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Comic-Con Gallery: The Costumes
The good, the bad and the bonkers

24 July 2011  |  Written by Amar Vijay  

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In between live-transcribing the panels and press conferences, our Helen has been all ninja-like with her digital camera.

For your viewing pleasure, she's trawled the Comic-Con floor and photographed some of this year's attendees in all their finery. Well, when we say finery - we mean spandex, cardboard, plastic and glitter.

Enjoy the ultimate gallery of the coolest, most inventive and the most downright weirdest costumes to hit the San Diego convention centre. You will be unprepared.

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L: hughjass Personally I think most of them look amazing. I'd rather see people in cosplay from Hollywood movies or comic books than obscure Japanese animation or comics any day of the week! will agree that some of them did look amazing (the captain america in particular), but with manga and anime the japanese have the look and they seem to get the hair spot on nearly every time. i think it may just be my love for all things japanese but when i see american sometimes in these costum More

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