke | surfen
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Maquillage d'Halloween : le visage galaxie
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Take a Break and Enjoy a Distraction in the Form of 41 Pics - Gallery
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Boku no hero academia cosplay by animeworld
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わたしはあなたに会いたくなる #TUNA_cosplayer #cosplay #VioletEvergarden #violetevergardencosplay
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Miaowucos DARLING in the FRANXX Zero Two Code 002 Outfit Including Gloves and Hair Accessory
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Media Tweets by Hakken 八犬 (@HakkenRyou) / Twitter
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Mon夢 on Twitter: "Gero🐸🐸 #蛙吹梅雨 / @monpink1111 #僕のヒーローアカデミア… "
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Scary My Hero Academia cosplay turns Himiko Toga into a living nightmare | Dexerto
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わたしはあなたに会いたくなる #TUNA_cosplayer #cosplay #VioletEvergarden #violetevergardencosplay
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小柔SeeU on Twitter: "#Arknights #明日方舟 #Platinum #cosplay ———🤍🤍🤍🤍🤍——— 撮影開始ですฅ⁽͑ ˚̀ ˙̭ ˚́ ⁾̉ฅ!!… "
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This Demon Slayer Nezuko Kamado cosplayer is in a fierce stance! The cute Nezuko Kamado looks badass, mad, and ready to fight in this full Kimetsu no Yaiba costume. Complete with the pink kimono, the bamboo muzzle, the leg guards, the long black-to-orange hair, the pink nails, and the Japanese Geta sandals, this Nezuko Kamado cosplay is perfect! #KimetsuNoYaiba #DemonSlayer #Nezuko #NezukoKamado #TanjirouKamado #KamadoNezuko #Cosplay #Anime
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“コスプレ / 賭ケグルイ さァ…賭け狂いましょう! 蛇喰夢子 @Milkcander 早乙女芽亜里 @kuro_7n Photo @NON_DAY_Kuroda Studio @NON_DAY_”
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Cosplay on 9GAG - Cosplay girls, costume ideas, Comic Con
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Levi (Attack on Titan) Cosplay
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Kakegurui Compulsive Gambler Jabami Yumeko Halloween Cosplay Costume Halloween - Milanoo.com
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cosplay and dog #bakugou #bnha #mha #bokunoheroacademia #myheroacademia #bakugoukatsuki
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A Raven cosplay is like a pizza, even a bad one looks goooood, no saying this is a bad one
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Angels Of Death Rachel Gardner Ray Halloween Cosplay Costume
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わたしはあなたに会いたくなる #TUNA_cosplayer #cosplay #VioletEvergarden #violetevergardencosplay
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"Undertale cosplay" by abtastic2011 on Polyvore featuring Lands' End, Splendid, NIKE, Vans and Jigsaw
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Peridot and Lapis (Steven Universe) Cosplay by Sioxanne
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Raine Emery as Starfire and Velociraptorqueen as Raven. - 9GAG
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Amazing Spider Man: Into The Spider Verse cosplay - Album on Imgur
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Rose Quartz cosplay.
