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TOKYOPOP: Cosplay Friday #6

by on November 23, 2012

Ah, Black Friday: a time for great deals, long lines and wanton disregard for human life. But you’re above all that, right? Or maybe you just need something to read while you’re waiting in line to get an iPad Mini. We’re not here to judge; it’s TOKYOPOP’s Cosplay Friday, so just kick back, relax and enjoy the best cosplay from around the web this week!

This seriously excellent Arturia Pendragon (Fate/Stay Night) cosplay made us stop and Saber the moment.

Holy tsundere, Batman! Is this a frame from a live-action Toradora!? No, it’s just some spot-on Taiga Aisaka cosplay.

Often mistaken for a hobgoblin version of the Little Rascals‘ Alfalfa, Amaimon (Blue Exorcist) is a goddamn demon prince and don’t you forget it! And he likes candy. We all have our weaknesses.

Given that there’s a new Rozen Maiden anime on the way, it’s only fitting that we feature this excellent Suigintou cosplay.

Enjoy it while you can, Tidus (Final Fantasy X). It’s just a matter of time ’til you realize you’re just the dream of a dead civilization.

What is it with Russia and awesome cosplay? We’re not complaining, especially when we get an Inquisitor Ordo Hereticus (Warhammer 40K) as good as this one.

Never let it be said that cosplayers can’t be into sports too. Case in point: Yuegene’s Ryota Kise (Kuroko’s Basketball) cosplay.

Think you’re too good for Legend of Zelda cosplay? Well, excuuuuuuuse me, Princess. Do they look familiar? Check the top of the page.

Looks like all that fighting evil by moonlight finally caught up with the Sailor Scouts. A little lounging never hurt anyone, right?

Haven’t seen Rise of the Guardians yet? What the heck is wrong with you? Admire this Jack Frost cosplay, go see it, then come back and really admire it.

What do you think? Quemment below and let us know! Got some hot cosplay tips or someone you think should be featured? Quemment or drop me a line on Twitter! Want even more content like this? Get the TOKYOPOP newsletter delivered to your inbox!