Cosplay and Costuming Events

OtakuFest will have several cosplay and costuming events throughout the weekend, with non-stop panels, workshops, contests and photo-shoots! Here are some highlights of what we have planned!


COSPLAY INFORMATION BOOTH
Located at Booth [#TBA] in the Exhibition Hall, next to the COSPLAY PHOTO BOOTHS (Booths #TBA). The Cosplay Information Booth is the place to sign up for ALL cosplay related events and where you can get all of your cosplay event questions answered. This is where you sign up for the Costume and Cosplay Contests! The Cosplay Information booth will be open each day during Exhibition Room hours.


COSPLAY PHOTO BOOTHS
Want to get your picture taken in costume? The Cosplay Photo Booths will be set up at Booth [#TBA] next to the Cosplay Info Booth, and will be open as long as the Exhibition Room is open. All pictures will be posted online after the show on our Flickr/Facebook page.


COSPLAY HOSPITAL
Have a costume in need of a fix? Well drop on by the Cosplay Hospital at Booths [#TBA] to help with your costuming woes.


COSTUMING WORKSHOPS
OtakuFest will have dozens of informative costuming workshops for the novice and intermediate cosplayer, hosted by experts and enthusiasts in various fields.


COSPLAY MEET-UPS
Looking to team up with your Hokage, or maybe you’re ready to GO BEYOND with your classmates from Class 1A?! Stay tuned for our schedule of cosplay meet-ups for massive photoshoots with other fans from the community!


OTAKUFEST 2019 COSTUME CONTEST
Go for the gold in one of the most competitive costuming events in South Florida! OVER $2,000 IN CASH & PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED AT THE SHOW! Watch the most talented cosplayers and costumers in South Florida as they show off their amazing costumes, or compete and let your talent shine through! The contest is open to ALL skill levels to ensure both novice and experienced costumers have a chance to shine with over $2,000 in cash and prizes, including $500 cash for Best In Show! The divisions for the Costume Contest include: Master, Journeyman, Novice and Junior/Youth. For all the info on the event CLICK HERE.



OTAKU WITH ATTITUDE: LATE NIGHT COSTUME CONTEST
A special “Late Night” costume contest showcasing our favorite heroes and villains! Since this contest takes place late at night, no one under the age of 17 may enter. This contest will be judged by a special panel consisting of some of our special guests. This is a runway style contest with no pre-judging. Costumes may be of any hero or villain in comics, cartoons, movies, anime, video games, etc. Costumes may be handmade or store bought. CLICK HERE for more info.


RUNWAY COSTUME CONTEST
This contest will be “Runway” style. There will be no pre-judging. Contestants can enter in store bought or homemade costumes. CLICK HERE for rules and info on entering the contest! AWARDS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AS FOLLOWS: Best in Show, Best Individual, 2nd place – Individual, Best Group, 2nd place – Group, Best Junior / Youth, and Judges Awards (x3).


MASQUERADE COSTUME/PERFORMANCE CONTEST
The Masquerade Costume/Performance Contest is where costuming and cosplay go to the next level! OVER $500 IN CASH & PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED AT THE SHOW! Contestants can enter as individuals or as a group and will be judged based on costume craftsmanship and stage performance. Think of it as a costume talent show. More than just a cosplay contest, this is your chance to put on a performance as the character(s) you are portraying! The divisions for the Masquerade Costume Contest include: Master, Journeyman, Novice and Junior/Youth. CLICK HERE for more info.


 

Otakufest Costume Contest

OTAKUFEST 2019 COSTUME CONTEST

Go for the gold in one of the most competitive costuming events in South Florida! OVER $2,000 IN CASH & PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED AT THE SHOW! Watch the most talented cosplayers and costumers in South Florida as they show off their amazing costumes, or compete and let your talent shine through! The contest is open to ALL skill levels to ensure both novice and experienced costumers have a chance to shine with over $2,000 in cash and prizes, including $500 cash for Best In Show! The divisions for the Costume Contest include: Master, Journeyman, Novice and Junior/Youth.

PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED AS FOLLOWS:
• BEST IN SHOW: $500 CASH PRIZE & AWARD TROPHY
• Con Chair Spotlight: $300 cash prize & Award trophy
• Masters Award: $250 cash prize & Award trophy
• Craftsmanship Award: $100 cash prize & Award trophy
• Best Individual, Journeyman: $100 cash prize & Award trophy
• Best Individual, Novice: $75 cash prize & Award trophy
• Best Individual, Junior/Youth: $75 cash prize & Award trophy
• Best Prop: $75 cash prize & Award trophy
• Best Group, Journeyman / Masters: $100 cash prize & Award trophy
• Best Group, Novice: $100 cash prize & Award trophy
• Best Individual, Uncertified: $75 cash prize & Award trophy
• Best Group, Uncertified: $100 cash prize & Award trophy
• Best Original Character: $75 cash prize & Award trophy
• Judges’ Awards (3): Award trophies

CLICK HERE to enter the OtakuFest 2019 Costume Contest prior to the advance registration deadline of July 31th, 2019. Any entries not received by July 31, 2019 must be entered at the convention at the Cosplay Information Booth. All entries will be contacted back via email with a contestant # and pre-judging information.

COSTUME COMPETITION SKILL DIVISIONS
In the interest of fairness, and to allow for the best possible competition among peers, we have separate divisions for entrants based on skill and experience. This is to ensure that both novice and experienced costumers have a reasonably equal chance to win awards in the Costume Competition. The divisions include: Master, Journeyman, Novice, and Junior/Youth. A competitor may always choose to compete in a higher division than that in which the costume competition director has placed him or her in. He or she may not choose to compete in a lower division.

Commissioned costumes (paying a person to make your costume), or costumes which have been created by a person not at the event with the entrant, may be classified as Uncertified, as long as the creator of the costume is available to speak with judges and go over the costume creation via Skype or Google Hangouts during pre-judging. Costumes entered as Uncertified are eligible for consideration in the following award categories: Best in Show, Con Chair Spotlight, Best Individual: Uncertified, and Best Group: Uncertified. If the creator of the costume in unavailable to speak with judges, the entrant will only be able to enter as an Exhibition Costume and therefore only eligible for a Judges’ award.

Master:
(a) Any competitor may enter the Master division.

Journeyman:
(a) Professional (Master) costumers may not enter as a Journeyman.
(b) A contestant who has competed and won in the Master division at another major competition in the past may not enter in the Journeyman division.
(c) A contestant who has won Best Journeyman at another major competition may not enter the
Journeyman division.
(d) A contestant who has won more than three major awards in the Journeyman division at other major competitions may not enter in the Journeyman division.
(e) Minor awards may be counted towards placement at the discretion of the costumer.

Novice:
(a) Professional (Journeyman or Master) costumers may not enter the Novice division.
(b) A contestant who has competed and won in any division other than novice at another major competition may not enter in the Novice division.
(c) A contestant who has won Best in Show or Best Novice at another major competition may not enter the Novice division.
(d) A contestant who has won more than three major awards at other major competitions (in either the novice division or a non division event) may not enter in the Novice division.
(e) Minor awards may be counted towards placement at the discretion of the costumer.

Junior/Youth:
(a) The Junior/Youth division is for any child under the age of 13.
(b) A child wearing a costume designed and built entirely by an adult should be entered either in the adult’s appropriate skill division or entered as an Exhibition costume. We wish to encourage creativity among the junior division in an effort to help them grow into accomplished costumers.

SPECIAL NOTE FOR GROUPS: Each member of the group must note which skill division they belong to on the costume competition entry form. Group members may belong to any skill division. The judges will use their discretion to determine which skill division to judge the group as a whole.

AWARDS: All awards, with the exception of the Con Chair Spotlight and Judges’ Awards, will be chosen by majority vote of the Judging Committee. The Con Chair Spotlight will be chosen by the Convention Chairman at his discretion. Judges’ Awards will be chosen by the individual judges.

COSTUME COMPETITION RULES

1. One costume per person. No separate entries from the same person.

2. All costumes should come from an established cartoon, TV show, movie, comic book, anime, video game, manga, novel, movie or kpop/jpop artist. Please bring reference photos or drawings of the character. Non-established and fan-designed characters are allowed on a case by case basis. Please contact cosplay@otakufest.com if this is the case.

