The cosplay at San Diego Comic-Con gets better every year and 2014 was no exception. Would-be fashion designers break out their sewing machines, hot glue guns, or visit a costume store to transform themselves into a bevy of  superheroes, supervillains, and various other characters from TV shows and movies – it’s truly a sight to behold.

The best thing about cosplay is there’s NO LIMIT to what people can and do wear – they’re only limited by their imaginations (and budgets). The amount of source material available for cosplayers to choose from is staggering, and with new costumes being introduced to fans each year, like those from Guardians of the Galaxy, The Avengers 2, and Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice , it seems that cosplay won’t be slowing down anytime soon.

Even though we traversed miles and miles of territory during Comic Con this year and saw some fantastic cosplay, there’s just no way to be in every place at once over the course of four days. However, we did pull together over 100 images that we think you’ll enjoy.

We’ve divided the images into the following categories:

TV Shows

Kato (Green Hornet)

Lana Kane, Doctor Algernop Krieger, Cyril Figgis (Archer)

Jon Snow (Game of Thrones)

Master Shake (Aqua Teen Hunger Force)

Professor Chaos (South Park)

Robot Chicken, Fritz Huhnmörder (Robot Chicken)

Lady Scourge (Face Off)

Rokutaro, Lady Sio, Afro (Afro Samurai)

Walter White, Jesse Pinkman (Breaking Bad)

‘The Walking Dead’ Survivors

‘Witches of East End’ Promoters

Captain Kirk, Captain Picard (Star Trek)

Duffman, Olive Oil, Popeye, Jem

‘Doctor Who’ Scarf Dress

Ichabod Crane (Sleepy Hollow)

Jeannie (I Dream of Jeannie)


Apollo Creed (Rocky)

Celia Mae (Monsters Inc.)

Darth Maul (Star Wars)

Edward Scissorhands

Emmet Brickwoski (The LEGO Movie)

Galadriel, Gandalf the Grey (The Lord of the Rings)


Jawas (Star Wars)

Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg (The Fifth Element)

‘Mad Max’ Warriors


Peabody and Sherman

Rapunzel (Tangled)

Rex Kwon Do (Napoleon Dynamite)

Ron Burgundy (Anchorman)

Sgt. Calhoun (Wreck-It Ralph)

‘Star Wars’ family

Stormtrooper (Star Wars)

Vanellope Von Schweetz (Wreck-It Ralph)

Woody (Toy Story)

Anna, Elsa (Frozen)



‘Assassin’s Creed’

Demo-Man, Medic (Team Fortress)

Lara Croft (Tomb Raider)

Pyramid Head (Silent Hill)

Akuma (Street Fighter)

‘The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’ Warrior

Magical Girl Lux, Ezreal (League of Legends)

Reptile (Mortal Kombat)

Comic Books




The Dark Knight

Black Mask, Harley Quinn

Black Mask

Black Widow, Lady Deadpool


Captain America, Bumblebee

Captain America

Dark Phoenix

Deadpool with his love pillow

The Guardians of the Galaxy

Female Captain America, Anakin Skywalker

Female Lobo

Harley Quinn

Harley Quinn

Harley Quinn, Two-Face


Jessica Rabbit, Harley Quinn

Skull Kid, Jubilee

Killjoy (Cyberforce)

Logan, The Dark Knight

Logan, Rogue

Loki, Captain America


Peggy Carter

Plastic Man

Poison Ivy


Scarlet Witch, Magneto, Polaris

She-Ra, He-Man


Silver Surfer, Thor

Star-Lord, Captain America, The Winter Soldier

Jason Todd a.k.a Red Hood

The Riddler

The Riddler



Thor, Black Widow

Winter Soldier

Venom, Fiona the Human

Wonder Woman

Zatanna, Karai Shredder

The Joker

Anime and Misc.

Bardock (Dragon Ball)

Zabuza (Naruto), Rukia, Ichigo (Bleach)

Princess Mononoke

Daft Punk

Evel Knievel/Elvis/Boba Fett

Green Man with ‘A’ on his head (Ambush Bug?)

Scary Jester

Unicorn, Uncle Sam, Scooby-Doo, Spider-Woman

Scottish Green Lantern


Steampunk Pirate

Steampunk Princess

Tiki Warrior


Did you see some great cosplay outfits at Comic-Con this year? Feel free to share them with us in the comment section.

Remember, Comic-Con 2015 is a mere twelve months away – so get crackin’ on next year’s costume now.

Follow me on Twitter – @MoviePaul – and tell me who I should dress up as next year.