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  • Cosplay The Marvel Way: A Guide To Costuming Culture & Crafting

    Universe: Marvel
    Author: Judy Stephens
    Published by: Running Press

    £17.97 RRP£18.99

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Product Description

The cosplay producer and co-creator of the Women Of Marvel podcast weaves together the history of Marvel cosplay with practical tips, advice, and instructions on how-to create your own cosplays based on popular Marvel heroes Black Panther, Captain America, Ms. Marvel, Ironheart, Phoenix and Loki.

An officially licensed guide to learning about and creating Marvel cosplays, Cosplay the Marvel Way walks readers through every step of the creative process, from choosing a character, gathering your materials and tools, building your cosplay using items in your closet or from the thrift store, and showing off their new look at a convention or photoshoot.

Whether you are just starting out or have a whole closet jam-packed with amazing cosplays, this book is perfect for anyone Marvel fans that are interested in or love dressing up as their favourite super heroes.

Cosplay the Marvel Way is a reminder that cosplay is more than making and putting on a costume-it’s about community, about finding who you are, and expressing it through the intersection of comics and fashion.

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Binding
  • Trade Paperback
Cat. No.
  • 6403690
EAN
  • 978076248580252400
ISBN
  • 9780762485802