I have a “little” anger problem, and I can see why the Gods did not favour me with super strength – even though I want that power the most!
Another great Studio Ghibli movie!! Kiki’s Delivery Service is a Japanese animation, released in 1989. It was written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki and was adapted from a novel by the same name written by Eiko Kadono in 1985.
Hawkgirl is just one of those characters you’re instantly drawn to! Her giant wings and that mace of hers is too epic!! I’ve always wanted to do a Hawkgirl cosplay but this version is a little retro!
OK, I really really love Supergirl, she’s everything I’d like to be – beautiful, smart, powerful and laser-eyes don’t hurt either! So I had to make another Supergirl Cosplay.
I love this anime!!
Deadman Wonderland is just one of those manga/anime series that you just can’t get enough of. Written by Jinsei Kataoka and illustrated by Kazuma Kondou in 2008. The Anime was released in 2011.
My first teddy-bear was a giant Pink Panther and my first doll was a He-man toy, so when Filmation made She-ra – I just had to have everything She-ra! I think I still have one of those old sticker books that you could cut out and make a bedroom mobile with it, I just could never get all the stickers! I am proud to present my She-ra cosplay!
I’m a huge Studio Ghibli fan, their animated movies are beautiful, haunting and utterly brilliant. They have over 20 movies – and all are worth watching!! I am proud to present my No Face cosplay!
Spirited Away is a Japanese animation, released in 2001. It tells the tale of Chihiro, a little girl, who while moving to a new neighbourhood, accidentally enters the spirit world. Chihiro takes a job working in a witch’s bathhouse to find a way to free herself and her parents.
Oh my word what am I thinking! I can’t sew! But it’s Supergirl! And Michael Turner is so talented, why does he draw women so beautifully and if you’ve seen or read Soulfire, you know what I’m talking about!! Take a look at my Supergirl Cosplay!
Growing up, I loved comic books, cartoons and movies, and who doesn’t want to be a superhero?! So after a year of following (stalking) the local South African cosplay scene, and meeting such amazing and friendly cosplayers, I decided to give it a go. Enter Cassie Hack!