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Panty & Stocking Cosplay

Friday 2nd November 2012

Is that a gun in your knickers, or...

Panty & Stocking CosplayCosplayers Emily and Yana suit up as the angry angels Panty and Stocking, in another of our haul of costumer pics from last spring's London Expo.

Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt is available on UK DVD from Manga Entertainment.

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Panty And Stocking With Garter Belt Complete Series Collection

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Panty and Stocking are nasty angels who were banished from the pearly gates for being foul-mouthed bad girls! Now they spend their days hunting ghosts in the lecherous abyss between Heaven and Earth. Panty likes sex, Stocking likes sweets, and their afro-sporting main man Garter Belt has a fetish we can’t mention.

This is the reissued version.

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Panty & Stocking

Matt Kamen says his prayers
Imagine, if you will, Heaven: eternal peace, endless bliss, perfect contentment – sounds pretty boring, right? It’s the things that are bad for us that make life exciting, so it’s easy to imagine why two ne’er-do-well angels got kicked out of paradise. Banished to Daten City, an inbetween realm bordering Hell, Panty and Stocking – known as the super-powered Anarchy Sisters – are charged with taking down evil ghosts to earn their way back into the good graces of the powers that be. Unfortunately, Panty is more interested in sleeping her way through 1000 men, while Stocking would rather stuff her face with cakes and sweets than get involved with troublesome spectres. Both girls are put under the watchful eye of the afro-sporting Garterbelt, and while they’ll reluctantly follow his orders, it’s usually only if they can get something for themselves out of doing so. Throw in a geeky sidekick to abuse, a strange green dog as a mascot and a pair of demonic rivals, and the stage is set for chaos!

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