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Starfire Cosplay by Rebecca Malicious

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Starfire Cosplay by Rebecca Malicious

“A princess who became a slave. A slave who became a warrior. A warrior who became one of the world’s greatest super heroes.”

Cosplayer Rebecca Malicious, who designs and creates all her own costumes, epitomizes the look of Princess Koriand’r of Tamaran (and her costume variations) with aplomb. Dick Grayson, you lucky xenosexual, you.

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For more of Rebecca’s cosplay work, follow her on Instagram.

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