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Cosplay Feature: Kirilee Cosplay & Giorgia Costumes

Australian based cosplayers Kirilee Cosplay & Giorgia Costumes are veterans of the cosplay scene. With their added 15+ years experience they won first place at SMASH earlier this year earning them a ticket to represent Australia at the World Cosplay Summit in Nagoya, Japan. They took some time out to talk to Beyond Cosplay about their beginnings, endeavours and their ... Read More »

A special Thor’s day

2011 saw the Marvel Cinematic Universe have a thundering entrance into cinemas with the first introduction of Thor. With Chris Hemsworth leading a star studded cast, there was little that could match the films mighty power in the box office. The film opened a portal that allowed a look into an intricate storyline that was presented well with amazing visuals ... Read More »

PAX Au Indie Spotlight – Projection – Shadowplay Studios

A shadow puppet adventure about light manipulation, curiosity and lost art. Projection is a game in which you control a light to cast shadows that can be used as physical platforms. To solve puzzles, explore new and wonderful worlds rooted in the historic tradition and the forgotten art of shadow puppetry with both Indonesian and Chinese roots from the team. ... Read More »

PAX Au Indie Spotlight – The Gardens Between – The Voxel Agents

The Gardens between is a beautiful, smooth, curious, story driven, indie puzzler crafted from nostalgia by The Voxel Agents (Train conductor world, Puzzle retreat) Available for Steam on PC or Mac in Q3, 2018. The Gardens Between is definitely on my watch list. Gifted with the chance to play about a 30min demo of the game, I was introduced to ... Read More »

EB Expo 2017

EB Expo has come and gone this year and for a bit of a scene change, was held at the Gold Coast convention and exhibition centre. Lucky enough to get a media pass for my first time ever at the expo, I headed in early Saturday morning to see the setup before the doors opened. Like a shopping centre before ... Read More »

Retro Movie Review: Blade Runner

Blade Runner is a cult sci-fi classic released in 1982 directed by the acclaimed Ridley Scott. The movie follows protagonist Rick Decker (Harrison Ford) as he peruses six replicants which are described as bio-robotic androids. These replicants look identical to adult humans and are used as slaves or for menial duties but have superior strength, speed and agility among other ... Read More »

Sydney OZ Comic Con 2017

OZ Comic Con at the International Convention Centre in Sydney, Australia is the last leg and one we were lucky enough to cover for the entire two days it was in town. While most of us ended with an all time high: mainly to see friends old and new – there are the usual good and bad points to discuss. ... Read More »

Cosplayer coverage: Scrap Shop Props

When people think of epic cosplays they usually think only a few things; Bright colours, a million sequins and 1000 hours. or HUGE!!! Well these guys are masters of the latter. Meet Cain and Oarin from Scrap Shop Props.   Their Reinheart was epic. thanks guys, we are all waiting to see what you come up with next. (apologies to ... Read More »

OZ Comic Con Brisbane 2017 wrap up

Everyone loves Brisbane. that’s obvious by the 3.6% growth on average over the last 5 years. people are moving to Brisbane for the weather, work, and lifestyle. I moved here myself from Sydney to get a piece of the action. So when OZ Comic Con comes to town you know it’s going to put on a show. Beyond Cosplay went ... Read More »

Henchwench Interview

Have you ever ogled over a well known cosplayer’s work and wondered how they got to be so amazing? The weekend just gone at Oz Comic Con Brisbane and I had the privilege of hanging out with Clare from Henchwench Cosplay. We talked about early influences, passions and advice for anyone crazy enough to willingly take on this hobby… seriously ... Read More »