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has done so many amazing Rogue cosplay and this one is no exception. She look stunning and the photos are wonderful, here's what she said about it...
"Rogue is a character I've always strongly identified with. While the Jim Lee suit has become one of the more iconic suits attributed to her thanks to the 90's cartoon, I have always preferred the green/white colour scheme. As a character with flight I also like the idea of a cape on her, although I know Eda Mode would disagree, they are a lot of fun to play with in the wind. This particular costume comes from the Messiah CompleX series and was made by the talented
Don't Panic Cosplay
What I love most about this sassy southern belle is that Rogue is an extremely resilient girl. It is not only her strength that makes her strong, but also her will, determination and desire to do right by the world. Sure she's walked the line between hero and villain, and she has made her fair share of mistakes - but she owns them. She accepts her past and moves on seeking justice and fighting to make the world a better place. It was this mentality that I tried to channel during this shoot and am rather proud of the results.
did a wonderful job of finding locations and absolutely gorgeous work with the photography, I couldn't have done it without him. This is one more Rogue suit I can cross of the bucket list. :)"
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Photographer: Derek Cutting of
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February 11 2014
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