As someone that has been attending San Diego Comic-Con/Sci-Fi/Star Trek/Star Wars/Comic Book conventions for almost my entire teenage and adult life, this year’s New York Comic-Con blew me for one reason: I’ve never seen so many people Cosplay in one place. While conventions always get a few people dressing up, NYCC absolutely set a new record for percentage of attendees willing to cosplay. I was very impressed.
Over the last four days, as I walked up and down the convention floor, I always had my camera ready to go. So if you’re a fan of cosplay and want to check out some great costumes including Batman, Bane, Spider-Man, Captain Planet, Doctor Who, Megatron, Admiral Ackbar, Two-Face, Terminator, Ghost Rider, and so many more, hit the jump for almost 200 images.
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For more Cosplay pics, here’s all our previous Cosplay coverage from the past few years.
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