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Zombies are popular enough to be cosplayed however with all things zombie do, like killing everything, will they kill and take over cosplay?
... and would they be a world record staged for it, one that would beat the current cosplay record?
I say this for various reasons, such as anyone can get away with cosplaying as a zombie, from all the slim to chubby people. Yes, chubby people as they have trouble cosplaying as any character which seems to put people off (it's true, some act like they deny it or find that statement offensive).
and of course, people add more depth by mixing zombie elements with popular characters.
It makes you wonder if this zombie crowd will actually get bigger then the cosplay crowd and get away with that.
Emma Watson is the favorite celebrity bait for cyber criminals trying to lure Internet users.
McAfee, the software security outfit, said Monday that the "Harry Potter" star is the "most dangerous" celebrity to search for online. That's because many sites use Watson to trick users into downloading malicious software or to steal personal information.
When searching for the 22-year-old Watson, there's a 1-in-8 chance of landing on a malicious site.
This is the sixth time the Intel-owned security technology company has conducted the study. Last year, Heidi Klum topped the list.
Others among the riskiest celebrities to search online are Jessica Biel, Eva Mendes, Selena Gomez and Halle Berry.
Female celebrities are far more likely to be used by cyber criminals: Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel was the only male in the top 20.
... and now she's an internet celebrity!
When Chinese model Li Ling (李玲) took the stage at this year’s China Joy 2012 gaming expo in Shanghai, photographers didn’t quite know where to point the camera. Sure, from the waist up, she looked great cosplaying as a busty, scantily-clad Athena from the Saint Seiya anime/manga franchise.
The problem is that her outfit stopped from the waist the up, providing attendees with a gracious glimpse of her see-through lace panties.(Some of the photos below are NSFW)
Li Ling was cosplaying as a booth girl for Chinese gaming company ZQGAME to promote their online game Legend of Saints. While the 22-year-old model probably didn’t have much of a say in choosing her wardrobe, it didn’t take long for staff to notice that the outfit blatantly violated dre
An enterprising Star Trek Online cadet has accidentally outed himself using an outlawed nude patch for the freemium MMO, which he is also offering for sale to others.
But another folder in the same directory held something else entirely.
"Why don't you tell us why you have a folder full of pics of various players you took using a nude mod, probably without their knowledge?" another user posted upon discovering the pictures.
"Incidentially I took a screenshot of the directory and also mirrored the entire thing, so don't bother trying to remove or hide it. Also, that ad for the ingame nude patch is reeeeally cla...