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The Best GAME OF THRONES, DOCTOR WHO, STAR WARS Cosplay at SDCC is in This Video

The Best GAME OF THRONES, DOCTOR WHO, STAR WARS Cosplay at SDCC is in This Video

There are a lot of cool things about Comic-Con in San Diego, but maybe the coolest is the massive amount of creative cosplay going on each and every year. From Star Wars to Marvel, from DC Comics to Doctor Who, fans from all over the world spent hours upon hours bringing their favorite pop culture characters to life in incredible detail to show off at the world’s best and biggest comic convention.

And it’s not just the well known properties that get the cosplay treatment; I saw a cosplay based on obscure properties like the cult classic sci-fi movie Krull, or nearly forgotten cartoons from the ’80s like Silverhawksamong others even less well known—and it’s all amazing. These cosplayers remind you that everything has a hardcore fan out there somewhere.

Now the good folks at SneakyZebra have uploaded a new YouTube video showcasing the cosplay highlights from the 2017 SDCC. There are of course your requisite Jokers and Harley Quinns, your traditional Super Mario Brothers, Marvel heroes galore, and of course this year’s biggest comic book hero, Wonder Woman.

But the best part are always the creative mash-ups, like the Games of Thrones meet Disney “Snow White Walker.” And if you pause around the 1:50 mark, you can even see YouTube comedy star Jenny Lorenzo in her Cuban Abuelita character, making her first visit to Comic-Con.

You can check out the full music video down below:

What do you think of this year’s batch of amazing SDCC cosplay? And is there anything you saw that was amazing that the Sneaky Zebra folks missed out on? Let us know down below in the comments.

Images: Sneaky Zebra

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