A young Doc Ock was spotted at Dragon Con. What an amazing costume! These photos were shared by Redditor Bullout, who must be bursting with pride.
The costume was a team effort by Mom and Dad, and the costume is made out of raw materials such as EVA foam and CPVC pipe. Fantastic job!
Here’s a sneak peek at next year’s version. Movable claws!
You’ve always wanted Batman to cover Seal’s Kiss from a Rose, right? Actually, Batman has been known to sing from time to time, but I didn’t know he also plays guitar. Great job!
[Levin SBJ Music]
Camille and Kennerly, aka Harp Twins, don a variety of Star Wars costumes and perform a lovely medley with their amazing harps. They dress up as Jedi, Ewoks and twin Princess Leias. Great job!
[Camille and Kennerly via Laughing Squid]
Now this is smart marketing. Folks in Japan are treated to these Pizza Hut commercials, which shows cats running the restaurant. Ha, I think they need more training. Head on over to Topless Robot to view more of these commercials, and there are even more here.
[via Topless Robot]
Here’s a clever Zordon costume from the Power Rangers series. What a brilliant idea to attach little Power Rangers action figures. Looks like it would be hard to walk around at a crowded convention, but I assume the action figures are glued on tight. Great job!
Just in time for the weekend… here’s a bearded lizard in a cowboy hat, riding a tortoise. This was filmed at the Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary in Illinois. Ha, they’re not really in a hurry, are they? Giddy up!
Lizzie the bearded dragon plays cowgirl with Rambo the sulcata tortoise. Fun times at Critter Camp!!
[CritterCampMom via Laughing Squid]
Looks like tension is building between Spider-Man and Captain America. Time for a rap battle!
Young Captain America takes on a young Spiderman in this epic rap battle of history! Who wins? You decide. This is the rap battle to watch!
Musician Alex Boye released an album called Africanized, where he puts a tribal spin on popular songs. Here he is performing the song Royals by Lorde, with some amazing costumes and makeup.
If you like this song, you should also check out the version covered by Puddles, the 7-foot singing clown.
[Alex Boye via Laughing Squid]