God of Hammers cosplay with LED eyes (don't try this!)

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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2019/03/18/god-of-hammers-cosplay-with-le.html

Thor is in the house.

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#2

Guessing she got the idea from this other guy? https://boingboing.net/2018/12/19/god-eyes.html

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#3

its very cool but I feel that maybe the potential long term effects have not been thought out.

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#4

If you could get the lens to light up in a sectioned sequence, it could resemble reptile 2nd eyelids.

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#5

He says in his video he got the idea from her though…

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#6

Oh! I retract my statement! I had just seen the other one on boingboing last year and assumed… but we all know what assuming does. ha.

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#7

You put your finger right on the middle of my misspent youth.

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#8

what if you were already blind, you could do this with no problems! That really is differently abled.

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is cataracts really too high of a price to pay for glowing eyes?

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#10

Don’t worry. It’s fine. It’s all fine.

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#11

The Killer Robot is the one on the left, yes?

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#12

It’s blindingly good.

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#13

I shan’t.

PS:

  1. Hope my convention-hopping niece doesn’t learn about this.
  2. She and a bunch of her cosplaying friends got their credit cards hacked through Creation Entertainment. Just so you know.
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#14

Our left, or the killer robot’s left?

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#15

Forget%20Lab%20Safety%2C%20I%20Want%20Superpowers

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#16

This happened to my wife too. And her mom and friend. A wonderful breach, that. They weren’t cosplaying, just attending the convention. It’ll be interesting to see if Creation Entertainment can recover from this breach.

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#17

Per my niece, CE are dodging blame… for now.

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#18

Just so. It wouldn’t be cosplay, otherwise.

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Not a surprise. According to my wife they first said it only effected a convention that took place in England. Then my wife received an alert about someone trying to spend $80 at Pizza Hut. Her mom wasn’t as lucky, since her card was a debit card. Two charges got through, one for $400 and one for $600. She was able to get one of them rejected, but not the other.

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#20

They’re both pretty far right of me.

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