Check out photos of amazing cosplayers that were seen this past weekend at San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) 2014! Comic book fans and general nerds descended to San Diego, California this past weekend for San Diego Comic Con 2014. Luckily, I had my camera available and was able to snap some shots of the fantastic costumes worn by some of the attendees. Now, enjoy some San Diego Comic Con cosplayers!
At the recent Wizard World Philadelphia convention (which took place this past June) there was a particular cosplayer getting an enormous amount of attention and upon laying eyes on him, it was easy to see why. With his tailored purple suit, white makeup and sly grin it looked as if The Joker had sprung to life from Batman: The Animated Series. Itâ€™s easy to say that he was a big hit among those attending the con to the point that people were lining up and taking turns to be photographed with him. Fast forward three months later and I stumbled
Iâ€™m often asked how I got into the hobby of cosplay and surprisingly enough my answer is simple; I saw something that I wanted to try, loved it and have been cosplaying now for the past three years. The first exposure I had to the wonderful world of cosplay were photos of a beautiful Japanese woman dressed as Rikku from the video game Final Fantasy X. I was intrigued that someone put so much time and detail into the outfit. She truly looked like Rikku come to life which instantly captured my imagination. How much fun it must be, I
While he was busy gathering signatures for the Major Spoilers Julian Challenge, Julian was able to snap some pictures from the show floor of cosplayers enjoying the festivities.Â Some great costumes, but I’m digging Discotrooper the best.
Kotobukiya has announced its full schedule of booth events at the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con, which includes sneak peeks, behind the scenes presentations, and a chance to win a one of a kind Iron Man Mark II Fine Art Statue prototype.
Kevin Church over at www.beaucoupkevin.com has posted an interesting article by John DiBello about sexual harassment at the San Diego Comic Con, and what isn’t being done about it.Â Kevin wants everyone to spread the word and talk about it on their own sites, so we’re posting it here. Overheard at San Diego Comic-Con while I was having lunch on the balcony of the Convention Center on Sunday July 27: a bunch of guys looking at the digital photos on the camera of another, while he narrated: â€œThese were the Ghostbusters girls. That one, I grabbed her ass, â€™cause I