The cosplayer talent at Big Wow! 2014 was a sight to behold.
I especially enjoyed the group pictures taken downstairs in the foyer. Bill Watters set the groups up, gave directions, and rotated photographers in and out.
(Bill deserves muchos kudos for giving the cosplayers a great outlet that also considers accessibility for the photographers. I had an amazing time, and Mr. Watters did not discriminate between DSLR holders and point-and-shoots. I recommend it for any professional, budding, or amateur photographers next year!)
That provided for some keen photographs, and I had a great time snapping shots.
The cosplayers at WonderCon were a force to be reckoned with this year, and I had the opportunity to snap a few pictures while I traversed the crowded halls of the Anaheim Convention Center.
Friday was a bit slow, but Saturday brought out hundreds if not thousands of talented cosplayers.
Here are a few pictures of the great cosplay costumes being shown off, and it’s just a small sampling of the great costumes and personalities in attendance.
Kicking it off this gallery is a photo of artist extraordinaire Anthony Castillo who sketched me a Spider-Man.
The first annual Wizard World Sacramento Comic-Con had its share of cosplayers who came ready to show off their skills and characters.
There were plenty of comic-based characters as well as a lot of movie and video game inspired cosplay. There was a good diversity that really impressed the other visitors.
There were a tons — literally — of cosplayers at the Wizard World Portland Comic-Con 2014 in Oregon.
From Harley Quinn to Batman, Sauron to Link, costumed visitors and guests filled the Convention Center with all sorts of creativity, drama, and stage presence.