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Cosplayer Evenink brings your favorite video game, comic book and cartoon icons to life.

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The Irina Sabetskaya/Evenink cosplay collection

Cosplayer Evenink brings your favorite video game, comic book and cartoon icons to life.

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Cosplayer Irina Sabetskaya AKA Evenink is a woman of many, many looks. And it just so happens we’re in awe of every single one of them. From Overwatch to The Witcher to Telltale’s The Walking Dead to the X-Men’s Mystique to Seth MacFarlane cartoon renditions — Evenink does it all. And she does it well. The following are some of our favorite Eveninik cosplay offerings.

Ashe (Overwatch)

Yennefer (The Witcher)

2B (Nier: Automata)

Ciri (The Witcher)

Steampunk

Harley Quinn (Suicide Squad)

Mary Jane (Spider-Man)

Poison Ivy (Batman)

Zero Suit Samus (Metroid)

Bunny Bulma (Dragonball)

Mystique (X-Men)

Hayley Smith (American Dad)

(Click the arrows for more of her cartoon comparisons.)

Tracer (Overwatch)

Chloe Price (Life is Strange)

Lara Croft (Tomb Raider)

Brigitte (Overwatch)

Kida (Atlantis: The Lost Empire)

Jinx (League of Legends)

Clementine (Telltale’s The Walking Dead)

Like Evenink’s cosplay work? Show her some support on her Patreon page.

Which Evenink cosplay is your favorite? Did we leave out one of her best? Let us know in the comments.

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