3. All costumes must be entered by their creator, with the exception of uncertified entries. Costumes may be worn by models, but prizes will be awarded to the person who created the costume, so both applicants must be present at the pre-judging and the contest. If you choose to use a model, be sure to include this information on your application. Uncertified entries (costumes created by a person or persons not in attendance) may be entered by the model, but are only eligible for consideration in the following award categories: Best in Show, Con Chair Spotlight, Best Individual: Uncertified, and Best Group: Uncertified. Creators of costumes entered in the uncertified category must be available during pre-judging to speak with judges via Skype or Google Hangouts. If the creator of the costume is unavailable to speak with judges, the entrant will only be able to enter as an Exhibition Costume and therefore will only be eligible for a Judges’ Award.

4. Store-bought costumes are not allowed. The following items are allowed to be store-bought: Wigs, Notions & Trims, Belts, Shoes, Jewelry, Most Accessories, and Props (which will make you ineligible for a prop award). Other items will be allowed at the discretion of the judges. Please email in advance if you have a question regarding a store-bought item. Remember: this is a competition that focuses on craftsmanship. The more you create, the more impressive the finished costume is. If you wish to wear a store-bought costume, you can enter as an Exhibition entry (non-judged).

5. Commissioned costumes may only be entered if the creator of the costume is in attendance. As well, commissioned costumes may be entered into the Uncertified category. See above rules for requirements for Uncertified entries.

6. NO PETS! Pets are not cosplay props. Anyone who enters the contest with a pet will be immediately disqualified.

7. All contestants must fill out the OtakuFest 2019 Costume Contest Entry Form. This is a pre-judged competition. Pre-judging will occur on the Saturday of the show in 2 separate sessions. There will be a morning session from 10:00am – 1:30pm open only to those who have pre-registered for the competition online or at the show on Friday (at the official Cosplay Info Booth). This session is done so that as few people as possible have to miss out on any other aspect of the show. Remember, we’re all there to have fun, and nobody really wants to have to wait in a long line when there’s cool stuff to do. The second session is for contestants who register at the show, or can’t make the morning session for some reason. The second session will occur from 3:00pm – 5:00pm(If there is a need for one).

8. All contestants (with the exception of Juniors) must submit reference photos at pre-judging. We need accurate reference photos or drawings of your character/costume. Remember: it may be your favorite character from one episode of your favorite anime that only showed once in Japan, or a costume worn by a character in one comic book issue, but to the judges, it may be something entirely new. We also need in-progress photos of you making your costume (at least 3 or 4). The higher the division, the more reference we expect. We want to see your costume from conception to creation. Show us how good you are… impress us!

9. THE RE-RUN RULE: If you have won an award (any award) for a costume at one of our previous event, you may NOT enter the costume again. It’s time to make a new winning costume. Minor changes to a costume do not constitute a new costume. If you are presenting a costume that has won an award at another major competition, the following rules apply:
(A) Any costume that has won an award at another major competition prior to 2019 is not allowed. It’s a new year, time for a new winning costume. You may present the winning costume as an exhibition entry if you’d like, but it will not be eligible for judging.
(B) Any costume that has won an award at another major competition in 2019 is allowed.

10. No Nudity. This contest will contain younger contestants. All costumes must be PG-13, PG, G.

11. No bad behavior. You know what that means. No trash talking, sabotage, or poor sportsmanship. Improper behavior will get you removed from the competition and possibly the convention. Remember, we’re all here to have fun.

12. No harmful or potentially harmful materials will be allowed. This includes, but is not limited to: water, cigarettes, flames, fireworks, silly string, and any other substance that can be fired, launched, or dripped.

13. WEAPONS POLICY: You may pose with your weapon at the costume competition, however, there is to be no waving of weapons around so that there can be an accident. It’s never planned for someone to get hurt… that’s why they call them accidents.

14. If participants are seen using a weapon inappropriately (play fighting, waving it around, etc), they will be automatically disqualified and might potentially be removed from the con.

15. The number of entries will be capped at 100.

16. Please note that winners of cash prizes of $600 or over will be required to fill out a W9 on site. Anyone who cannot complete a W9 or have a parent complete a W9 on site may have to wait until one is able to be completed before receiving their prize.

What can I expect at the contest?
When you first arrive at the show, there will be a COSPLAY INFO BOOTH located at Booth [#TBA] in the Exhibition Hall. This is where all questions regarding the competition can be answered, and where you will need to go to sign up and/or check in.

Who can enter?
All attendees who have an event badge or wristband for OtakuFest can enter this contest. Participants can enter as individuals or in groups (up to 10 per group).

