What do you when you’re a celebrity who wants to walk around a convention like San Diego Comic-Con? The simple answer is to wear a disguise. Adam Savage of the MythBusters loves to build and make replicas so it’s a no-brainer for him to stroll the convention center halls in an elaborate costume. In the past, he’s dressed as Kane from Alien, Admiral Ackbar from Star Wars, and a Stormtrooper among other costumes. This year he wore two secret ensembles. He dressed in a spacesuit from the film 2001 (he’s been working on the suit for five years) and did so along with astronaut Chris Hadfield. And on another day, he dressed as Judge Dredd. He talked to Nerdist about making the Dredd costume:
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