Every year at Comic-Con, half the fun is seeing all the people that Cosplay. While the convention is full of famous panelists, Cosplay allows Con-goers to dress up like any superhero, anime character, or even Darth Helmet from Spaceballs and get huge props from their fellow attendees. While the percentage of people doing Cosplay this year felt a little lower, you can still check out 250 pictures after the jump. Included are cosplayers doing Star Wars, X-Men, Watchmen, Wolverine, Superman, Bane, Batman, Joker, Catwoman, Batgirl, Star Trek, Dredd, Thor, Doctor Strange, The Hangover, Venom, tons of video game characters, and so many more.
And a big thank you to our partners at Omelete for taking a lot of the pics you see below.
Sean Connery is surely thrilled.
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