San Diego Comic-Con 2016 might be over, but cosplay is forever—and as everyone heads home and the show floor is packed up to call time on the latest SDCC, we’ve got one last gallery of the best cosplay we saw on the final day of Comic-Con 2016.
Yesterday was a huge day for Comic-Con—and that meant it was a day for even more incredible Cosplay all over the place. Here’s our favorites from what we saw walking the convention floor on day three.
Guys, it’s only day two of San Diego Comic-Con 2016, and the cosplay is already getting too real. Want more? Here’s our favorite cosplays from day two on the show floor.
He’s traveled in time and space. He’s defended Cardiff from alien threats. He’s shown up all over the worlds of Arrow and Flash. And now, John Barrowman is the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl. Folks, I am out of words to write. What else needs to be said?
Comic-Con is upon us, and it’s not just shiny new trailers and even shinier new toys we get to gawp at, but the amazing efforts of the thousands of cosplayers that descend on the con floor. Here’s some of our favorite cosplay from the first day of the show!
A spacecraft parked in orbit at a distance of one million miles has captured the mother of all timelapse videos—an entire year on Earth. Enjoy.
We now know for certain that Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark are the parents of Jon Snow (well, on the show, at least). YouTube user hurleybird painstakingly collected every single scene and mention of them on the series so far, and assembled them in one moving masterpiece of a supercut.
First came news of the Big Trouble in Little China-Escape From New York crossover comic. Now, more excitement for Jack Burton fanatics: Big Trouble in Little China the Game is coming next year. Not a video game, to be clear. This will be an old-school tabletop game with its own miniatures and room for up to six…
Here’s another 50th-anniversary event to add to the growing list of Star Trek hoopla, and it might be the coolest one yet: a chance to tour the Star Trek: The Original Series set exactly as it appeared in 1966, thanks to the amazingly precise recreation efforts of Trek megafan James Cawley.
You could mistake the above for a new shot of Captain Phasma from the set of Episode VIII, or maybe even an amazing cosplay. The fact that it’s actually a photo of a 6-inch-tall toy makes what is already a remarkable photo somehow even more impressive (most impressive).
No matter what you think of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, you’ll never forget that final moment, when Rey, ready to start her life as a Jedi, finally finds the hiding Luke Skywalker. And now, you can enjoy that moment forever.
Since its publication near the turn of the 20th century, H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds has seen lots of adaptations. One that didn’t happen, however, and we really wish had, was by legendary filmmaker and stop-motion animator Ray Harryhausen. Now we can finally see what Harryhausen had in mind.
The world may be full of bad news, but here’s a glimmer of joy, especially if you’re a fan of Kurt Russell and John Carpenter’s cinematic collaborations. Cult antiheroes Jack Burton and Snake Plissken will meet on the pages of a comic from Boom! Studios, and with the full approval of Carpenter.
When it comes to popular franchises, Game of Thrones and Star Wars are definitely on the top tier. If you’ve ever wondered about a potential crossover between the two, look no further. One talented artist has illustrated a gorgeous series putting some of the biggest names on Game of Thrones into a galaxy far, far away.
Matthew Skiff is a Los Angeles-based artist who, according to Branded in the ‘80s, wondered what it would look like if He-Man and Skeletor were actually pals instead of mortal enemies. That one piece would lead to others, which in turn resulted in a one-man exhibition at Gallery 1988 titled “Best Friends” which is as…
For the past six years, artist Alex Pardee has been revisiting his favorite monster movies. He’d watch them, sketch them, and watercolor them—and the result is this insane poster, featuring 185 different movie monsters all in one place.
Don’t you get a sense that, after the appearance in Captain America: Civil War, fans everywhere are a little more excited about Spider-Man again? I know I am, and if you fall into that category, you’re going to want to take a gander at these super cool new posters
If you’re going through Game of Thrones withdrawal—and aren’t we all—then you need to watch this video immediately.
People toss the word hero around a lot nowadays, so when a real hero steps up, I think it’s important to recognize them. Today, my hero is Anna Kendrick’s brother, who sent his sister a copy of Ryan North and Erica Henderson’s incredibly great Squirrel Girl comic.
The idea of a live-action American remake of the seminal anime movie Akira has always seemed like a disaster in the making to me, and the fact that the movie has languished in various forms of development hell seems to corroborate that idea. But after seeing this concept art of Chris Evans and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in…