How do I sign up for the contest?
There are two ways to register for the competition:

(1) Register Online. This is the most preferred method. Click here to complete the Costume Competition entry form. When you register online, you will receive an email confirmation with your contestant # and a time to arrive for pre-judging. When you get to the show, you will need to sign in at the COSPLAY BOOTH [#TBA], where you will be given further instructions.

(2) Register at the convention. Participants will be able to sign up for the contest at the COSPLAY INFO BOOTH [#TBA], located in the Exhibition Hall. Fill out and return the entry form to the registration table. You will be given a contestant # and a time to arrive for pre-judging. Everyone must be signed in and all forms must be handed in by 3:00pm on Saturday.

Roll Call: All entrants must show up 30 minutes prior to the competition for roll call in the Main Events room (MACC 2).

All contestants must fill out the Costume Contest Entry Form prior to the Advance Registration Deadline of July 31st, 2019. All entries sent by email will be contacted back via email with a contestant # and pre-judging information. Any entries not sent in advance by July 31st, 2019 must be entered at the convention at the COSPLAY INFO BOOTH located at Booth [#TBA] in the Exhibition Hall.

If you have any questions, please e-mail us at cosplay@otakufest.com


 

Masquerade Costume/Performance Contest

Masquerade Costume/Performance Contest is where costuming and cosplay go to the next level! This is a competition based on performance and presentation. Prepare your best stage performance and your best costume to compete with some of the best cosplayers in the state!

Click HERE to complete the Masquerade Costume/Performance Contest entry form. Scroll down to read information, rules, and regulations.

PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED AS FOLLOWS:
• BEST IN SHOW: $200 CASH PRIZE & AWARD TROPHY
• Best Individual: $100 cash prize & Award Trophy
• Best Group: $100 cash prize & Award Trophy
• Best Junior / Youth: $50 cash prize & Award Medallion
• 2nd place – Individual: $50 cash prize & Award Medallion
• 2nd place – Group: $50 cash prize & Award Medallion

Contestants can enter as individuals or as a group and will be judged based on stage performance and costumes. Think of it as a costume talent show; more than just a cosplay contest, this is your chance to put on a performance as the character(s) you are portraying!

AWARDS: All awards, with the exception of the Con Chair Spotlight and Judges’ Awards, will be chosen by majority vote of the Judging Committee. The Con Chair Spotlight will be chosen by the Convention Chairman at his discretion. Judges’ Awards will be chosen by the individual judges.

MASQUERADE COSTUME CONTEST RULES

1. One entry per person. No separate entries from the same person. If you enter as part of a group, you may not enter as an individual. If you enter as an individual, you may not enter as part of a group. Groups are limited to a maximum of 12 individuals on stage at the same time.

2. The competition is limited to 50 entries, with no exceptions. If you wish to compete, you may pre-register online via the Masquerade Contest Entry Form or register on site at the COSPLAY INFO BOOTH, in the Exhibition Hall. There is a limit of 30 entries that will be accepted in advance. We will close the form when that number has been reached. The additional 20 spots will be held for people to enter at the convention. Any of the 30 advance slots not already reserved will be open at the convention in addition to the 20 already available. Once the roster of 50 entries is filled, additional entrants will be offered will call slots in the event of a no show, on a first come, first serve basis. All pre-registered attendees MUST check in at the Cosplay Info Booth by Sunday at 4:00pm or you will lose your spot, which will be given to one of the will call entries. There are NO exceptions to this rule.

3. There is a performance time limit of 90 seconds for individuals and 3 minutes for groups.

4. When you check in at the COSPLAY INFO BOOTH, in the Exhibition Hall, the staff at the table will log you in as an entrant, read your form, and help you (if necessary) in composing the best announcement for your entrance. They will also need any audio CD that you wish to use in your performance at that time. There is no pre-judging. You will be given instructions on where to meet for roll call at the registration desk. Roll call will be at 30 minutes before the start of the contest.

5. NO microphones may be used by the contestants. All vocals and music must be pre-recorded on a CD with the exception of a written emcee introduction. Contestants need to be aware that anything spoken onstage, without amplification, cannot be heard in the room, or even at the judges’ table located directly in front of the stage. To have music or dialog accompany your presentation, you must pre-record it on a CD and you MUST bring the CD when you register so that the track can be reviewed and loaded into our system. Your CD will be kept by the staff in case the track has to be re-copied. On your tech sheet, you will indicate when the track is to be played during your performance. Untested, unapproved, new, or changed CDs will not be accepted after registration has closed. We can use CDs with any music, dialogue, etc. that you wish, as long as there is no profanity.

