Baltimore, home of delicious crab cakes and people dressed as super heroes!
Last weekend, comic book fans of all kinds flocked to Baltimore, Maryland for the 2011 Baltimore Comic Con. Attendees dressed up as characters from all manner of comic books, videogames and movies to check out the discussion panels and search for that one rare issue of their favorite series.
Here’s just of the tip of the cosplaying iceberg from Baltimore Comic Con 2011.
Creating the T-742 series of Terminators wasn’t one of Skynet’s best moments.
Batman’s Poison Ivy takes a break from creating killer plants for a few glamour shots.
I’m pretty sure this guy was Zach Braff in disguise and trying to gather support for a Blue Beetle movie.
I’d make a snarky comment, but I’m worried these fellows Mortal Kombat would dismember me in five different ways.
Ever since The Matrix downgraded to Windows Vista, Neo just isn’t up to fighting the machines anymore.
I hear the assassins from Assassin’s Creed are considering forming an A Capella power trio.
Now the story of a wealthy family who lost everything and the one hero from Hyrule who had no choice but to keep them all together. It’s the Legend of Arrested Development.
Thanks a lot, Red Ranger, now the Power Rangers theme song will be stuck in my head for the rest of the day.
Rorschach from Watchmen let himself go a little after giving up his life of vigilantism.
Rumor has it this is how William “Kirk” Shatner usually dresses to collect his residuals check.
Bruce Banner was not happy to find out how much the convention center charges for a bottle of water.
Somehow, I don’t think Imperial Stormtroopers would be a very effective choice for security at a convention.
The Man of Steel’s impressive tan put many convention goers to shame.
Krang and Bebop from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles try to keep busy ever since the Technodrome was repossessed.
This guy was the best Stan Lee impersonator in the whole crowd.
Mr. Freeze was on hand to make sure the air conditioning was working at top efficiency… or else.
One cool thing about being Optimus Prime is you never have to worry about parking.
“What did you do this weekend?” “Oh you know, family stuff, whatever.”
The most adorable X-Wing pilot in the entire Rebel Alliance.
I say, Batman was looking awfully dapper at this convention.