9 Green Lantern Cosplays

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With the endless variety of Green Lantern options and characters it’s easy to see why I can’t stop collecting for new articles. Each artist brings something different to the table and each design inspires you in a new way. Find 9 more of my favorites in today’s article and get ready to click some links. […]

12 Green Arrow Cosplays

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Green Arrow cosplays are becoming more and more popular and I’m certainly not complaining. Each one is unique and each one is inspiring in some way. I built Cos Couture to be a place where cosplayers could stand shoulder to shoulder with their peers and this article is a perfect example of that. I love […]

10 Green Arrow Cosplays

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Today’s character is Green Arrow! Meet 10 of my favorite cosplayers below and prepare to click some links. There’s only one character, but there are so many designs to choose from! Americo Luke Galli has a fantastic Facebook page and whenever he uploads it catches my attention. His Oliver Queen is just one of his […]

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