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Trinidad-born, Atlanta based cosplayer Kayy Bear has long been one of our favorite cosplayers in the game. From Atlantis: The Lost Empire's Kida to Diablo III's Demon Hunter, Kay Bear's cosplays are on point and always impressive. The following are some of our favorite from her repertoire:

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The Kay Bear Cosplay Collection

Our favorite cosplays from cosplayer extraordinaire Kay Bear.

Trinidad-born, Atlanta based cosplayer Kayy Bear has long been one of our favorite cosplayers in the game. From Atlantis: The Lost Empire‘s Kida to Diablo III‘s Demon Hunter, Kay Bear’s cosplays are on point and always impressive. The following are some of our favorite from her repertoire:

Lana Kane (Archer)

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Raven (Teen Titans)

Joker

Ada Wong (Resident Evil)

Reggie Rocket (Rocket Power)

Esmeralda (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

Melisandre (Game of Thrones)

Lifeline (Apex Legends)

K/DA Akali (League of Legends)

Kida (Atlantis: The Lost Empire)

Mirage (The Incredibles)

Nico (Devil May Cry 5)

Midnight (My Hero Academia)

Yuffie (Final Fantasy)

Chel (The Road to El Dorado)

Rikku (Final Fantasy)

Domino (Deadpool 2)

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Which Kay Bear cosplay is your favorite? Let us know in the comments.

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