The Greatest Costumes of Comic-Con 2011

Well I told you this was coming and here it is, a gallery featuring the absolute best costumes from this year’s Comic-Con, where I am seriously blown away by how much effort people put into their outfits.

Yes, there are plenty of hot girls to be found, but as you can see above, they weren’t the only stars of the show, as there were some amazing entries across both genders.

All of these pictures come from a massive thousand picture gallery from ComicVine, which produces by far the best gallery of the show every year, but I’m going to save you several hundred clicks and just post some of the highlights you might miss otherwise.

Check them out below, and if you still want more, head over to the full gallery here.

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  1. Considering this site’s love of Sexy Pikachu, I am actually surprised that the two Jessica Nigri costumes weren’t commented on in the actual post.

  2. @ThomasR – If I’m not mistaken, that’s a Superboy-Prime cosplay. It’s confusing, but he’s not the “traditional” Superman that most of the stories are about. He’s the Superman analogue from the Earth of another dimension, which was obliterated by the Anti-Monitor in Crisis on Infinite Earths. It gets more complicated, but that’s the gist.

  3. Oh man, the Female Scout was by far my favorite.
    The Sith Joker had some really good makeup, too!
    Most people who try to do the Joker usually look like Heath’s Joker in the interrogation room in TDK. Makeup sweated off and hair dye wearing thin.
    Help’s that the dude has a really creepy smile too…

  4. I would of thought that Adrian Curry costume would of made it on the list. She got kicked out of CC for it being to skimpy or slutty, but man its nice.

  5. Oh man these are so good. I think Psylocke and Doom are somehow my favorites.

    What’s that Wolverine wearing, though? I saw it all of once in the comics (granted, I don’t keep up with everything \: ) and never had it explained.

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