Comicpalooza 2014: 10 Costumes from Day 3 #cosplay

Day three of Comicpalooza is over, and as usual, I’m feeling inspired to work on my cosplay projects. Attending conventions and seeing the hard work others put into their costumes always makes me want to do the same. It’s smart to take notes or photos to keep track of props and accessories you like or costumes you want to replicate someday. Haven’t been to a convention lately? Look through photos from others – like these – and start brainstorming about your next project. Hopefully these ten cool costumes from Comicpalooza will help get the gears turning:


Loki from Marvel Comics, photo by 8bitgeek


Gender swapped Kraven the Hunter from Marvel Comics

Princess Vader

Princess Darth Vader from Star Wars

Carmen San Diego

Carmen Sandiego, photo by @its_me_adrian.

steampunk green lantern

Steampunk Green Lantern from DC Comics


Man-Thing from Marvel Comics

Gambit and Jubilee

Gambit and Jubilee from Marvel Comics, photo by @thegamefanatics

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Princesses Zelda and Hilda from Legend of Zelda

tinker bell

Tinker Bell from Disney’s Peter Pan

wild west dc comics

Gender swapped Robin, Batman, and Wonder Woman from DC Comics, photo by @its_me_adrian

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