Families that cosplay together, stay together. I’m not sure if that’s true, actually, but it seems like a logical line of thought. The Force Awakens has inspired more than a few family units to pull costumes together, and two examples recently came onto my radar. The above photo features Del and Ginny Bender as Han Solo and General Leia Organa. They’re surrounded by Cory Daniel as Chewbacca and Gordon Tarpley as C-3PO (note the red arm). R2-D2 and BB-8 were provided by Mike and Amy Senna.
The below picture features Victor and Julianne, and Baby8 as Finn, Rey, and BB-8. They look ridiculously sweet together.
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