I’m closing out my DragonCon 2009 coverage with my favorite costume photos. Some have been shown here previously, but they bear repeating. To see all of my DragonCon photos, be sure to visit my Flickr page. If you have a favorite costume that I left out, be sure to mention it in the comments. A small handful of these photos were taken by folks other than me. In those cases, I’ve linked to their original photo.
A really great Bumblebee from “Transformers”
These ladies were having a blast in their gender-bender “Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band” costumes. They were totally in character and so were the screaming fans!
Cookie Monster Michael Jackson. Really funny, but is it too soon?
The Convention Vixens return to DragonCon. You can find more on the ConVixens by clicking here.
Star Wars Jedi impaling a Clone Trooper. This was a really neat and creative costume. The lightsaber was connected to the trooper on both sides and was lit up. Impressive, most impressive.
A really good Snake Eyes from “GI Joe”
Is this the future of Marvel Comics now that they’ve been bought by Disney?
The Ghostbusters! This group won the Hall Costume Contest for Best Movie Group. The detail on their costumes is amazing!
The popularity of the new “Star Trek” film inspired quite a few simple, yet effective costumes.
The most in character group at the convention! Tony Stark (from “Iron Man”), his assistant Pepper, and his security guards. Tony was dead-on and never broke character. The security guards actually frisked anyone who wanted their picture with Tony. Pepper was sure to inquire if you had an appointment. Brilliant!
The most creative costume at the convention in my opinion. The two-person AT-AT from “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back”!
With the popularity of the “Blackest Night” comic book this year, there were quite a few different Lantern Corps represented. Here is a member of the Sinestro Corps…
… and here is a member of the Red Lantern Corps.
A really great Supergirl!
The second most creative costume at the convention in my opinion. He perfectly captured Peter Parker’s Spider-Sense tingling from the comics.
An astonishing “Doctor Who” look-a-like. Several people were doing double-takes to ensure it wasn’t really David Tennant.
An impressive Catwoman from the “Batman Returns” film.
Spaceman Spiff from “Calvin & Hobbes”. Notice the stuffed tiger on his shoulder!
“Watchmen” – Thankfully Doctor Manhattan went for the briefs, rather than what was shown in the movie.
Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld
An impressive Silver Surfer from “Fantastic Four 2″
A really well done “Barbarella”
If you’ve never seen “Logan’s Run”, then go rent it right now.
A recreation of the famous picture taken in Times Square at the end of World War II
Really clever way to represent the video game “Mario Cart”
The Harry Potter/Hogwarts bad-girl thing continues to be popular. Understandably.
Remember, the Visitors are our friends.
A really obscure Boba Fett costume from Star Wars. This particular version of the costume was only used in his first appearance in the animated portion of the 1978 televised “Star Wars Holiday Special”. Like I said… really obscure, but also really neat that someone took the time to make this particular variation.
An eight-foot Sasquatch from the Alpha Flight comic book!
A fun Stormtrooper variant in the parade – the Indianapolis Colts Trooper!
And finally Max from “Where the Wild Things Are”. This young lady was having a blast hopping around as Max! She mentioned that lots of people didn’t know what her costume was supposed to be. That surprised me, but I guess they’ll all figure it out next year after the movie comes out.