9 Elektra Collection

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COSPLAYER: Chipi cosplay
Additional links for Chipi cosplay: DeviantArt, Twitter, and Instagram
Photographer: Jonathan Durán Photography

COSPLAYER: Hekady Cosplay
Additional links for Hekady Cosplay: Her Website, DeviantArt, Twitter, Tumblr, and YouTube
Photographer: Shinigami Photography

COSPLAYER: Silver Shade Cosplay
Additional links for Silver Shade Cosplay: Tumblr
Photographer: WeNeals Photography and Retouching

COSPLAYER: Jeanne Killjoy
Additional links for Jeanne Killjoy: Her Website, DeviantArt, YouTube, and Twitter
Photographer: Superhero Creations by Adam Jay

COSPLAYER: Danielle Vedovelli
Additional links for Danielle Vedovelli: DeviantArt and YouTube
Photographer: Alessandra Luz Fotos

COSPLAYER: Vanessa Wedge Cosplay
Additional links for Vanessa Wedge Cosplay: DeviantArt, Twitter, and Instagram
Photographer: Adam Woz

Photographer: Tobias Roybal Photography

Cosplayer: Izabel Cortez
Additional links for Izabel Cortez: DeviantArt
Photographer: Jemarc Mojica | Photography

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COSPLAYER: Talyn-X Cosplay
Photographer: Chris

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