Before the thrill of this year’s Comic-Con is gone, let’s take a look at one more video, put together by the folks at schadenfreudeind. Funny man Ben Pace interviews several cosplayers and has some good-natured fun.
He makes a good Tony Stark, not bad at all. And Grant Imahara from Mythbusters even makes an appearance. Great stuff!
This is perhaps my favorite story coming out of the recent Comic Con. Bryan Cranston, the star of Breaking Bad, hid among the crowd wearing a mask of himself. Genius! He was able to walk the floor and nobody knew it was really him.
The crowd went wild when he removed the Walter White mask, and revealed the face of… Walter White! Way too funny.
The final episodes of Breaking Bad begin airing soon on AMC. I can’t wait to see how this all ends!
Got some time on your hands, and want to look at hundreds of costumes from Comic-Con? Norman Chan from Tested.com just published a whopping 864 photos of costumes. The sheer number of amazing costumes is rather mind blowing.
I’ve posted just a few pics below, so head on over to Tested to see them all. Great job!
Game of Thrones was a popular costume theme at Comic-Con, unsurprisingly. Just the other day, I posted a very nice homemade Khaleesi costume, and here are several more!
Yahoo put together a nice little gallery of Khaleesi costumes. Follow the link to view them all!
By now you’ve probably heard the awesome news… Batman and Superman are teaming up on the big screen! DC and Warner Bros. announced at Comic Con that a Superman/Batman movie is slated for 2015. Sounds like the two will fight at first, then eventually become super friends. Such good news!
To celebrate, here are a few random photos of people wearing Superman and Batman costumes. I’m sure we’ll see a lot of more cosplay like this, as we get closer to the release date. In the meantime, there are important topics to discuss, such as: Who should play Batman?
Another successful Comic-Con has wrapped up in San Diego. So many excellent costumes, as always. Here’s a two-part video from the funny guys of Mediocre Films, as they interview the lovely lady cosplayers.
Total run time is about 13 minutes, but it’s definitely worth it. Thanks, Guys.
[via Mediocre Films]
Well this is quite the random discovery. A t-shirt company in China has apparently taken an old, popular costume photo from the Internet and printed shirts for sale. It’s the first image on this product page. Ha, are they allowed to do that? You can pick one up for $9.99 + free shipping.
This funny photo of Batman helping Spider-Man over a wall has certainly been around a while. I wonder who the original photographer is? Seriously, I think every website has posted this at one point. If you want to see just how many, Click Here. Crazy, eh?
Thanks to Friendly for the tip.
[via Ali Express]
Wired and Mythbuster’s Adam Savage teamed up yesterday to promote this amazing giant robot. It’ll be wandering around during Comic Con this weekend, and it sounds like fans get a chance to name it.
It took me a while to realize that there’s actually someone inside. It’s a giant costume! Nearly 10 feet tall, so extraordinary.