C2E2 2018: Some of the best cosplay, from Star Wars to Stranger Things

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Eleven, Steve and Rey cosplayers at C2E2. Image taken by C. Wassenaar.

Eleven, Steve and Rey

Eleven and Rey would probably get along really well, all things considered. After all, they’re two fairly young characters who find that their powers are what make them part of the story. Props to this Rey cosplayer for going for her costume in The Last Jedi and even adding the wounds from the Praetorian Guard fight. As for the Steve in the middle … well, she had a bucket, even though she was missing her bat.

Katara and Chun Li cosplayers from C2E2. Image taken by C. Wassenaar.

Katara and Chun-Li

Anyone who cosplays as a character from Avatar: The Last Airbender deserves some props, because that show is a modern classic. This is a really great take on Katara’s Sapphire Fire guise from the show, and then you add in a Chun-Li beside her. Would you want to take on either in a fight? No?

That’s what I thought.

Harley Quinn and Deadpool cosplayers from C2E2. Image taken by C. Wassenaar.

Harley Quinn and Deadpool

How have DC and Marvel not gotten over themselves in order to put Harley Quinn and Deadpool together in a comic? How ridiculous would that be? More accurately, how awesome would that be?

Aloy and Huntress Wizard cosplayers from C2E2. Image taken by C. Wassenaar.

Aloy and Huntress Wizard

Horizon Zero Dawn might have been slightly overshadowed by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild last year (though you still should have played it, let’s be honest), but that didn’t stop this Aloy cosplayer from representing alongside the Huntress Wizard from Adventure Time. Check out all the little details for both — including a really impressive leaf wig for the Huntress Wizard and an immaculate bow for the Aloy cosplayer.

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