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June 21, 2012

Lady Loki Cosplay

— Posted by The Amazing Anthony

For fans of the comics the fact that Loki underwent a gender change is an odd choice. For fans of the comics who are also fans of cosplay the fact that Loki underwent a gender change is a great opportunity for girls who are fans of comics to strut around convention centers in pursuit of adoration and ocular oggling. This my friends is our lucky day as one determined young woman made the effort to create a Loki costume for all of our enjoyment:


How did she get those horns? That’s an amazingly detailed costume and she even has the appropriately matching lipstick! It’s not often I see such impressive cosplay but when I do I feel compelled to share. With the SDCC fast approaching we’ll have plenty more photos flooding the web. Can’t wait to see more, but that’s all for now…

Source: Geek Tyrant

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11 thoughts on “Lady Loki Cosplay

  1. but make me the pleasure!!! and this is a Loki cosplay??? but please!!! is’t near in nothing with stan lee’s character!!!!  Loki have a complete suite at scaleless, why that girl done tath??? why??? my godness wy???

  2. @browncoat_ange also informing you now, you have to come to weho for the Halloween carnivale. It’s like isla vista, but better.

  3. @browncoat_ange @iamtheplague @dansolocreative I wanna hate it, but I can’t. I’ve never been one for cosplay, but that bodice is cool, dude.

  4. @browncoat_ange I totally want to be loki in germany at that art gallery which will just confuse people because I will just be wearing a

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