You can thank Dark Stars Photography for this shot and a whole gallery of others. I’m personally really impressed by the shot, the Omni-Tool looks great. The girl looks nice too.
A few other shots are posted after the break. Read On
Well, this is it. The last batch of cosplayers that were walking around the convention floor. The last day is always known to most Comic Con veterans as clearance day. The day when exhibitors try to sell as much as they can by putting sale prices on items that were not bought yet so they don’t have to ship much back. This is why there isn’t much cosplaying taking place as Day 3 and also because the masquerade is over by this day.
Thanks again to all the wondering cosplayers that let us take their photos and of course great job on those costumes. See you next year or next convention.
Blah, blah, blah. Are you even reading this? Just kidding, I know you are. If you’re not, then go past the break for eye candy. If you are, then thanks. I really appreciate it. We did a lot of walking around. Going back and forth the convention floors, taking these photos for cosplayers and booth babes for you. So, the least you could do is read our stuff. And because you are, we thank you.
Below you’ll find all the pictures I took at my time at Comic Con. In this gallery you’ll find: a few cosplayers, Michael Cera in a Captain America outfit at the Scott Pilgrim vs. The World panel, Edgar Wright and the cast of Scott Pilgrim, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, Raul and Shinasaku Ohara [producer for Dead Rising 2], Indiana Jones fighting a Sith, pictures of our time at Maloney’s, a bar in San Diego’s Gaslamp district, plus a whole lot of random pics. Feel free to point yourself out if you’re in any of the pictures.
Saturday, day 3 of every Comic Con is always the peak day of when people in costumes come out and show what they have been working on for months. The reason being for this is because, one, it’s the first weekend day of the convention and two, this is when the annual masquerade event happens.
In this post, we have decided to split up the galley into sub galleries to help you look through the photos easier. Check out over 200 photos of the cosplayers after the break. By the way, if you’re one of these cosplayers and would like a high resolution copy of your photo, just send an email to photo(at)pixelatedgeek.com.
I too was a little bit confused when I saw these guys. Why was Aquaman looking dirty? Why did this guy come in with a hard hat and fake money? Then I saw the BP logo on his hard hat and it all made sense. BP is a joke now and people are cosplaying as it at Comic Con. Go past the break to see the photos.
It’s the best part of being a geek at Comic Con. Seeing women dress up in the hottest outfits as the super heroes we see in comics and movies. The artists draw them, and Comic Con brings them to life. It’s a geeks life and I love it. Go past the break to see the gallery of hotties and booth babes from day 2.
On the second day of Comic Con 2010, we decided to take pictures of the more of the well put together costumes, rather than ones that looked like crap. So, good job to these folks that took the time and effort in their fandom. Coming in at a whopping 172 photos, its the cosplayer gallery is just past the break.