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These are our favorite looks from Comic-Con 2015 in San Diego
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Mizimel Cosplay
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Guys I need to ask you something. If you really love my works, please like and comment or repost. ❤️❤️❤️ #hunterxhunter #hisoka #cosplay
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#hisoka #cosplay #hunterxhunter
Jul 17, 2020 12:27
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TikTok of the day #tiktok #cosplay #somefun #punk #tiktokaddict
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#tiktok #cosplay #somefun #punk #tiktokaddict
Jul 17, 2020 12:28
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💚🦖🎶 #keysuniveristy #pianocover #pianoplayer #piano #cosplay #cosplaygirl #cosplayer #piano #pianocover #músicosMadrid #musiconinstagram #music #instagram #insta #keysuniversity #pianocover #yamahaydp143 #supermario #yoshisisland #supermarioworld2
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#insta #cosplayer #keysuniversity #yamahaydp143 #pianocover
Jul 17, 2020 12:27
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💚💚💚 #blackrockshooter #blackrockshootercosplay #deadmaster #deadmastercosplay #brscosplay #brs #cosplay #cosplayer
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#brs #cosplay #deadmaster #deadmastercosplay #blackrockshootercosplay
Jul 17, 2020 12:27
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Latest Mask Swag Honestly, feels weird sharing mask designs, but such is life...😕 ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️ LINK IN BIO ••••••••••••• #mask #covid #facemask #coronavirus #masks #skincare #art #masker #corona #stayhome #beauty #staysafe #quarantine #love #fashion #n #makeup #handmade #maskerwajah #photography #virus #cosplay #like #m #socialdistancing #instagram #instagood #face #stayathome #bhfyp
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#quarantine #virus #skincare #handmade #mask
Jul 17, 2020 12:27
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おニューの服。 貧乳が着るとなんだか虚しい胸元。 #selfie #自撮り女子 #自撮り界隈の人と繋がりたい #サブカル女子 #japanesegirl #グラビアアイドル #角色扮演 #透明感 #撮影会モデル #photo #被写体 #ファインダー越しの私の世界 #写真好きな人と繋がりたい #一眼レフ #fashion #code #cosplayer #モデル #photography #アニメ #otaku #game #manga #コスプレ #cosplay #撮影会 #portrait #followme #貧乳
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#code #fashion #photo #portrait #cosplay
Jul 17, 2020 12:27
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С трудом дождалась этих волшебных фотографий - собственно, как и любых других, которые мы творим совметно с Аленой Петренко. Так что настраивайтесь – ближайшая неделя будет посвящена лавандовой сказке. Я специально не буду выкладывать их пачкой: их нельзя проглотить разом, их хочется смаковать. Хочется продлить это удовольствие - также, как цветение лаванды, чтобы оно никогда не прекращалось.... Однако, может, это и к лучшему?.. что все не бесконечно, что даже самая чудесная сказка однажды заканчивается. Тогда есть стимул двигаться вперед, навстречу новой сказке. Я уже задаюсь вопросом: о чем же будет следующая сказка?.. А что хотели бы увидеть вы? . . . . #Sherdo #ШерстяныеСказки #Nature #Beauty #Wool #Felt #Garden #Field #Fairy #Tail #Cosplay #Lavender #Healthy #Garden #Flowers #Gardening #Felting #Cosplayer #BeautifulLife #Energy #Природа #Красота #Лаванда #Цветы #Садовод #FlowerStagram #FlowersLovers #Цветоводство #Валяние #ВаляниеИзШерсти #Растения
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#gardening #tail #nature #felt #beauty
Jul 17, 2020 12:28
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Hello ! I'm totally in love in new Spirit Blossom League of Legends skins 🌸. This upcoming event will be so magical ✨. I can't wait to see full version of Riven's skin so I decided to make instant cosplay based on emote and icon. Hope you'll like it ! What is your favorite skin from this series? ❤️ #rivencosplay #rivenleagueoflegends #rivencosplayer #spiritblossomriven #leagueoflegendscosplayer #spiritblossom #leagueoflegends #lolcosplay #cosplay #cosplayer #cosplaygirl #makeup #instantcosplay #polishcosplay
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#rivencosplay #instantcosplay #spiritblossom #cosplaygirl #rivenleagueoflegends
Jul 17, 2020 12:28
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Have more Julian for the up coming weekend! Thanks at @lichtspielsplitter 📸 ❤ ❤ And @creeps_cosplay for support 🤝 #thearcana #julian #cosplay #julianthearcana #juliancosplay #cosplay #Game #thearcanacosplay
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#juliancosplay #thearcanacosplay #cosplay #game #julianthearcana
Jul 17, 2020 12:28
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⚔️Petra Ral⚔️ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #petra #petraral #petraralcosplay #aot #aotcosplay #attackontitan #attackontitancosplay #snk #snkcosplay #shingeki #shingekinokyojin #shingekinokyojincosplay #anime #animecosplay #cosplay #cosplayer
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#animecosplay #snkcosplay #petraral #aotcosplay #anime