San Diego Comic-Con Cosplayers Get Into Character
San Diego Comic-Con is the place to be to get the scoop on film and TV's newest projects, biggest spoilers and strangest surprises, but it is also a great place to scope out superfans in their finest attire. Check out some of our favorite cosplayers from this year's convention.
Full time troublemaker and part time Joker girlfriend, Harley Quinn, is a hard clown suit to fill. This attendee hits the look out of the park – plastic mallet included.
CLAIM THE THRONE
Game of Thrones may be on hiatus, but there is no stopping Westeros fanatics. This pair proves that Melisandre and the Stark family are still thriving off screen.
MAD ABOUT YOU
Alice and the Mad Hatter take a break from tea time to see what refreshing sights San Diego has to offer.
STAR WARS BIG AND SMALL
These kids know it's never too early to start your stormtrooper training. Hopefully, they're working on those pesky marksmanship skills.
See, we said that Star Wars lovers come in all sizes. This galactic solider looks happy to be taking a break from the helmet hair that comes with the look.
Bruce Wayne better watch out, evil runs deep in this family of adorably intimidating Batman villains.
Comic-Con isn't a casual affair. Many of Disney's main ladies don their finest evening wear for the annual event.
HOBBIT: THE UNEXPECTED OUTFIT
Looks like Hobbit dwarf Fili took a break from being Bilbo Baggins travel buddy to go on a solo adventure amongst the vast halls of Comic-Con.
TAKE A SEAT
Move over Patrick Stewart and James McAvoy, the X-Men Cerebral Experience gives every attendee a chance to play Professor X.
DOUBLE THE ACTION
Two generations of crime-fighters pose outside the San Diego Convention Center.
EVER IN HER FAVOR
A fan dressed as Katniss from the Hunger Games franchise poses in front of Comic-Con on Thursday.
DOMO ARIGATO, MR. ROBOTO
11-year-old Sam Joseph wears a Gundam Mecha costume made entirely from plastic sheets, which while functional, probably isn't doing him any favors in the San Diego weather.
THE EYES HAVE IT
A fan dresses as the more colorful version of Cyclops from the 1990s X-Men cartoon, as opposed to James Marsden's dour cinematic equivalent.
THAT'S MR. AMERICA TO YOU
Matt Rogers, dressed as Captain America, rides an escalator with a captured Loki in tow, Thursday.
We don't know if every element of this fan's intimidatingly accurate Boba Fett costume is functional, but we know we don't want to find out.