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In the past, I have posted some pretty scary cosplay like the Diablo cosplay from a couple of years ago and the Silent Hill Nurse cosplay last year, but as scary as those were, I don’t think they can quite compare to this nightmare inducing Batman Arkham Knight Scarecrow cosplay.

While I am not sure who the actual cosplayer is under this mask, the mask itself was created by Matt Sprunger at Stage 1 Studios in Winter Park, FL with help from LuAndra Whitehurst and Robert Tuscani.  The photography was done by the obviously talented Rich Johnson.

If you happen to know who the cosplayer is under the mask, please let us know in the comments below so we can give them the credit they deserve.

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Batman Arkham Knight Scarecrow Cosplay

Scarecrow Cosplay

Batman Arkham Knight Scarecrow Cosplay

Scarecrow Cosplay

Batman Arkham Knight Scarecrow Cosplay

Batman Arkham Knight Scarecrow Cosplay

Batman Arkham Knight Scarecrow Cosplay

Batman Arkham Knight Scarecrow Cosplay

Batman Arkham Knight Scarecrow Cosplay

Batman Arkham Knight Scarecrow Cosplay

Batman Arkham Knight Scarecrow Cosplay

Batman Arkham Knight Scarecrow Cosplay

Scarecrow Cosplay

Scarecrow Cosplay

Scarecrow Cosplay

Scarecrow Cosplay

Scarecrow Cosplay

Scarecrow Cosplay

Scarecrow Cosplay

Scarecrow Cosplay

Scarecrow Cosplay

Scarecrow Cosplay

[Source:  Rich Johnson via Fashionably Geek]

It never ceases to amaze me just how romantic some geeks can be and the lengths they will go to when they propose to that special someone in their life.  I’ve seen elaborate proposals and some pretty cool rings and this definitely qualifies as a pretty sweet engagement ring!  In the past, I have featured a cool Portal Companion Cube engagement ring and an absolutely stunning Legend of Zelda engagement ring but when it comes to simple, classy and elegant, this Batman and Harley Quinn ring is perhaps my favorite.

This awesome Batman and Harley Quinn ring was designed by Daniel Maffett for his fiancée and made by Tom Sayers of Sayers Jewelers.  The design is very well done in my opinion and I love the end result!

Here is what Daniel had to say about the ring and his proposal.

“My goal going into this design was to create a ring that was traditionally elegant and sleek but represented my fiancé and I. Comic books are a big part of us and her favorite is obviously Batman and her favorite character is Harley Quinn,” says Daniel. Delivering the ring was the couple’s dog who proudly carried it in a sack of coal to Daniel’s fiancé.

Congrats to Daniel and his bride to be!

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Batman and Harley Quinn Ring

Batman and Harley Quinn Engagement Ring

Batman and Harley Quinn Engagement Ring

Batman and Harley Quinn Ring

[via Geekologie]

Having grown up playing games like Age of Empires, I’ve always thought medieval armor can be pretty cool although I never thought that it could also be really creepy.  Well, when the Batman universe collides with medieval armor, it can make for one heck of a scary looking Joker!  I am seriously worried that I may have this show up in my dreams tonight and that is not something I look forward to.

This stunning (and creepy) medieval Joker armor was created by Prince Armory.  This leather Joker armor is functional and consists of a jester’s helmet with Joker mask, breastplate, drama face pauldrons, jester’s war skirt, cuisses/knees/greaves, and articulated jester shoe sabatons.  All of it appears to be very well done!  I wonder how much time went into this incredible Joker armor because it obviously required a lot of it to get this level of quality and detail.

Even if it is just leather, if I met somebody looking like this on the battlefield, you can bet I would be running the other direction!

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Medieval Joker Fantasy Armor

Medieval Joker Armor

Medieval Joker Armor Side

The Joker’s Medieval Armor Side View

Leather Medieval Joker Armor

Medieval Joker Armor Back View

[Source:  Prince Armory via Geeks Are Sexy]

Although I don’t see myself ever getting a tattoo, I am now a huge fan of well done tattoos even though I found them repulsive for most of my life.  Speaking of well done tattoos, I think I have found a rather incredible Batman tattoo you guys are going to love.

At the end of last year, I posted an incredible tattoo of Batman punching the Joker on one guys side.  Well, I have come across another incredible and extremely detailed Batman tattoo but this one is in the form of a sleeve tattoo rather than on somebody’s side.

I’m not sure who this lucky fellow is that got this amazing work of Batman comic book art tattooed on his arm but this was inked by Ian at Ian Ink Tattoo.  I’d say Ian is one heck of a talented tattoo artist!

The coloring and detail is amazing!  I can’t even imagine how long it took to make this sleeve but it was definitely worth it.

