10 Elizabeth Cosplays


My Bioshock archives just keep growing, and with rumors of a new game in development I’m happy to add to it again. Find more amazing Elizabeth artists in today’s feature. They’re all so gorgeous! First up is Rae 小雷 Cosplay, a Taiwanese Canadian cosplayer you need to be following. Her page is just plain pretty, […]

11 Booker DeWitt Cosplays


I am so excited to bring Booker DeWitt to my archives! I love the game Bioshock so it took me way too long to collect for a character I love. I chose cosplayers that inspire me and costumes that stood out. My archives are getting bigger and bigger, and I couldn’t be more proud of […]

10 Elizabeth Cosplays


It’s no secret that BioShock is one of my favorite games and I love that Elizabeth is such a popular character to cosplay. With so many gorgeous costume designs my archives are filling up fast, and I’m still collecting! Meet 11 of my current favorites below and remember to click some pages. Several of these […]

8 Big Daddy and Big Sister Cosplays


It’s no secret I love Bioshock so I’m a little surprised it has taken me so long to feature the big guys. I’m fixing that today with 8 of my favorite cosplayers and prop designers so get ready to go big or go home. These guys are incredible! First up is Volpin Props with his […]

8 Little Sister Cosplays


The Bioshock insanity continues! Yesterday we featured Elizabeth but I couldn’t let it go until I featured the super creepy Little Sister character. These cosplayers nail it and each one does an amazing job. Get ready for props, makeup, and some awesome cosplay! First up is Shattered Stitch Cosplay and she just keeps getting better. […]

11 Elizabeth Cosplays


Elizabeth (Or Anna DeWitt depending on how geeky you are!) is such a beautiful cosplay option. With multiple costumes to choose from there’s something for everyone and all of it is fantastic. How do you feature just 10?! I can’t, and have even more saved up for a future feature. Meet 11 of my favorite […]



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