#C2E2 2014: 10 Fantastic Costumes from Day 2 #cosplay

Day two of C2E2 is almost at a close, and as usual, cosplayers brought their A game. I can’t get over the amount of creativity on display; looking at all these awesome costumes makes me feel like sketching my next costume (a femme Winter Soldier) right now. Here’s some cool cosplay from the convention today:

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Hawkwoman and Catwoman, photo by @patloika.

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She-Hulk in her lawyering outfit – she did a great job with the green makeup! Photo by @loveandcapes.

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Spawn, photo by @OurTiempo.

groot

Groot, photo by @marvel.

death star

Death Star, photo by @dustinzick.

hellboy

Hellboy, photo by @robocopisdreamy.

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Darth Bane, photo by @loveandcapes.

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I actually don’t recognize this costume, but I’m impressed. Anyone recognize the character? Photo by @loveandcapes.

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Deadpool as Elsa, photo by Eric Smith.

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Walker from The Walking Dead, photo by @davidjdeal.

Don’t forget to check out costumes from day one of the convention!


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1 Comment

  1. Thank you for posting my photo of the walker. I was impressed that he did not break character the entire time as he staggered around and lurched like a zombie. By the way, the walker responded to my Instagram post: his name is Steven Lindblom, http://instagram.com/sasquatchz. Well done, Steven.

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