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While Masquerade is the costume event for the fans, Marvel is teaming up with Disguise to put on a fashion show at the Marvel booth.  Instead of models wearing traditional costumes, the ladies will be walking down the catwalk in a different interpretation of the favorites.

Disguise has tossed this old and unflattering cartoonish concept and instead made fashionable, wearable and fun costumes that not only fit great but look fabulous.  These costumes are inspired by some of the hottest and most iconic heroes to grace the pages of Marvel, and this will be your first chance to see them live as they make their Comic-Con debut!

The fashion show will be held at the Marvel booth (#2429) on Friday from 2:00 until 3:00, with a photo-op with the models immediately after.

via Marvel

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4 Comments

  1. Rodrigo
    July 21, 2008 at 11:55 am — Reply

    sounds like a great idea, but what do they mean “Unflattering cartoonish concept?” dressing up for the Con? you’re going to piss a lot of nerds off like that, Marvel

  2. July 21, 2008 at 12:22 pm — Reply

    I like their seizure inducing promo…

    http://www.mallsoft.com/disguise/superheroines.html

  3. Mark I.
    July 21, 2008 at 2:42 pm — Reply

    “Disguise has tossed this old and unflattering cartoonish concept and instead made fashionable, wearable and fun costumes that not only fit great but look fabulous.”

    I believe this is the logic inspired Jon Peters to try and force black, capeless Superman suits on Kevin Smith and caused the unfortunate creation of the legendary Bat-Nipple.

  4. Maximus Rift
    July 21, 2008 at 3:34 pm — Reply

    Rodrigo: If they cared about the fans, “One More Day” would never had happened. ;p

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