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Cosplay Wednesday – Super Mario Galaxy’s Rosalina

Cosplay Wednesday - Super Mario Galaxy's Rosalina

Move over Princess Peach (and Daisy, I guess): There’s a new princess in town!

Originally making her appearance in Super Mario Galaxy, the princess Rosalina has since made cameos in Mario Kart Wii, Super Mario 3D World, and now the new Super Smash Bros. It seems only fitting that we at Gamers Heroes find some Rosalina cosplay worthy of this royalty — thankfully, IchigoKitty is on the case.

IchigoKitty (or Andrea/Misatonpenpen to her friends) has always been a huge fan of Japanese culture and animation. You could say she is a one-woman army as well, sewing her own costumes from scratch, making stylized wigs and accessories, and handling her own photoshoots since 2002.

IchigoKitty’s Rosalina cosplay was done in 2008. Drawn to how motherly and princessy Rosalina is, she made this dress with silver high heels, a crown made of polystyrene and foamie, and even a star wand made out of wood. Since then, she has shown it off at Megacon 2008, Jacon 2008, Anime Expo 2008, AWA 2008, TNT 2009, and Anime Boston 2010.

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Want to see more of IchigoKitty? Check out IchigoKitty on Facebook here, on her Twitter page here, on her DeviantArt page here, and at her official Website here.

Do you enjoy a bit of gaming cosplay? Or maybe you’re passionate enough to do it full time. Drop me a line at casey[at]gamersheroes[dot]com and we’ll feature some of your cosplay.

Casey Scheld

Casey Scheld has more than 15 years of experience in the gaming industry as a community manager, social media director, event specialist, and (of course) gaming editor. He has previously worked with gaming start-ups like Raptr, publishers like Konami, and roller derby girls at PAX West (check out Jam City Rollergirls)! Gamers Heroes is a passion project for him, giving him a chance to tap into the underground side of gaming. He is all too eager to give these lesser-known heroes of the indie space the attention they so rightly deserve, seeking out the next gem and sharing it with the world. Previously making appearances at events like CES, GDC, and (the late) E3, he is all too happy to seek out the next big thing. For those that want to talk shop, send over a tip, or get an easy win in a fighting game of their choosing, be sure to check out his social media channels below.

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