6. If you have won an award at another major convention prior to 2019 with the same performance/costume(s), you will be disqualified. It’s a new year, time for a new performance. You may enter if you have won an award at another major convention in 2019 with the same performance/costume(s).

7. No Nudity. This contest will contain younger contestants. All costumes/skits must be PG-13, PG, or G.

8. No bad behavior. You know what that means. No trash talking, sabotage, or poor sportsmanship. Improper behavior will get you removed from the competition and possibly the convention. Remember, we’re all here to have fun.

9. No harmful or potentially harmful materials will be allowed. This includes, but is not limited to: water, cigarettes, flames, fireworks, silly string, and any other substance that can be fired, launched, or dripped.

10. WEAPONS POLICY: You may pose with your weapon at the costume competition, however, there is to be no waving of weapons around so that there can be an accident. It’s never planned for someone to get hurt… that’s why they call them accidents.

11. IMPRESS US! This is a competition based on performance and costume. The more the judges and audience are entertained and impressed, the greater chance you have to WIN!

12. Please note that winners of cash prizes of $600 or over will be required to fill out a W9 on site. Anyone who cannot complete a W9 or have a parent complete a W9 on site may have to wait until one is able to be completed before receiving their prize.

How do I sign up for the contest?
There are two ways to register for the competition:

(1) Register Online. Click here to complete the Masquerade Costume/Performance Contest entry form. You will receive an email confirmation with your contestant #. When you get to the show, you will need to sign in at the COSPLAY INFO BOOTH, where you will be given further instructions. You must check in by 4:00pm on Sunday. We will accept a maximum of 30 registrations via online entry. The online entry cut off is July 31st, 2019 at midnight.

(2) Register at the convention. Participants will be able to sign up for the contest at the COSPLAY INFO BOOTH [TBA], located in the Exhibition Hall. Fill out and return the entry form to the registration table. You will be given a contestant # and further information. Everyone must be signed in and all forms must be handed in by 4:00pm on Sunday.

Roll Call: All entrants must show up 30 minutes prior to the competition for roll call at Booth [#TBA]

If you have any questions, please e-mail us at cosplay@otakufest.com


 

Runway Costume Contest

A runway style costume contest! Come in your best cosplay costume and show off your stuff! The Runway Costume Competition will be “Runway” style. There will be no pre-judging. Contestants can enter in store bought or homemade costumes. Click here to complete the Runway Costume Competition entry form. Scroll down to read information, rules, and regulations.

PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED AS FOLLOWS:
• Best in Show: Award trophy
• Best Individual: Award medallion
• Best Group: Award medallion
• Best Junior/Youth: Award medallion
• Judges’ Awards (3): Award medallion

COMPETITION RULES

1. One entry per person. No separate entries from the same person.

2. There is a limit of 50 entries.

3. All costumes must come from an established cartoon, comic book, anime, video game, manga, novel, or movie.

4. All contestants must fill out the entry form.

5. All costumes must be PG-13 or less. No nudity or risque costumes.

6. No bad behavior. You know what that means. No trash talking, sabotage or poor sportsmanship. Improper behavior will get you removed from the competition and possibly the convention. Remember, we’re all here to have fun.

7. No harmful or potentially harmful materials will be allowed. This includes, but is not limited to: water, cigarettes, flames, fireworks, silly string, and any other substance that can be fired, launched, or dripped.

What to expect at the contest:
When you first arrive at the show, there will be a COSPLAY INFO BOOTH located at Booth [#TBA] in the Exhibition Hall. This is where all questions regarding the competition can be answered, and where you will need to go to sign up and/or check in.

Who can enter?
All attendees who have an event badge or bracelet for OtakuFest can enter this contest. Participants can enter as individuals or in groups (up to 10 per group).

How do I sign up for the contest?
There are two ways to register for the competition

(1) Register Online. This is the most preferred method. Click here to complete the Runway Costume Competition entry form. You will receive an email confirmation with your contestant #. When you get to the show, you will need to sign in at the COSPLAY INFO BOOTH, located at Booth [#TBA], where you will be given further instructions.

