Many of you sent us e-mails to ask about the first issue of Cosplay Gen, to see if it’s going to be reprinted or if there are still some copies left, because, as you have probably noticed by now, the pilot issue of this project is already sold out. The concept behind Cosplay Gen is to make each issue a unique, collectible book-like magazine, therefore we won’t reprint the sold-out issues. Nevertheless, in order to thank you all for the support given throughout these almost two years since the launching of Cosplay Gen, we prepared a Holidays surprise for you! [..]
The second season of Cosplay: The Series has already come to an end, with episodes 16,17 and 18. I’m sure many of you would have wanted to witness more of the Q-Cosushinkai members’ adventures, and we all hope we’ll meet them again soon. [..]
This year, Singapore’s Anime Festival Asia was held between 11-13 November at the Suntec Convention & Exhibition Hall. Even though it was a little too crowded this time, that didn’t stop the cosplayers to show off their latest costumes! [..]
Cosplay Gen is always open to new collaborations with all those who have something interesting to present. We are now seeking to extend our team of editors for our website, in order to keep up with providing new and interesting information for all the cosplay lovers out there. [..]
Cosplay Gen‘s first Community’s Choice contest ended a while back, and here we are with an interview with our third place winner, Seranaide from Italy! She won the contest with her Hizaki from Versailles cosplay! [..]
The adventures of the Q-Cosushinkai members continue to unfold over other three new episodes of Cosplay: The Series, filled with suspense, thrill and also humor, reveling unexpected and breathtaking situations, which just make you want to find out immediately what happens next. But let’s see what episodes 13, 14 and 15 have in store for us… [..]
Dear members and watches of our deviantART group, we’d like to thank you for always submitting. Thanks to that we’ve now learned that the folder limit is 5000 deviations. But don’t worry, we’re making space for you to keep on submitting!
If there was one Japanese streetfashion genre that has truly evolved, it has to be Lolita. Browsing the Gothic and Lolita Bible (or simply GLB) volume by volume, one could readily see the changes the fashion has gone through. The earlier look of Lolita is plain in terms of print but lavish in lace. The style is more to the Gothic and/or Classic side; black, white, deep red and blue were popular colors. [..]