Neferet – Featured Cosplayer Interview

Neferet

Neferet as Raven (Photo by Adrian Ummo)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will occasionally showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview is:

Neferet from Argentina

Neferet as Snow White (Photo by Sebastian Gambolati)

Neferet is an amazing costume maker and cosplayer. She’s created many different types of costumes as well as exploring many different genres which she enjoys. From video games to Disney and comic books, she puts a great deal of effort into her work and it shows.

We’ve interviewed many different and unique cosplayers from around the world in the last year; but, Neferet is the first one from South America. We’re happy that she had the time to give us this latest interview.

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Liana Richardson – Featured Cosplayer Interview

Liana Richardson

Liana Richardson as female Nightwing (Photo by GeneralGau's Kitchen)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will regularly showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview this week is:

Liana Richardson from Philadelphia, PA

Liana Richardson as Arkham City Harley Quinn

Originally from Portland, Maine and now living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Liana Richardson has quickly blossomed as both a costumer and as a cosplayer. She began honing her talents in the hobby only a couple of years ago, but she’s coming along quickly, as can be seen in her female Nightwing costume.

Not only do her talents lie in the creation of the outfits she wears, but she seems very comfortable in front of the lens as well; displaying a lot of fun and enjoyment in her photos.

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Abby Dark-Star – Featured Cosplayer Interview

Abby Dark-Star

Abby Dark Star as The Black Queen (Jean Grey) (Photo by Judy Stephens)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will regularly showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview this week is:

Abby Dark-Star from San Francisco, CA

Abby Dark Star as Indy Jones

Abby Dark-Star has been creating costumes and cosplaying for over half a decade and she shows no signs of slowing down. She puts a lot of hard work and creativity into her costumes and it really shows when she wears them. Although Abby considers herself more of a costumer than a costume model, she does an amazing job in both roles.

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Lossien – Featured Cosplayer Interview

Lossien

Lossien as Harley Quinn (Photo by Amaleigh Photography)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will regularly showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview this week is:

Lossien from Southern Ontario, Canada

Lossien as Zatanna (Photo by EvieEvangelion )

Having started in high school, Lossien has been honing her costuming and cosplaying talents for several years. Not only is she a GeekxGirl, she’s also been winning awards for her excellent costuming since 2008! And her work is only getting better as time progresses.

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Olivia Ward of Olivia’s Atelier – Featured Cosplayer Interview

Olivia Ward of Olivia’s Atelier

Olivia Ward as Batgirl (Photo by JJAB Productions)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will regularly showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview this week is:

Olivia Ward of Olivia’s Atelier from Toronto, Canada

Olivia Ward as Black Lantern Ice (Photo by Kevin Chan/SolarTempest)

Hailing from Toronto, Canada, Olivia Ward of Olivia’s Atelier began cosplaying almost 10 years ago, and in that time, she has amassed an extensive catalogue of costumes. Her influences span several genres from comic books to video games to anime and more. Olivia’s love of costuming and cosplaying is really apparent in all of her work as well.

Recently she gave us an interview that gives us a look behind the scenes of her work and the experiences she’s had with costuming and cosplaying in general.

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Jenifer Ann – Featured Cosplayer Interview

Jenifer Ann

Jenifer Ann as Ms. Marvel (Photo by Patrick Sun)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will regularly showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview this week is:

Jenifer Ann from Atlantic Beach, FL

Jenifer Ann as Skyrim High Elf (Photo by Brian Moilanen)

Long-time fashion model and recent cosplayer, Jenifer Ann is a big fan of anime and Star Wars. She sometimes models for Three Muses Clothing, which is the reason for her taking on the role of a cosplayer and costume maker.

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Sirene – Featured Cosplayer Interview

Sirene aka “MangoSirene”

Sirene as Barbara Gordon [Young Justice] (Photo by LJinto)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will regularly showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview this week is:

Sirene “MangoSirene” from Chicago, IL

Sirene as Miss Martian (M'gann M'orzz) [Young Justice] (Photo by Carroll K.)

Sirene aka MangoSirene only began cosplaying several years ago, but you’d never tell that from the costumes that she creates. Not only does she have numerous costumes in a wide variety of genres, but the level of detail that she puts into her work seems like she’s been doing this for far longer. From her Portal 2 cosplay to her incredibly awesome Princess Kraehe, Sirene puts her all into the work of creating the costumes and then into bringing the characters to life.

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Stacey Rebecca – Featured Cosplayer Interview

Stacey Rebecca

Stacey Rebecca as Psylocke (Photo by Sonesh Joshi Photography)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will regularly showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview this week is:

Stacey Rebecca from London, England

Stacey Rebecca as Mary Jane Watson (Photo by Paranoid Android)

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Maki Roll – Featured Cosplayer Interview

Maki Roll

Maki Roll as Catwoman (Ame-Comi version) (Photo by Soulfire Photography)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will regularly showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview this week is:

Maki Roll from Washington, DC

Maki Roll as X-Treme X-Men Storm (Photo by Coolsteel27 Photography)

 

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Jeanne Killjoy – Featured Cosplay Interview

Jeanne Killjoy

Jeanne Killjoy as Rogue (Photo by P Karpey Photography)

There are many talented models and performers who bring their love & enthusiasm to dressing up as their favorite characters. Comic Book Critic will regularly showcase a performer who embodies this spirit of cosplaying.

Whether it’s creating the costume from scratch, altering the appearance of an existing one, or just getting into character, these performers spend a lot of time and effort on their craft. As much as we all enjoy seeing our favorite fictional characters represented in real life, let’s not forget the behind-the-scenes work that goes into that portrayal.

One thing is for certain though, their love of cosplaying shines through in their work.

The Comic Book Critic Featured Cosplayer Interview this week is:

Jeanne Killjoy from New Jersey

Jeanne Killjoy as Elektra (Photo by P Karpey Photography)

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