This Woman Made A Death Star Dress. All Other Dresses Are Inferior.

I mean. Her purse, you guys. Her purse is a Star Destroyer.

Above: Death Star Girl in her Death Star Gown. The outfit reportedly weighs over 20 pounds, nearly ten of which can be attributed to the steel hoops that lend the garment its structure. Add around 900 foam tiles, a couple handfuls of D batteries, and a few hundred LED lights, and 100+ hours of labor, and you have the fully operational battle dress you see here. You can find more info at Lady Death Star's blog | Photo Credit: Undiscovered Photography

This spectacular, handmade Death Star gown is just one example of the awesome cosplay on display at this weekend's Edmonton Expo. With the help of Jessie and Courtney at Undiscovered Photography, we've rounded up some of our favorites from Saturday below, but we'll be adding more as they roll in.

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Beebichu, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

Kitten's Cosplay, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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MisfitGhost Cosplay, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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Vicky Lau, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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Gladzy Kei, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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Andy Rae Cosplay, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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Pompay Cosplay, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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Jenaeia Cosplay, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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Kay Pike, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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Brea Harper, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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NayTay Cosplay, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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Kitnip Cosplay, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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Unknown, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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Unknown, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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Adrian Kalyn and Spartan Longshot-X, photographed by Undiscovered Photography

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