When we think about cosplay, we think it’s just a bunch of geeks geeking out about anime, video games or comics. Nothing really interesting. But these girls took cosplaying to the next level. Too much to the next level. They dress up as their favorite characters in video games, comics, anime, cartoon characters, you name it. But unlike the guys, these girls really play the character and show too much skin for the Comic-Con committees liking. They were warned and asked to tone it down a bit as it was too much for them to handle. The committee may be complaining but they’re the reason why people flock to Comic-Con conventions. Let’s take a look at the 20 Female Cosplayers Who Showed a Little Too Much Skin.
SuperMaryFace is a model, cosplayer and YouTuber from Australia but she is currently located in the United States. She is best known for her modelling stints but became the talk of the town within the gaming community when she got engaged to fellow YouTuber CinnamonToastKen. On her YouTube channel, she shows tutorials on how she creates her cosplay costumes.
Azulette is a Mexican cosplayer of Asian descent. She is also a photographer and graphic designer. With her good looks and curvy physique, she also does modelling on the side. She does cosplay flawlessly and because of that, she has snatched quite a number of fans adoring her.
Anna “Ormeli” Moleva is a Russian cosplayer. She works as a costume designer, model, actor and also voice acting. In an interview with World of Fantasy, she said, “Cosplay is sometimes compared to acting. It is believed that not only making a costume and learning a few racks is enough to fit your image on an emotional and spiritual level.” That’s how passionate she is.
Adami Langley is an artist and cosplay enthusiast. Her name’s actually Carolina but she prefers to be called Adami. She hails from Brazil and has been doing cosplay for quite some time. She’s already played a lot of characters and continues to do so passionately.
Crystal Graziano is a freelance artist and veteran cosplayer from Southern California. She started going to San Diego Comic-Con when she was just 10-years-old and her first cosplay character was Aerith from Final Fantasy VII. She’s all grown up now and is now sponsored by Firefall.