There is no question cosplay has become an artform, but wow some cosplayers take it to another level. Top tier cosplay looks like it is straight out of a blockbuster film [adaptation of the game its representing]. The props alone are works of art. Add that to meticulously handcrafted costumes, and you got a stunning sight to behold; your favorite characters have taken flesh and now exist in your world.
Bayonetta cosplay by Yuna
Anna Moleva as Elizabeth in BioShock Infinite
Tasha as the Demon Hunter in Diablo 3
Yes, guys can cosplay too.Jordan Brown as Dhalsim
Linda Le/Vampy as Jury from Street Fighter IV and Morrigan from Darkstalkers up top
Last but not least, we were completely blown away when we found out one of our favorite cosplayers, Crystal Graziano, took on a 1942 WWII-style Cammy from our Bombshell design. Here’s a few more amazing shots of her.Crystal Graziano as Cammy from Street Fighter
Crystal Graziano as Ivy from Soul Calibur V
Crystal Graziano as Poison from Final Fight
For more Crystal, please check out Precious Cosplay on Facebook and become a fan. There may be a little something extra in it for you in the form of a classic Meat Bun reprint if you do.
Undeads and hollows, make your way to the Meat Bun online store for our latest collection, a Souls-inspired line designed for all tendencies and covenants.
Six new designs are available, including the Ghosts’n Goblins-inspired Demons’n Dragons; a tribute to the little brother of the Daughters of Chaos, Ceaseless Discharge; The Maiden in Black, a missing card from the Rider-Waite tarot; an anatomical study of the fearsome, unwelcome Mimic, in the kaiju-style; a proud proclamation of one’s Black Tendency; and a message from the cat queen of the Royal Wood, reminding us that only we can prevent forest invasions.
Below is a sneak peek at Demons’n Darkness. The full line is available now in the Meat Bun online store.
It’s a little late off the line, but the second lap of Checkpoint is now in stock. Leading the pack is the Formula Zero logo tee, modeled after everyone’s favorite futuristic hovership team, Falcon Racing.
Slightly more risque is Dash Princess, a dark vision of the Mario Kart universe. Peach is the queen of the asphalt, leader of a gang of street tough Toads and mortal enemy of Bowser’s bikers.
Finally, even our lil’ Nikuman is getting in on the karting action, tooling around in his equally adorable Meat Bun Kart.
But wait, there’s more! Namely, Kotaku-tan II: Revenge of Kotaku-tan!
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Kotaku.com for another tee starring the womanly personification of the internet’s most popular gaming blog. While the first Kotaku-tan was all about anime style, Kotaku-tan II is totally barbaric, ready to slay some trolls with her bloody banhammer.
In addition to Kotaku-tan II, we’ve also got a fancy polygonized Kotaku logo tee new on the Meat Bun store.
It’s All Souls Day, and things are definitely growing darker at Meat Bun. You can feel the world slipping into the black.
- Prices may go up.
- Shipping times may increase.
- Packaging may be harder to open.
- Rare shirts may spawn, and will be much harder to kill.
Check back soon for more information — if you haven’t gone completely hollow.
Whew! We’re back from Comic-Con and we are WIPED OUT. After selling out of a ton of stuff at the con, we’ve restocked the Meat Bun online store, adding a few things that have been sold out for quite some time. We’re talking about Needlemouse, DQ Value Menu, Snack Attack, and Passing Breeze. We even got more Slimes!
Poke around, you might even see some other stuff has found its way back onto the store!
We’ll have more in the coming weeks and months. A lot more!
That’s right, true believers! Meat Bun is heading to San Diego Comic-Con (July 11 – 15) for the very first time. We’re buddying up with our pals at Giant Robot to bring great video game t-shirts to San Diego. We’ll have out-of-print designs, restocks, maybe even a new thing or two.
Stop by, say hi, grab a sticker and… buy somethin’ will ya!
Where can you find us? At booth #1731, with our friends from Giant Robot. We’re just east of the DC Entertainment and Sideshow Collectibles mega-booths. Here. Look at this map with the arrow pointing at our booth! Or look for the new Paul Robertson-designed banners that will adorn our space.