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Comely Comic-Con Cosplayers

Check out my painfully amateur iPhone 3G shots of interesting costumes in and around the San Diego Comic-Con.

Andy Hunsaker by Andy Hunsaker

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If you're anything like me, half the reason to go to Comic-Con is to see people playing dress up in elaborately nerdy ways.  While it always tends to emphasize just how impractical superhero costumes really are when you see normal people squeezed into them, at the same time it's just admirable to see these fans committing to them anyway.  Also, if you're anything like me, you have the lowest-rent iPhone possible and are a crappy photographer.

Nevertheless, I endeavored to capture as many interesting visuals on my phone as possible to share with all y'all who couldn't make it yourselves.  Being rather predictably male, a lot of these interesting visuals involved flesh.  Not all, though!  And I'm proud to say my personal favorite is the just plain cuteness of Shockwave Girl.  You'll see! 

Check out these many pages of Comic-Con and Comic-Con-adjacent photos.


Wonder Woman




Rogue and Magneto


Clark Kent Lady


Black Canary


Free Piledrives to The Face



Black Wing


Lego Batman




Tardis Girl


Jessica Rabbit


Flaming C Lego


Lady Vic and Deadshot


Harley Quinn


Dr. Mid-Nite


Jean Grey and Emma Frost




Midriff Mask


Shockwave Girl


Stan Lee


Beetle Booster Leeloo


Lots of Wilfreds


Mer Folk






Gas Mask


Voltron Girl


Peace Girl


Indiana Jones Girl


Kick-Ass, Hit Girl and Songbird


Wonder Woman Hawkman


Superman Gore


Queen of Hearts


Speeder Bikes



Ms. Marvel, Psylocke, Wonder Woman


Kill Bill

Wonder Twins


Team Edward


Green Hornet


Gundam Girl


Sucker Punch