This weekend, I was fortunate enough to spend a day at MASSive Comic Con with AiPT!’s editor-in-chief in tow. Our first time attending was last year and I’m happy to report that this little con has grown substantially over the past year. In addition to more booths, panels, artists and activities, there were also more cosplayers! We ran into so many talented, amazing and friendly cosplayers at MASSive Comic Con. Here’s a gallery of some of the folks we met.
Tony Stark on the look out for Whiplash.
The cutest little Mom and Daughter DC heroes we ever did see.
Thor came to the convention to kick ass and chew bubblegum, and she’s all out of bubblegum.
Rebel Alliance pilot combined with Tankgirl. One of the most original and creative cosplays I’ve ever seen.
Squirrel Girl was cute and super friendly.
Hilarious Sonic the Hedgehog cosplayer.
This guy’s Mandalorian costume was so impressive – even had a voice changer.
Breaking records at the box office, fighting in a galactic civil war and battling the god of war is all in a day’s work.
Dark, mysterious and beautiful.
This DC/Marvel crossover looked amazing.
This was probably my favorite group of cosplayers. The entire family put in a ridiculous amount of attention to detail. I was so impressed by the Powers Family Cozplay.
Mink the Satyr was hands down one of the nicest people I met all day. Her cosplay was beautifully done, yet I’m ashamed to say I don’t know the name of her Pokémon…
Mercy kept asking if someone needed healing, but we were OK.
Yet another ridiculously detailed and impressive cosplay. I know everyone hates Hanzo mains, but this guy was amazing. Symmetra costume was equally amazing and I give her a ton of credit for wearing that body paint all day.
I told him his cosplay was awesome, he said “I know.”
I asked him for a photo, but all he wanted to do was bargain.
These two troublemakers were about to start cutting limbs until I offered up the location of Green Arrow and pictures of Powergirl.
Justice League assemble! Is that how it goes?
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