Outstanding Asajj Ventress Cosplay Brings Dooku’s Apprentice To Life

A Star Wars cosplayer has brought a stunning interpretation of Asajj Ventress to life, completing The Clone Wars villain’s look with crimson blades.


A cosplayer has brought an astonishing interpretation of Asajj Ventress from Star Wars: The Clone Wars to life, celebrating the character’s time as Count Dooku’s apprentice. For the first half of the series, Ventress served as the main antagonist for Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Ahsoka Tano, delivering victories for the separatists as she sought to destroy the Jedi. She was ultimately betrayed by Dooku and Darth Sidious, prompting her to become a Nightsister and learn dark side powers to take revenge against the Sith.

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Cosplayer Graciethecosplaylass put together an amazing appearance based on Asajj Ventress’ Sith assassin days, inspired by Sideshow Collectibles’ Mythos line.

The cosplay does an exceptional job of mixing the make-up needed for a Nightsister with realism, and the red lightsabers highlight a very neat costume. While plans had to change due to a mask mandate, the cool factor is on full display here


Asajj Ventress Deserves More Star Wars Stories

Dooku and Ventress

When cosplays like this are shared, a greater appreciation for lesser-explored Star Wars characters is often the result. Ventress has yet to make a live-action appearance, but the character impressed George Lucas enough in the Star Wars: Clone Wars 2D series to bring her into the canon The Clone Wars. Ventress’ time as a Sith assassin doesn’t portray the character with much agency, instead seeing her run errands to attack the main heroes of the Republic.

A deep-dive into Ventress’ formative years a dark sider would make for a fascinating story. Dooku: Jedi Lost told a small portion of this tale, as Ventress was something of a narrator as she discovered more about her master’s life before the Sith. Without the involvement of Christopher Lee, a live-action series with Dooku and Ventress would be hard to justify, but there are ways to feature the assassin in other projects that may flashback to The Clone Wars

Source: Graciethecosplaylass (@Graciecosplay)

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