The Best Cosplay Day Four Of Comic-Con 2013


To conclude our Comic-Con cosplay coverage, we’ve picked our 30 favorite pictures from the last day of the event. There’s a preponderance of Batman characters in this one, including the scene above of Robin proposing marriage to Poison Ivy. We hope they charge the wedding to the Bat-credit card.

Our day one gallery is available here, day two’s pictures are here, and day three’s roundup is here. Special thanks to Hayley Sargent, Howie Muzika, Nathan Rupert, and V Threepio for many of these photos.

Harley Quinn photographed by V Threepio.

The Joker and Poison Ivy photographed by OsCataleptic.

Axe Cops photographed by Christopher Brown.

Meagan Marie as Atomic Wonder Woman photographed by V Threepio.

Pink Twi’lek Jedi (Star Wars) cosplay photographed by Nathan Rupert.

Lyz Brickley as Gaige the Mechromancer (Borderlands 2) photographed by V Threepio.

Nova (Guardians of the Galaxy) photographed by Hayley Sargent.

Photographed by Jamie Bernstein.

Morinth (Mass Effect) and Poison Ivy photographed by Hayley Sargent.

Too late, Deadpool. Photographed by Nathan Rupert.

Kratos (God of War) and Wonder Woman photographed by Heng Ung.

The Goblin and Hobgoblin (Spider-Man) photographed by Rob.

The Dark Knight Retires photographed by OsCataleptic.

Fang (Final Fantasy XIII) photographed by Hayley Sargent.

Elven Rogue (World of Warcraft) photographed by coregeek.

Lady Boba Fett photographed by Andres Stark Comiccon.

Charlie Chaplin photographed by Nathan Rupert.

Catwoman and Harley Quinn photographed by V Threepio.

Goku (Dragon Ball Z) photographed by Rob.

Photographed by Al Pavangkanan.

Photographed by Howie Muzika.

The Evil Queen (Snow White) photographed by Howie Muzika.

Hit-Girl photographed by Howie Muzika.

Power Girl photographed by Howie Muzika.

Steampunk Batman cosplayers photographed by Howie Muzika.

Bioshock Infinite cosplayers photographed by Hayley Sargent.

Dr. Strange photographed by Hayley Sargent.

Edward Scissorhands photographed by Heng Ung.

This is the hero Comic-Con deserves. Photographed by Christopher Brown.