Cosplay Appreciation: Even More Scarlet Witch And Quicksilver Before You See Them In ‘Avengers 2’

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05.06.13 7 Comments

Scarlet Witch cosplayed by Hiji-Rou. Photo by Urtin Edel.

Last month Joss Whedon said his first draft of The Avengers 2 includes a “brother-sister act” who were two of his favorite characters from The Avengers comics. We assumed he meant Scarlet Witch And Quicksilver. Then EW reported that was the case. To celebrate, we collected some of our favorite Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver cosplay photos. (Mostly Scarlet Witch because she’s an awesomely popular cosplay choice.)

Now we have our second gallery of Scarlet Witch And Quicksilver cosplayers to highlight the pictures we missed last week.

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Polaris, Scarlet Witch, and Quicksilver cosplayed by One-Sky-One-Destiny, KellyJane, and Henry. Photo by tealpirate.

Cosplayed by TheDerpQueen. [via]

Scarlet Witch and Toad photographed by Carlos Adama. Submitted via the Submitted via the Gamma Squad Flickr Group.

Cosplayed by Demure-Blu.

Cosplay by GeneJoke. Photo by Leonard Jinto. [via]

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Cosplayed by Coconut Jacobs. [via]

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Photo by Random420. Submitted via the Gamma Squad Flickr Group.

Cosplayed by The-Cosplay-Scion. Photo by stillvisions.

Scarlet Witch cosplayed by Kearstin Nicholson. Quicksilver cosplayed by cloudwarrior75.

Cosplayed by Mostflogged. Photo by Leonard Jinto.

Cosplayed by Mostflogged. Photo by Nicole Ciaramella.

Cosplay by Kelldar. Submitted via the Gamma Squad Flickr Group.

Cosplayed by Xneloea. Photo by Newbold Studio.

Photographed by David Ngo (DTJAAAAM)

Cosplay by Tini. Photo by Greyloch. Submitted via the Gamma Squad Flickr Group.

Cosplayed by RukiSilver. Photo by Coldwizard83.

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The Vision cosplayed by Mike Prost. Scarlet Witch cosplayed by Kearstin Nicholson. [via]

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