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70 Fantastic Cosplays From New York Comic Con 2018 –

We had to do a double take at the sight of this Zola from Netflix’s “Glow.”

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That wasn’t the only person who made us turn our heads. Kit Harington also had a twin at Comic Con.

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There was a very convincing Margaery Tyrell traveling the floor with her grandmother, Olena.

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You can’t have Comic Con without a few heroes. Nick Fox ordered his Captain America cosplay from Pakistan.

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There were many Black Panthers, but this duo dressed as T’Challa and Storm, who get married in the comics, were epic.

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Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman is still a big source of inspiration, more than a year after the movie came out.

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These Wonder Woman and Batman cosplays were made entirely out of chainmail armor.

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This Ant-Man came with his own Ant-thony.

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Who needs Tony Stark when you have an IronHeart?

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Others are already prepping for next year’s “Captain Marvel” movie.

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Doctor Strange was out in full force.

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Ronald McThor was back this year and he brought a friend dressed as Burger King Loki.

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They all better watch out for Lady Thanos.

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You don’t always see “X-Men” at Comic Con, but Professor X and Beast were roaming the Con in style.

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They must have just missed Angel and Rogue.

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As I ran into an X-Men Sentinel, other characters joined the fray.

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The Guardians of the Galaxy were also on display.

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Joker Batman looked a lot like Heath Ledger.

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He wasn’t the only Joker making his way through the Con.

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The Red Hood and Deadshot weren’t far behind.

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This Arnim Zola cosplay had a working screen in its center.

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It’s not every day you see Chappie cosplay.

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Venom was very popular, with the Tom Hardy movie out.

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We weren’t expecting to see a Lego version of Venom.

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Lego versions of Marvel characters were very popular.

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LEGO Spidey had some tough competition on Saturday.

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We think Iron Spider could take them all on.

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Venom comic-book villain Carnage also became a popular costume for adults…

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…and kids alike.

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Barbie Chula said she spent about $1,000 on her Predator cosplay.

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You can’t have a female Predator without a male version from the movie.

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Nothing like a little group selfie with the “X-Force.”

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There’s always a group of Deadpools at Comic Con. This one really just made us laugh for its “Avengers: Infinity War” joke.

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Hela from “Thor: Ragnarok” and Kratos from “God of War” roamed the floor together.

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Who says Cinderella and her prince can’t hang out with Lady Loki?

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Harley Nox was back Saturday as Steampunk Belle.

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This Belle and her Beast were showstoppers.

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We saw several “Moana” cosplays throughout the weekend, but these two stood out.

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You don’t often see Buzz Lightyear cosplay, but this interpretation of a female ranger was aces.

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Everyone wanted to pose with this man dressed as Jim Carrey’s character from “The Mask.”

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This larger-than-life Pikachu made everyone’s day on Saturday.

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He wasn’t the only Pokémon on the scene.

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This spot-on Freddie Mercury took his talents to the showroom floor.

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Have you ever seen a better Rita Repulsa from “Power Rangers”?

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This Alice in Wonderland and her Mad Hatter channeled a darker take on the characters you know.

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These two members of Survey Corps spent about a week creating their gear.

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We were impressed by how creative people were this year. This person didn’t just come as the main character from “Rick and Morty.”

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Yes, there is a person inside this Dalek.

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One of our favorites from last year was back with his own take on “Star Wars.”

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Thomas DePetrillo came back with his sixth Bumblebee build this year and he towered over everyone Saturday.

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Liz and her boyfriend did a “Bob’s Burger” cosplay this year.

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BB-8 in an AT-ST won Comic Con Sunday.

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This Darth Vader dad carried a little Princess Leia around the Con.

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This guy was actually walking around as a packaged Malibu Ken doll.

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This family went to extraordinary lengths for its “He-Man” cosplay.

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Why buy Funko Pop figurines when you can be them?

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A Lego mini-figure photographer was hanging near a bunch of professional photographers.

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This cosplayer walked on stilts to bring “Rogue One” favorite, K-2SO, to life.

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Who would have thought to dress up as zombie Bill Mays?

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“Sesame Street” fans would have been familiar with these two, who were dressed as the Yip Yip monsters.

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Say hello to the real Saiyan Prince.

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Jesus walks… barefoot across the Javits floor, apparently.

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Some of the most fun cosplays are just the ideas you wouldn’t think to dress up as, including “Austin Powers.”

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The “Hocus Pocus” gang was all ready for Halloween.

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The ’90s were a popular theme, with this duo from “Mars Attacks.”

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These two were ready for next year’s new “Hellboy” movie.

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“America’s Got Talent” stars Alex and Alena were apparently walking around promoting their laser show.

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You rarely see a Digimon cosplay of Myotismon.

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This “Metroid” cosplay can only be seen from the side.

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We’ll continue adding to this as the weekend continues.

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