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Batman Sleeve Tattoo

Batman Comic Book Sleeve Tattoo

[Source:  Ian Ink Tattoo via Fashionably Geek]

If the pictures I have seen are any indication, I suspect all of the Fanboy Fashion readers have descended on the San Diego Comic Con even this weekend so I am not even sure I should bother with this post since I doubt anybody will see it but since I am stuck at home since I couldn’t afford to go to SDCC this year, I might as well and just hope that people pass this post around the show floor and maybe I can get a few new readers.

Speaking of things you might see around the San Diego Comic Con, I wouldn’t be surprised at all if you spotted some lady walking around in awesome Batman heels like these.

Etsy seller WickedAddiction is selling these incredible Swarovski crystal encrusted Batman Heels for $175.  This pair of Batman high heels are hand painted and covered with more than 2000 Swarovski crystals.  The price may seem a little steep but when you think about the time and effort involved in the painting and placing of more than 2000 crystals, this almost feels like a bargain.

Too bad they don’t have shoes like these for guys because I have always wanted a pair of Batman shoes that say “BIFF!” and “KAPOW!”

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Batman High Heel Shoes

Batman Heels

[Source:  Etsy via Fashionably Geek]

It may still feel like winter in a lot of places (I think we are even expecting snow where I live on Monday), but with April just a couple of days away, it is time to start thinking about bikini season!  Summer isn’t far off so now is the perfect time to make sure you have your beachwear picked out and ready to go so you aren’t scrambling at the last minute to find something to wear while the beach weather is nice.  Well, if you are a woman that is a fan of Batgirl, I have found the perfect bikini and monokini for you!

The superhero loving geeks over at SuperHeroStuff are selling this Batgirl bandeau bikini for just $39.99 and this Batgirl bandeau monokini for $39.99 as well.  Whether you prefer a two piece bikini or a monokini, both are some pretty cool swimwear!  Perhaps one perk of the monokini is the utility belt but sadly it isn’t a functional utility belt.

I am curious to know what you prefer (bikini or monokini) so let me know in the comments below!  The more I know about what you guys like, the easier it is for me to post stuff you like.

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Batman Bikini

Batgirl Bikini

Batman Bikini Back

Batgirl Bikini Back

Batgirl Swimwear

Batgirl Monokini

[Source:  Superherostuff (bikini / monokini) via Fashionably Geek]

Crocheted Bane Mask

March 11, 2013 — Leave a comment

It wasn’t until a few weeks ago that I finally got a chance to watch the latest Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises (despite going to see it on opening night which is a long story) but I thought it was pretty good.  I found the Bane character to be quite interesting although I really didn’t think the voice matched the look of the character.  Then again I’m not a fan of the Batman voice either so what do I know?

Anyway, I stumbled upon this really cool mask that I am sure the Bane fans are going to love.

Etsy seller StitchFinderGeneral is selling this awesome crocheted Bane mask for $91.95.  Because it is so awesome, it is apparently selling so well that there is now a 4 month long waiting list just to get one.  If you decide to get one, the seller says to contact them first so keep that in mind if you decide to get one of these crocheted Bane masks.

This would make for a great mask Halloween so that is something to think about if you are interested in being Bane this year.

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Crochet Bane Mask

Crocheted Bane Mask

[Source:  Etsy]

I’m not dumb enough to get on Batman’s bad side anyway but if Batman came at me looking like this, I would probably curl up in the fetal position and cry for my mommy.  Seriously, of all of the amazing Batman cosplay I have seen over the years, this one scares the crap out of me.  I’m not somebody that scares easily but this pretty much does it.

I’m not sure who the cosplayer is that is sporting this badass Batman Warrior cosplay (if you know, please let us know in the comments below so we can give them credit for this amazing costume), but apparently he was spotted at the Emerald City Comic Con last week.  This particular photo was taken by Adam L Photography although I have seen others by many other people.

I’m not sure what possessed this man to combine Batman with a samurai and who knows what else, but the costume turned out amazing!

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Batman Cosplay

Warrior Batman Cosplay

[Via:  Obvious Winner]

Like many Batman fans, I grew up watching the Batman tv show from this 60s (I’m not that old, I just watched the reruns that were still playing over 20 years later) and of all of the characters on the show, I think the Riddler was perhaps my favorite.  While I have never got into the Batman comic books, there are many people that have and have a love for the Riddler from there.  And apparently one of those people also happens to be pretty talented when it comes to amazing eye makeup designs too!

DeviantART user KikiMJ created this phenomenal created this amazing Riddler eye makeup based on the DC comic book character.  I’d say she did quite a spectacular job!  If you like this, I’d suggest checking out her DeviantART account as she has a ton of other amazing eye makeup art and some rather creepy looking zombie makeup jobs.

It feels appropriate to end this post with a classic Riddler riddle from the 60s Batman tv show for you guys to answer in the comments.  Don’t cheat and look it up, try to figure it out!

Riddle:  What is it that’s always coming but never arrives?

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Batman Riddler Eye Makeup

Riddler Eye Makeup

[Source:  KikiMJ via Fashionably Geek]