(2) Register at the convention. Participants will be able to sign up for the contest at the COSPLAY INFO BOOTH located at Booth [#TBA], located in the Exhibition Hall. Fill out and return the entry form to the registration table. You will be given a contestant # and further information.

(3) Register at the contest. Show up to the contest at least 30 minutes before it starts to check in and get registered.

Roll Call
All entrants must show up 30 minutes prior to the competition for roll call in the Main Events room (MACC 2).

Click here to complete the Runway Costume Competition entry form.

All entries will be contacted back via email with a contestant # and check-in info.

If you have any questions, please e-mail us at cosplay@otakufest.com


 

Late Night Costume Contest

Otaku with Attitude: Late Night Costume Contest, is a special costume contest showcasing our favorite heroines and villains! This contest will be judged by a special panel consisting of professional comic book artists and professional costumers. This is a runway-style contest with no pre-judging. Costumes may be of any superhero or villain in comics, cartoons, movies, anime, video games, etc. Costumes may be handmade or store bought. Since this contest takes place late at night, no one under the age of 17 may enter this contest. Click here to complete the Late Night Competition entry form. Scroll down to read information, rules, and regulations.


PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED AS FOLLOWS:
(Additional awards may be created at the Judges’ discretion)
• BEST IN SHOW: $100 CASH PRIZE & Award trophy
• Costuming Director’s Choice: $75 cash prize & Award trophy
• Best Good Girl: $50 cash prize & Award medallion
• Best Bad Girl: $50 cash prize & Award medallion
• Best Good Boy: $50 cash prize & Award medallion
• Best Bad Boy: $50 cash prize & Award medallion
• Best Group: $75 cash prize & Award trophy
• Judges’ Awards (3): Award medallion

COMPETITION RULES

1. One entry per person. No separate entries from the same person.

2. There is a limit of 40 entries.

3. All costumes must come from an established cartoon, comic book, anime, video game, manga, novel, or movie.

4. All contestants must fill out the entry form.

5. No Nudity. While this is a 17+ event, we still can’t allow any nudity. Costumes may be little racy and suggestive, but may not cross the line into nudity.

6. No bad behavior. You know what that means. No trash talking, sabotage or poor sportsmanship. Improper behavior will get you removed from the competition and possibly the convention. Remember, we’re all here to have fun.

7. No harmful or potentially harmful materials will be allowed. This includes, but is not limited to: water, cigarettes, flames, fireworks, silly string, and any other substance that can be fired, launched, or dripped.

What to expect at the contest:
When you first arrive at the show, there will be a COSPLAY INFO BOOTH located at Booth [#TBA] in the Exhibition Hall. This is where all questions regarding the competition can be answered, and where you will need to go to sign up and/or check in.

Who can enter?
All attendees who have an event badge or wristband for OtakuFest can enter this contest. Participants can enter as individuals or in groups (up to 10 per group).

How do I sign up for the contest?
There are two ways to register for the competition:

(1) Register Online. This is the most preferred method. Click here to complete the Late Night Competition entry form. You will receive an email confirmation with your contestant #. When you get to the show, you will need to sign in at the COSPLAY INFO BOOTH [#TBA], where you will be given further instructions.

(2) Register at the convention. Participants will be able to sign up for the contest at the COSPLAY INFO BOOTH located at Booth [#TBA], located in the Exhibition Hall. Fill out and return the entry form to the registration table. You will be given a contestant # and further information.

Roll Call
All entrants must show up 30 minutes prior to the competition for roll call.

All entries will be contacted back via email with a contestant # and check-in info.

If you have any questions, please e-mail us at cosplay@otakufest.com


 

Cosplay Meet-Ups

Looking to team up with your Hokage, or maybe you’re ready to GO BEYOND with your classmates from Class 1A?! Stay tuned for our schedule of cosplay meet-ups for massive photos with other fans from the community!

Link up with other cosplayers from some of your favorite fandoms:

Dragon Ball Z/GT/Super
My Hero Academia
Naruto/Boruto
Star Wars/Clone Wars/Rebels/Etc.
Disney/Pixar
DC Comics Heroes & Villains
Marvel Comics Heroes & Villains
Overwatch
Apex Legends
Nintendo/Mario Party
Kingdom Hearts
And More…

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