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Absolute Smokeshow And Cosplayer Marie-Claude Made An Incredible Spider Costume

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Marie-Claude Bourbonnais is a French Canadian model who is a very talented cosplayer. She creates and sews all her cosplay props and costumes herself and one of her most recent cosplays she built was “Rachnera” that was displayed at the Anime Expo 2016.

h/t: izismile

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