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Hiding Your Legs: Awesome General Grievous Cosplay

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This is a short video of General Grievous at the recent MCM Comic Con in London. The cosplayer does a great job of hiding his real arms and legs. Unless that actually IS General Grievous just PRETENDING to be a cosplayer dressed as General Grievous. Stranger things have happened (my roommate brought a girl home last night). I know this isn't the first time this style of costume has been made, it's just the first one I'm posting. What would you do if you had to battle General Grievous? "Find his off switch." Good answer, I'd tell Mace Windu that Grievous killed his family. How many lightsaber fetishes do you think have ended with accidental penis dismemberment? "All of them." I bet you're right. Could you imagine going to the doctor with a lightsaber wedged up your keister? Whatever you do, doc, please -- DON'T TURN IT ON.

Keep going for a portrait mode video of Grevious in action.

Thanks to King of all Geeks, who had to defeat hundreds of other Jedi in mock lightsaber battle to claim the title.

There are Comments.
  • Jamie Redwood

    I think I saw him wandering around, was very cool.

  • Alex Garcia
  • Steve Taylor

    Yes this is totally awesome and proves to me that George Lucas overspent on CGI when a practical effect or awesome puppet will suffice.

  • its because of people like you that lucas sold!

  • Steve Taylor

    Not sure how to take that.

  • stop critizicing the man, he already sold.
    plus episode i cgi yoda is better than episode i puppet yoda.

  • %&??ß&$§"!!!

  • Mr. Popo

    Sheeeeiiitt that's pretty clever! Awesome.

  • Matt

    Pretty cool... Except it's missing a set of arms if I'm not mistaken...

  • Guest

    been awhile but didnt he fold the extra arms into his primary limbs half the time?

  • Fred Davix

    yeah, but the extra arms would've been a nice addition...still dope tho

  • MustacheHam

    That is pretty wicked. :D

  • WhiteEagle2

    He should have combined it with this:
    http://www.thinkgeek.com/produ...

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