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Proof That Even the Most Obscure Characters Get Cosplayed

Every character, no matter how much time they have in a book, comic, or on-screen story, is an option for cosplay. If they don’t appear frequently, getting reference material can be more difficult, but it’s not impossible. Case in point: Redditor memphiz88 made a costume inspired by a character in The Force Awakens. If you blink, you’ll miss seeing Constable Zuvio on Jakku. The Star Wars alien was teased ahead of the film and featured in toys, but his role ended up being very small. Action figures of Zuvio are still warming pegs, which makes researching the red and green ensemble easier. This is the only cosplay I’ve seen of Zuvio so far.

via Reddit


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