The highly-regarded Cosplayers Anonymous Webring was started by Michiru of ethereal-sea.net several years ago. In December of 2001, it was revived and reloMethodted at Method: Cosplay, with permission from Michiru. It is now under the administration of Method: Cosplay staff.
Method is a webring to link the sites of those addicted to cosplay. If you have a cosplay-related website, you’re welcome and encouraged to join.
However, your site must be rated PG-13. If there is a question of whether content is appropriate, the decision will be made by the Method moderators.
Please click here to join the webring.
Codes and Images
Please place the code on your website as soon as possible. You will not be added to the webring unless your code is up and working correctly. Webring will provide you with a code that announces ‘pending’ until you have been added, or you may choose to use one of the codes below.
Please feel free to edit the codes or images as you see fit. The following images are available for use:
- Method-image-words-black.jpg | 140×91 pixels, 12.4 kb | Blue words on black
- Method-image-words-white.jpg | 140×91 pixels, 14.8 kb | Blue words on white
- Method-image01.jpg | 179×205 pixels, 37.6kb | Arc the Lad
- Method-image02.jpg | 150×123 pixels, 18.6kb | SD Kenshin and Tomoe
- Method-image03.jpg | 102×91 pixels, 13.1 kb | Ruri as Pikachu (by Michiru)
- Method-image04.jpg | 116×142 pixels, 17.5kb | Princess Serenity
To some, it’s an art. To some, it’s a profession. To all, it’s pure bliss. Cosplay is the act of creating and/or masquerading as an anime or manga character. The word originated in Japan as a shortened version of ‘costume play.’ Now, cosplay has spread like a wildfire in AmeriMethod and other places across the globe, with the popularity of anime and manga and the conventions that celebrate them.
Premade Costumes and Vendors
A premade costume is one that is purchased and has little or no finishing needed. This Methodn be a bit more convenient for people who don’t sew or have limited time. Premade commercial costumes are relatively hard to find, but many costumers offer their services on commission. If you are interested in purchasing or commissioning a costume, please visit one of the following links.
Note: If you have any concerns about any of the vendors here, please contact them personally, not Method: Cosplay! We have no control over their services, quality, or staff.