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The Best Costumes at Comic-Con 2018

The Best Costumes at Comic-Con 2018
23 Jul
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Nathaniel Emond attended this year’s Comic-Con International as Aquaman.

The escalators inside the San Diego Convention Center were packed with attendees on Saturday at Comic-Con 2018.

From right, Sheyla, Nat, Amber, and Agali cosplay as the characters from the Japanese video game Doki Doki Literature Club!

Brittany Goodwin cosplays as Cersei Lannister from Game of Thrones.

Goodwin had the costume custom made for her.

Megan Flether dressed up at Sephiroth from Final Fantasy VII.

Rochelle Chavalier, of Saskatchewan, Cananda, dressed up as Galadriel from Lord of the Rings.

Fans hold their phones in the air to capture the appearance of a celebrity guest outside the National Geographic Cosmos Booth.

A fan dressed as Darkwing Duck walks through the main corridor of Comic-Con just after the doors opened in the morning.

A man dressed as a Spartan soldier from 300 takes a break to check his phone.

Attendees wait for the doors of the convention to open on Saturday, typically the biggest day of the con.

Isabella, Bailey, and Erica dressed as the Schuyler sisters from the musical Hamilton.

Thomas Visca and Sheila Bird dressed as characters from The Handmaid’s Tale.

A woman wearing a DC Comics tribute costume checks her phone while taking a break.

Lawrence Estes has attended Comic-Con every year since 1992. This year he dressed as Mace Windu from Star Wars.

Sophie Alman dressed as Commander Zilyana from the role-playing game RuneScape.

Mother and daughter Nina and Ashley Ha both dressed up as Wonder Woman.

Brother and sister Bethan and Myim Jones have attended nine Comic-Cons. Bethan is cosplaying Steam Punk Storm and Myim is dressed as Steam Punk Bishop, versions of X-Men characters.

Crowds lining up to get into the San Diego Convention Center on Saturday.

Superhero refrigerator magnets for sale at one of the booths in the exhibitors’ hall.

A mother and son dressed as Waldo from Where’s Waldo?

Trilainna based her costume not on a specific character but on on the ideas of beauty and death.

No Comic-Con would be complete without an appearance from Gandalf from Lord of the Rings.

Source: https://www.wired.com/story/cosplay-comic-con-2018/

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