10 Uncanny Cosplays to Make You Question Reality

10 Uncanny Cosplays to Make You Question Reality

December 12, 2014 0 By Alanna Smith

Seeing your favourite characters come to life is one of the joys of cosplay. There’s no limit to what you can do creatively when it comes to the craft, and I love seeing brand new versions or interpretations of a character. Every once in a while, though, I come across cosplays that are so accurate to the original that it’s almost unbelievable. And it’s not just the costume itself. Sometimes the cosplayer genuinely shares a physical resemblance to a character, other times they’ve done amazing makeup work to achieve the perfect look. Whatever the case, these people make me seriously question the line between fiction and reality.

Here are a few cosplay doppelganger’s from around the world. If you see some that you like, be sure to check out the artists and photographers to follow more of their work.

Toph by TophWei Cosplay Photography by Povolotskiy A

Toph by TophWei Cosplay
Photography by Povolotskiy A

Captain Amelia by Ryoko-Demon Photography by Kifir

Captain Amelia by Ryoko-Demon
Photography by Kifir

Hiccup by Liui Aquino Photographer Unknown

Hiccup by Liui Aquino
Photographer Unknown

Amazing Spider-Man by ASM Willis Photography by Irshrad Mustafa Dye Sub by McLean Krieger

Amazing Spider-Man by ASM Willis
Photography by Irshrad Mustafa
Dye Sub by McLean Krieger

Nigel Thornberry by Joshua Walker Marianne Thornberry by Voxophone Cosplay Photography by Nick Acott Photography

Nigel Thornberry by Joshua Walker
Marianne Thornberry by Voxophone Cosplay
Photography by Nick Acott Photography

Miss Martian by Aigue-Marine Photography by Petit Potato

Miss Martian by Aigue-Marine
Photography by Petit Potato

Captain Jack Sparrow by Vitaly Sparoff Photography by Slava-Grebenkin

Captain Jack Sparrow by Vitaly Sparoff
Photography by Slava-Grebenkin

Asami by Kamiko-Zero Photography by Oksana Mokrushina

Asami by Kamiko-Zero
Photography by Oksana Mokrushina

Hiro Hamada by Jin Photography by Reskiy

Hiro Hamada by Jin
Photography by Reskiy

This article was written for publication on The GCE by Alanna Smith