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Comic-Con 2008 Costume Gallery – Day 1, Part 2

But wait… THERE’S MORE costumes from my first day at Comic-Con International 2008.

Star Trek Vulcan Costume
You’re so cute I almost forget I hate Star Trek.

Captain America Costume
Guy paid $300 for that shield on the internet. No shit.

Boba Fett Costume

Batman Costume
Guy spends a month making this Batman costume piece-by-piece from scratch, and I can’t even do him the courtesy of getting the flash right.

Comic-Con Booth Babe

Nick Fury Costume

Batman and Robin Costume
Robin was half-drunk. True story.

Stormtrooper Elvis

Imperial Stormtroopers

Trap-Jaw Costume
Trap-Jaw is a little less menacing when you hear a muffled voice from under the mask say, “Wait up a sec, hon!”

Comic-Con Costumes

Ghostbusters Costumes
A gaggle of Ghostbusters.

Black Cat Costume
Me: “Perfect bored look of complete indifference!” Her: [smirk]

Alice in Wonderland Costume

Final Fantasy Costume
Me: “What are you supposed to be?” Her: “Blah blah blah blah Final Fantasy blah blah. Part four. Blah.”


Comic-Con Costumes

Batman and Joker Costume

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4 comments… add one
  • Paul July 25, 2008, 9:42 am

    I guess it makes sense that Captain America’s shield cost 300 bucks, the rest of the costume looks like shit compared to it.

  • Shithead July 25, 2008, 3:57 pm

    I want the after party pictures of GWS getting some comic con tail. Drama managed it… why can’t you?

  • Chelle Wheaton July 28, 2008, 2:44 pm

    WOW!! I’m so amazed you or really anyone got this picture of me. I’m the lady in blue in picture number 16. I was dressed as Empress Kyrshassa Eloii in the Imperial Chronicles of Parduum, a movie and book that I wrote and am producing and possibly even acting in. And I was there to promote my own film, actually. So, I was up there asking Gerard Butler a question, when he stood up, pointed at me and said “Oh, wow, you look f*cking fine, baby..real fine!” And, THAT is the moment they took this snap…me..in absolute shock…my only thought at that moment was..”Eeek!! Run away, run away!” I didn’t know what to say or do! I nearly forgot my question even! Yikes!! I dunno what I was expecting, but, it certainly wasn’t THAT!!!!

  • Robert Gwinn July 28, 2008, 3:14 pm

    For more information on “the imperial Chronicles of Parduum”, Producer Chelle Wheaton, and other RAMPANT ENTERTAINMENT productions feel free to visit; http://wwwrampantentertainment.com

    Thanks to this site for posting the picture and so many other great snap shots from the event. Looking forward to next year where hopefully we will have a stronger showing at comic-con.

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