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Malaysian Ying Tze always pays great attention to the slightest detail, from wig to make-up, making sure she completes the overall look of her chosen character. To her, costume making is a very complex process, which she carefully follows step by step, from initial preparation to the final appearance at events. [..]
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As we promised before, here it’s just a short preview of Cosplay GEN #06 (26 pages of 80). In the next and final preview, we’ll show you more pages, details and bonus included. All the pre-orders are sent and we’re looking forward for your feedback. Many thanks again and again to all our contributors and readers for their constant support in creating together such an amazing issue. [..]

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French cosplay never ceases to catch the eye of the audience. Sikay showed us how to play the perfect Alita, and also how to switch smoothly from a plugsuit or an impressive Styria costume to a playful My Little Pony outfit. [..]

MiYo (KR)3

// September 24, 2013
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MiYo prefers to play charismatic characters. She demonstrates that cosplayers can really transcend both gender roles and the constraints of one’s own body. Even outside the bounds of competition, cosplaying in Korea can be pretty busy and demanding. [..]

This is a special delivery5

// September 22, 2013
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In order to deliver Cosplay GEN #06 in the best possible conditions to our readers from around the world, we upgraded the shipping & delivery of this issue with an ultra protect-able & collectable cardboard box. Below are a few steps of the making of our special delivery. [..]

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We have the honor of introducing you theses two magnificent Mexican cosplay artists, Danny Cosplay and Eliot, who also happen to be the winners of the first two places at COMCOM!! Tijuana, Mexico. [..]
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Manuel from Italy showed the world some of the most accurate and beautiful personifications of Edward Scissorhands or Headless Horseman and also fascinated his audience with his acting as the character onstage. [..]
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Although always complimented for looking cute, Angie doesn’t stop to cosplaying only cute characters. [..]
 
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